Tragedy in New Zealand as jockey, 28, dies after being trampled by a horse as tributes pour in for ‘well-liked’ and ‘great younger man’
- A jockey has tragically died after being trampled by a horse in New Zealand
- Taiki Yanagida, 28, fell from his horse and was trampled on by one other horse
- He suffered critical mind and spinal accidents and later died in hospital
- His supervisor paid tribute to the ‘well-liked’ and ‘great younger man’
A jockey has tragically died after being trampled by a horse throughout a race on the Cambridge Jockey Membership in New Zealand.
Taiki Yanagida, 28, misplaced his helmet when he fell from his horse, Te Atatu Pash, and was trampled by one other horse, leading to critical accidents to his mind and backbone, the NZ Herald experiences.
He was taken to Waikato Hospital and was finally positioned in an induced coma. The jockey succumbed to his accidents and handed away on Tuesday.
A jockey has tragically misplaced his life after being trampled on by a horse throughout a race
In response to TMZ Sports activities, Yanagida is the primary jockey to die after falling in a race in New Zealand since 2016.
The 28-year-old moved to Australia from Japan as an 18-year-old in pursuit of his dream of changing into knowledgeable jockey, then later moved to New Zealand.
His supervisor, Ted McLachlan, stated the jockey was well-liked within the horse racing neighborhood.
‘He was such an exquisite younger man,’ McLachlan advised the NZ Herald.
Taiki Yanagida, 28, died in hospital as a result of critical mind and spinal accidents and his supervisor paid tribute to the ‘well-liked’ jockey, described as ‘an exquisite younger man’
‘It truly is a tragedy and so laborious to look at what his mom and sister right here have needed to undergo. This may actually damage the opposite individuals within the business as a result of Taiki was so well-liked.’
New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing CEO, Bruce Sharrock, stated: ‘Our deepest sympathies are with Taiki’s household – his mom Kayano, sisters Chiaki and Ayano, and his grandmother.
‘We share their grief on the lack of such a gifted, pleasant, and well-liked younger man.’