Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania has finally left hospital.
He told us he'd fractured a vertebrae in his neck and has not been told when he can ride again.
Ryan Mania will be released from hospital this afternoon after an MRI on his back and neck revealed just minor injuries.
The Grand National winner was propelled to stardom after his victory at Aintree on Saturday, but came crashing back down to earth at Hexham 24 hours later.
Mania was kicked in the back after falling from Smith's Stagecoach Jasper at the fourth flight of the St John Lee Handicap Hurdle and was airlifted to Newcastle Hospital.
He spent two nights in hospital but no serious damage has been found and he hopes to return to the saddle within weeks.
In a statement Mania's agent, Bruce Jeffrey, said:
Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania has expressed his delight at being released from hospital today.
A homecoming parade in his hometown of Galashiels in the Scottish Borders is scheduled for 7pm tonight.
A homecoming parade for Grand National winner Ryan Mania is set to take place in his home town once he is released from hospital in Newcastle.
The jockey is currently in hospital after being injured in a fall during a race at Hexham, Northumberland, on Sunday.
The event in Galashiels, in the Scottish Borders, is expected to take place on Tuesday night and will start with a reception at a restaurant.
Mania will then embark on a parade through the town to greet residents.
The 23-year-old won Saturday's Grand National at Aintree on Auroras Encore.
However, after a heavy fall at Hexham, he was taken by air ambulance to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
A Newcastle Hospitals NHS Trust spokesman said he was comfortable and had undergone an MRI scan but there was no news about when he would be allowed to go home.
Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania is still waiting for a scan following a fall at Hexham racecourse. The 23 year old was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary with back injuries just 24 hours after the biggest win of his career.
The jockey who won the Grand National is hoping to be released from hospital in Newcastle later. Ryan Mania was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary on Sunday after falling from a horse in Hexham. A celebration is planned in his hometown, Galashiels.
Ryan Mania is to remain in hospital after falling from his horse at Hexham racecourse in Northumberland.
The Grand National winning jockey is being treated in hospital in Newcastle following the accident on Sunday April 7th.
His condition is comfortable.
The Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania is in a 'comfortable' condition after falling from a horse the day after celebrating the biggest win of his career.
The 23-year-old was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastleafter falling during a race in Hexham in Northumberland on Sunday April 8th.
He suffered neck and back injuries after falling from his gelding, Stagecoach Jasper, at the St John Lee Handicap Hurdle, his first race since riding Auroras Encore to victory at Aintree the day before.