Jamie Moore loses his trousers after falling off Casse Tete at Ascot

Jockey loses his horse… and his trousers! Rider left red-faced after falling during race at Ascot

  • Jockey Jamie Moore had an afternoon to forget at Ascot Racecourse on Friday
  • National Hunt rider fell off Casse Tete and lost his trousers in fourth race on card
  • The gelding, trained by Moore’s father Gary, unseated Moore at seventh fence 

Jockey Jamie Moore had an afternoon to forget at Ascot Racecourse on Friday.

The National Hunt rider, who rode Baron Alco to victory in the BetVictor Gold Cup Handicap Chase at Cheltenham last Saturday, fell off Casse Tete and lost his trousers in the Waitrose & Partners Handicap Chase.

The gelding, trained by Moore’s father Gary, unseated Moore at the seventh fence at the Berkshire track. 

Jockey Jamie Moore had an afternoon to forget at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire on Friday

Moore, dressed in white and green silks, was pictured in his underwear after trousers fell down

National Hunt rider fell off Casse Tete and lost his trousers in the fourth race on the card 


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Moore, dressed in white and green silks, was pictured in his underwear after his trousers fell down. 

Moore appeared to see the funny side as he was seen smiling as he pulled up his trousers on the course.

The Robert Walford-trained Mr Medic, in the hands of James Best, won the two mile, five furlong race.

The gelding, trained by Moore’s father Gary, unseated Moore at the seventh fence of the race

Moore appeared to see the funny side as he was seen smiling as he pulled up his trousers

Moore had two other rides on the card on Friday with his best-placed finish coming in the final race. 

Moore, again riding for his father, finished third on Distingo in the Coutts Handicap Hurdle.

He will be back at Ascot on Saturday where he will ride Benatar in the Christy 1965 Chase. 


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