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20 Apr 22 16:10
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Jockey Josh Moore is in critical care at Aintree University Hospital after complications from a chest infection.

Moore had undergone successful surgery on a broken femur following his fall from Gleno at the sixth fence in the veterans' chase at Haydock on Saturday.

The Injured Jockeys Fund provided an update on Moore on Wednesday, which read: "Following his fall at Haydock on Saturday, jockey Josh Moore is in critical care at Aintree University Hospital.

"After successful surgery to his femur, his recovery has been made complicated by a serious chest infection which has required him to stay sedated on the ventilator and has delayed definitive treatment of his injuries.

"The specialist medical team are working hard to treat Josh, and his family remain by his bedside.”

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By:
second again
When: 20 Apr 22 16:15
He is young fit and strong ,I hope that they are reasons he will make a full and quick recovery.
By:
pablo-fanque
When: 20 Apr 22 16:25
damn , i hope it all goes well for him
By:
tyred
When: 20 Apr 22 16:44
terrible news with the chest infection, jump jockeys risk enough every day with chances of serious injury and to get an infection while being treated is awful,

hope he makes a complete recovery soon.
By:
barstool
When: 20 Apr 22 16:57
He had not been back long from another injury which required an operatiom. Terible luck with injuries in the past.  Hope all gets sorted out soon for him.

Hospitals are the worst place to be sometimes regards to picking up infections, for all of their efforts in combatting them.
By:
stratfordman
When: 20 Apr 22 21:46
Fingers crossed for the lad, as already been said young, fit & strong.
By:
layingisthewayforward
When: 20 Apr 22 21:57
Aye, fingers crossed.
By:
penzance
When: 20 Apr 22 22:19
let's hope so.
By:
smirnoff2therescue
When: 20 Apr 22 22:24
needs a new career path if coming thru this


So so many injuries and surely used up all his cats lives by now SadSadSad

Hope he bounces back stronger than eva but all these injuries mount up/tekk their toll in the end PlainPlainPlain
By:
impossible123
When: 21 Apr 22 08:21
I hope he pulls through too. His family is more important than a career as a jockey given the injuries he seems to sustain every so often. Get through this, and have a break. And, leave the horse riding to someone else. Good luck Mr Joshua Moore!
By:
Trident
When: 21 Apr 22 09:34
Moores are strong. Hope he pulls through
By:
Wesdag
When: 21 Apr 22 14:25
Jump jockeys must be the brave & toughest people in sport.
By:
Wesdag
When: 21 Apr 22 14:25
*bravest
By:
11kv
When: 02 May 22 12:43
Anyone got an update please...
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