Barbadian jockey dies at Woodbine
BARBADIAN JOCKEY DARREN FORTUNE died doing what he loved doing most.
The 43-year old former Wesley Hall and Alexandra schoolboy succumbed to his injuries after he fell off of a horse that had collided with another at Toronto’s Woodbine Racetrack, yesterday.
He had been living in Canada for about 20 years where he worked as an exercise rider.
According to reports, Toronto police were called after the collision and Fortune was taken to the Etobicoke General Hospital, where he died. (TG)
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