Tylicki remains in stable condition
Freddie Tylicki remains in a stable condition following his fall at Kempton Park on Monday.
Freddie Tylicki remains in a stable condition
Tylicki was unshipped from his mount in the Breeders Backing Racing EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes, along with fellow riders Jim Crowley, Ted Durcan and Steve Drowne.
While the latter trio walked away from the incident relatively unscathed – Crowley escaped with a broken nose – Tylicki remained in hospital in Tooting with suspected spinal injuries.
The Injured Jockeys Fund released a statement about Tylicki's current condition on their Facebook page on Tuesday lunchtime.
It read: "After his fall at Kempton Park Racecourse yesterday, Freddie Tylicki remains in a stable condition in intensive care at St Georges Hospital, Tooting.
"He will undergo further assessment today and there will be another update tomorrow once this has happened.
"His sister Madeleine and mother Irene are enormously grateful for the support he is receiving and all the good wishes."
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