Pictured Above: A scholarship has been established in the memory of Minnesota farrier Kyle Anderson, who passed away Oct. 31 in a car crash.

By American Farriers Journal Staff

The Duggan family is raising money to establish a scholarship to honor the memory of a farrier instructor who recently passed away.

“The Kyle Ronald Anderson Memorial Farrier Scholarship is a fund set up to honor Kyle’s life and legacy involved with the learning and teaching of all things equine,” according to a statement on the YouCaring website that’s attributed to Richard, Nancy, Hedda and Robert Duggan. “The scholarship of $500 will be awarded by application once a year to a qualifying farrier student attending the [Minnesota] School of Horseshoeing.”

Anderson, a farrier and an instructor at the Minnesota School of Horseshoeing, passed away Oct. 31 after a head-on collision.

“His penchant for always wanting to learn and know more about nature and the outdoors will be missed by all who knew him,” according to the Duggan family statement. “Please help us to keep Kyle’s memory and legacy in our hearts and thoughts for years to come by donating generously.”

The crowdfunding site has raised $420 of its $10,000 goal after only a week.

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