“avoidable accident” states Sports Analyst in Freddie Tylicki case

Freddie Tylicki hearing - Sports Analyst gives evidence that this was an “avoidable accident”.

“avoidable accident” states Sports Analyst in Freddie Tylicki case Freddie Tylicki hearing – Sports Analyst gives evidence that this was an “avoidable accident”. Sky sports analyst, Jim McGrath, has given evidence in the trial of Freddy Tylicki who is suing Graham Gibbons for £6m in respect of life changing injuries sustained at the 2016 Kempton Race. McGrath stated that the fall that led to Tylicki becoming paralysed “could easily have been avoided” and said that the stewards on the day should have found Gibbons guilty of dangerous riding for “riding…

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Jockey missing, presumed dead after late night swim

Irish Jockeys Face Five Year Ban

Jockey missing, presumed dead after late night swim 26 year old Jockey, Chris Caserta, missing presumed dead after a late night swim Jockey, Chris Caserta, is feared dead after taking a late night swim with trackwork rider, Amy Graham on Wednesday 1st December off Surfers Paradise Beach in Queensland, Australia. The two went for a swim in the sea just after 10pm and were spotted by members of the public who noticed that they were “struggling in the water”. They were able to assist Miss Graham to safety, but Caserta…

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The Different Equine Myopathies and Making the Most of Nutrition

equine myopathies

The Different Equine Myopathies and Making the Most of Nutrition In this article we take a closer look at the different equine myopathies Recurrent Exertional Rhabdomyolysis, Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy and Myofibrillar Myopathy alongside the role nutrition can play in the management of each. Provided by Kentucky Equine Research the exclusive nutrition partner to Saracen Horse Feeds Muscle pain and impaired performance that occurs during or after exercise is known as exertional myopathy and more commonly as tying-up. In the context of athletic horses, any myopathy has the potential to derail performance,…

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Writtle University College Award Honorary Degrees to Equestrian Stars

Khadijah Mellah, Justine Harrison, and Ros Canter - WUC Honorary graduates

Writtle University College Award Honorary Degrees to Equestrian Stars Writtle University College award honorary degrees to three outstanding members of the equestrian sector, as their 2021 graduation ceremony got underway. On October 29th, Ros Canter, Justine Harrison and Khadijah Mellah attended Writtle’s first in-person graduation ceremony since 2019. The event, held at Chelmsford’s historic Cathedral, celebrated both the success of the classes of 2020 and 2021 and highlighted Ros, Justine and Khadijah’s impressive achievements. WUC’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tim Middleton, explained: We were delighted to confer honorary awards as part of…

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