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Jockey critical after falling from horse at race track

UPDATE 8PM: A Queensland Health spokeswoman said Carly-Mae Pye remains in a critical position.

4PM: RACING Queensland CEO Darren Condon says the thoughts of the racing community are with renowned Rockhampton jockey Carly-Mae Pye and her family.

Ms Pye is in a critical condition at the Rockhampton Hospital following a fall during barrier trials at Callaghan Park this morning.

Paramedics provided treatment on track before transporting her to hospital where she is in the Intensive Care Unit.

Counselling has been offered to those who witnessed the incident.

2.20PM: THE woman injured in an incident at Callaghan Park this morning is jockey Carly-Mae Pye.

According to a Queensland Health spokeswoman, the 26-year-old remains in a critical condition.

EARLIER: A FEMALE in her mid-20s has been transported to the Rockhampton Hospital after falling from a horse at Callaghan Park this morning.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said paramedics were called to the scene at 11.24am.

She said the woman has possible head and chest injuries.

She was transported in a critical condition.

Topics:  ambulance callaghan park horse race track



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