Tributes flow for Carly-Mae Pye as she fights for life

THE partner of critically-injured Rockhampton jockey Carly-Mae Pye has taken to Facebook to plead for her to wake up.

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Trainer Tim Cook changed his Facebook profile image this morning to show Carly-Mae on a horse, under the title 'Champion'.

"This is our baby darling please wake up," he wrote beneath.

Friends and loved-ones have offered support on the page, describing Carly-Mae as "a bloody strong chick".
 

Tim Cook with partner Carly-Mae Pye
Tim Cook with partner Carly-Mae Pye

Rockhampton Morning Bulletin readers have also been quick to offer support and strength to the pair.
 

Leanne Price: Come on girl you can do it. It's now another race of another kind to run and you're a winner. Get well soon love . Thinking of everyone concerned xx
 

Cherie Doolie: Horse broke both front legs possibly causing fall or in the fall - trainers on finish line saw this - Carly is a very strong balanced competent rider this wasn't rider error is more devastating to happen to her in just a jump out training day.
 

Kumar Prince: Carly mae you are a fighter mate... I hope you get well soon. .. prayers are with you
 

 

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