Former jockey Allan Mackay is in intensive care following a fall on the gallops at Newmarket on Saturday.
Mackay, who is father to former jockey Jamie and current rider Nicky, retired from the saddle in 2006 after 30 years.
He was last seen on the racecourse when he rode File And Paint in the 2012 Leger Legends race at Doncaster.
The 'Injured Jockeys Fund' have released the following statement: "Former jockey Allan Mackay suffered a fall on the Newmarket gallops on Saturday morning and was airlifted to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. He is in intensive care and currently under sedation."
"The extent of his injuries is not yet known and there is unlikely to be a further update until later this week."
An 18-year-old man has been released on bail after being arrested for an alleged rape of a teenager in Newmarket.
It happened in the early hours of 26 March at Fred Archer Way between Wellington Street and Exeter Road - known locally as the Yellow Brick Road.
Police were contacted after a girl in her late teens reported that she been walking in the area, when she was approached by a man who then raped her.
Officers believe the pair knew each other. They say enquiries are ongoing.
The man is due to return to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre on 27 June.
The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Newmarket racecourse later.
She will be unveiling a statue of King Charles II, who spearheaded the development of the town, at the Rowley Mile.
She will also be meeting with students at Newmarket Academy who are involved in a literary scheme aimed at encouraging reading.
She will then watch the dress rehearsals for the upcoming school production, 'Honk.'
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested following the attempted robbery of an elderly woman in Newmarket.
The incident took place at around 7.10pm yesterday evening, (Wednesday), in Exeter Road.
The 77-year-old victim was walking along the road when she was grabbed by another woman and knocked to the floor, near to the junction with Rayes Lane.
The suspect then tried to steal the victim’s bag before passers-by intervened.
The pensioner suffered some minor cuts and bruising and was taken to hospital for treatment.
A cyclist has died after a road crash on the outskirts of Newmarket last week.
The 25-year-old collided with a DAF lorry on the A142 at Fordham Road on 26 January.
He suffered a serious head injury and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, where he died.
Emergency services are currently at the scene of a serious collision in Newmarket.
It follows a collision between a lorry and cyclist on the A142 Fordham Road.
The cyclist has suffered a serious head injury and been taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
The A142 is closed to the north of the Newmarket, between Windmill Hill and the junction with Snailwell Road and Landwade Road, known locally as ‘Turners roundabout’.
There are delays back to the A14 and motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible.
Two robbers - one brandishing a crowbar - burst into a bookmakers in Suffolk and demanded keys to the slot machines.
A worker was pushed to the floor during the theft at All Saints Road in Newmarket on Wednesday, January 11, at about 6.30pm.
After emptying coins from the slot machines, the men then demanded the safe was opened although it is not clear if anything was taken.
Both robbers had their faces covered, one with a balaclava and one with what is thought to have been a ski mask. Police are appealing for witnesses.
There's been a call for steps to be taken to ensure regional specialities like Fenland celery and Newmarket sausages to remainl protected after Britain leaves the European Union.
At the moment more than seventy products are covered by EU rules but it's not yet clear what will happen to that protection after Brexit.
Food industry representatives say resources need to be made available now to ensure there's a scheme ready to replace the EU system when necessary
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The Newmarket jockey who was left paralysed from the waist down following a fall has been released from hospital.
Freddy Tylicki sustained serious spinal injuries following a fall at Kempton back in October and was in intensive care until the middle of last month.
However, he has now been deemed well enough to leave hospital and continue his rehabilitation at a spinal centre in Middlesex over Christmas.
Taking to Twitter today, Tylicki said that he had been waiting for this day for a "long time".