Wolverhampton races: Three jockeys hurt in accident

Richard Kingscote
Richard Kingscote won the Dubai Cornwallis Stakes on Royal Razalma at Newmarket in October

One horse has died and three jockeys have been injured in a race under the floodlights at Wolverhampton.

Richard Kingscote is undergoing treatment in hospital for arm and rib injuries after Thursday's accident.

Former champion jockey Paul Hanagan has a suspected broken collarbone and Freddy Tylicki a possible broken nose.

The David Nicholls-trained Fitz Flyer, whose fall as it rounded the home turn in the claiming stakes caused the incident, suffered a fatal injury.

Wolverhampton's clerk of the course, Fergus Cameron, said that jockey Kingscote was the most seriously hurt.

Cameron said: "He has been referred to New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton. He's been taken by ambulance."