Even for seasoned riders such as John Mok accidents could happen, the coroner said. Photo: SCMP

Coroner urges Hong Kong Jockey Club to provide off-season ambulance at stables after ruling death of rider John Mok during training an accident

  • Mok, 39, died of traumatic brain injuries after falling backwards and hitting his head on the ground after his horse became unsettled
  • Coroner says ‘relatively likely’ rider’s mount was startled by sudden reaction of another horse on sideline
Topic |   Hong Kong courts

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Even for seasoned riders such as John Mok accidents could happen, the coroner said. Photo: SCMP
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