South Australian apprentice jockey Chelsey Reynolds has been flown to Flinders Medical Centre after an incident at trackwork on Tuesday morning.
The 28-year-old had been working on an uphill sand gallop on the Fleurieu Peninsula when the incident occurred.
Racing SA has confirmed it is providing support to Reynolds’ family and will provide a further update on her condition “as soon as we are able”.
Reynolds, who is indentured to Wayne Francis and Glen Kent and has seven winners from 52 rides, tasted success in her very first race, saluting on The Great Baby at Balaklava on July 30 last year.
Her last winner was on Pool Pony at Murray Bridge on December 10.
MORE TO COME.
Originally published as SA apprentice flown to hospital after trackwork incident