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Freddy Tylicki left paralysed after Kempton fall

After his fall at Kempton Park Racecourse, Freddy Tylicki was transferred to St George’s Hospital in London, where he has since undergone surgery to his spine. ...His surgical team have confirmed that Freddy has a T7 paralysis, which means he ...

Freddy Tylicki in intensive care but Jim Crowley discharged after Kempton fall

Jockey Freddy Tylicki remains in intensive care after a fall at Kempton involving four horses and riders including champion jockey Jim Crowley, who was also injured during the same incident. Crowley has since been discharged from hospital suffering a broken ...

'Ride of a Lifetime' raises £19K

A chance to ride around the Aintree Grand National course alongside Long Run riden by owner and regular partner Sam Waley-Cohen raised £19,000 by a very generous telephone bid at the recent Countryside Family Day at Aintree. We are extremely ...

The Ride of Your Life with Sam Waley-Cohen

Your chance to win is a once in a life time experience, never to be repeated, to ride round the famous Grand National Course (missing the fences!) in the company of Sam Waley-Cohen on the first day of the 2017 ...

Henry Brooke making good progress

Jockey Henry Brooke has been brought out of an induced coma following a fall at a Hexham racecourse on Saturday.He's had a much more comfortable day and has regained consciousness which is fantastic news and doctors are pleased with his ...

The Sporting Mind

The Sporting Mind evening hosted by Clare Balding with Sir AP McCoy OBE and Victoria Pendleton CBE proved a great hit with all who attended. In her inimitable style Clare Baldingandnbsp;encouraged both guests to reveal many aspects of what ...


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