The jockey Stefano Cherchi died at the age of 23 after fifteen days of agony: he was a promise of horse racing

The jockey Stefano Cherchi died at the age of 23 after fifteen days of agony: he was a promise of horse racing
The jockey Stefano Cherchi died at the age of 23 after fifteen days of agony: he was a promise of horse racing

Mourning in the world of Italian horse racing and not only for the death of the Sardinian jockey Stefano Cherchi. Cherchi, from Sassarese, originally from Mores, 23 years old, was hospitalized in the…

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Mourning in the world ofhorse racing Italian and not only for the death of horse rider Sardinian Stefano Cherchi. Cherchi, from Sassarese, originally from Mores, 23 years old, was hospitalized in the intensive care unit of the hospital in Canberra, Australia, where he arrived last March 20 following a accident suffered during a race at the Thoroughbred Park racecourse: while he was leading on Hasime, Stefano Cherchi was the victim of a terrible fall, suffering serious head injuries.

Two weeks of hope

After two weeks of hospitalization in serious conditions, the emerging star of international horse racing died at 12.30pm Australian on Wednesday 3 April. This was announced on X as the NSW Jockeys Association supports NSW jockeys and apprentices. The news is reported by the Australian media.

Who was Stefano Cerchi

Considered a true talent, Stefano Cherchi moved to Newmarket, England, when he was just 16 years old. Raised under the aegis of the thoroughbred trainer Marco Botti, Oltremanica had achieved 106 victories and a wealth of acclaim and popularity, also thanks to his splendid character and his cheerfulness, as also demonstrated by the extraordinary wave of affection and solidarity that in these very difficult days it overwhelmed the family, well known and highly esteemed on the island. Having moved to Australia a few months ago, he had already achieved two successes and several important placings here too.

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