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The fundraising page set up for injured Newmarket jockey Freddy Tylicki has now raised more than £250,000.
The 30-year-old has been told by doctors that his lower body is paralysed after a fall in Kempton last week. Tylicki remains in intensive care in a stable condition.
The GoFundMe page was set up by television presenter Matt Chapman.
A fundraising page set up for Newmarket jockey Freddy Tylicki has raised over £125,000 in just over 24 hours.
Tylicki has been told by doctors his lower body is paralysed after he sustained spinal injuries in a fall at Kempton on Monday.<
The page was set up by At The Races TV presenter Matt Chapman and the response from within racing has been phenomenal.
With Sky Bet, BetVictor, Coral/Ladbrokes and William Hill all promising a further £10,000 donation each, the total is set to rise further still.
Racing figures such as Tylicki's former boss Richard Fahey, Luca Cumani, Sheikh Fahad Al Thani and champion jockey Jim Crowley, who was also involved in the Kempton incident but escaped with a broken nose, have all donated.
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