Freddy Tylicki ‘stable’ in hospital after Kempton fall
Freddy Tylicki: remains in a stable condition at St George's Hospital
PICTURE: Getty Images Tylicki remains 'stable'
in hospital after fall By Keith Melrose 6:00PM 2 NOV 2016
JOCKEY Freddy Tylicki remains in a stable condition in St George's hospital in Tooting, London after he was involved in a four-horse pile-up when riding at Kempton on Monday.
In a statement released by the Injured Jockeys Fund on Wednesday evening, Tylicki's family thanked the numerous wellwishers and support the rider had received since the fall.
Lisa Hancock, CEO of the IJF, said: "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."
'Awake and chatty'
Tylicki, who secured his first Group 1 wins earlier this year on Speedy Boarding, has been undergoing tests at the hospital since he was admitted on Monday.
He had been described as being "awake and chatty" on Tuesday after he was visited by fellow jockey Martin Lane, who had spent a few hours with him in hospital.
Tylicki and champion jockey Jim Crowley had been taken to hospital and racing was abandoned after the incident on Monday, which also involved riders Steve Drowne and Ted Durcan.
Crowley was released with just a broken nose while Durcan, who walked away from the fall and did not go to hospital, was later found to have broken his ankle.
Tags: Frederik Tylicki | KEMPTON (A.W)
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