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Harley has bad Lingfield fall

Jockey Martin Harley was taken to hospital for "precautionary checks" after he suffered a nasty-looking fall at Lingfield.

Harley was unshipped from Red Art when the partnership attempted to make a winning move in the Ladbrokes Mobile Handicap over seven furlongs.

Lingfield clerk of the course Neil Mackenzie Ross said the Group One-winning rider was conscious when he was taken into an ambulance.

Tony Newcombe's five-year-old clipped heels after he was pinched for room by the winner, Presumido and the runner-up, Alnoomaas, inside the final 200 yards.

Mackenzie Ross said: "All I can tell you is that he's conscious and he's moving. He's going to hospital for precautionary checks. There's going to be a significant delay as we await a replacement ambulance."