Freddy Tylicki in stable condition
Jockey Freddy Tylicki remained in a stable condition in hospital on Wednesday following his fall at Kempton on Monday.
Tylicki: In a stable condition
The Group One-winning rider was involved in a four-horse pile-up along with newly-crowned champion jockey Jim Crowley, Ted Durcan and Steve Drowne.
Durcan and Drowne walked away from the incident, although the former suffered a broken ankle, but Tylicki and Crowley were taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting with suspected spinal injuries.
Crowley was later released having escaped with just a broken nose.
Lisa Hancock, CEO of the Injured Jockeys Fund, said in a statement: "Freddy remains in a stable condition. There will be no further update today from either Freddy's family or the staff at St George's Hospital although one may follow later this week.
"Freddy's family are very thankful for the support and best wishes that they continue to receive and appreciate the chance for some privacy at this time."
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