Tim Jarvis hurt trying to halt loose horse at Goodwood

Kieren Fallon riding Hoof at Goodwood
Image caption Kieren Fallon was forced to jump off the horse Multi Blessing when its saddle slipped

A man has been injured trying to halt a loose horse at Glorious Goodwood races in West Sussex.

Tim Jarvis, the son of horse trainer Alan Jarvis, was hurt attempting to control the horse Multi Blessing at the Chichester racecourse.

A spokeswoman for Goodwood said he was struck by the horse after its saddle slipped and rider Kieren Fallon had to jump off.

Mr Jarvis was taken to St Richards Hospital Chichester with chest pains.

The Goodwood spokeswoman said the the ex-jump jockey was conscious and described his condition as "ok".

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