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Update On Injured Jockeys Lopez, Gallardo

Jockeys Paco Lopez and Antonio Gallardo could be released later today from Memorial Regional Hospital after being involved in a spill during Saturday’s last race at Gulfstream Park.


Lopez, Gulfstream’s third-leading rider this year and leading rider last year, suffered a broken collarbone in the spill that occurred at the top of the stretch in a 7 ½ furlong turf event. Gallardo is sore from the spill but has no broken bones. A third jockey involved in the spill, Luis Jurado, walked away from the spill.


The rider’s three horses were not injured.

 

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