Grade One-winning jockey Matt Griffiths is in a “steady however essential” situation following a deadly automotive accident on Sunday.
Griffiths was travelling alongside a street close to Exford, a village on Exmoor, when the crash occurred.
He was taken to a hospital in Bristol for therapy.
An announcement launched by the Injured Jockeys’ Fund on Monday night learn: “There was a deadly automotive accident yesterday close to Exford on Exmoor.
“Nationwide Hunt jockey Matt Griffiths was concerned on this and, having been taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol, is now in a steady however essential situation.
“His household have requested for privateness at this troublesome time.”
Griffiths partnered Dashel Drasher to success within the Grade One Ascot Chase in February for coach Jeremy Scott, who has been his greatest supporter.
It was the fruits of a three-race successful streak at Ascot for the pair, who beat Grasp Tommytucker by two lengths.