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Peder Fredricson released from hospital following fall during LGCT of Stockholm

Thursday, 22 June 2023

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ. Peder Fredricson. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

Former world no. one Peder Fredricson has been released from hospital following a fall with his horse H&M Que Sera. The fall occurred last Sunday, during the warm-up for a 7-year-old class at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Stockholm.

A statement from Peder Fredricson reads:

“It was during the warm up on Sunday my 7y/o horse H&M Que Sera took of too early on a fence and had a fall. Luckily, H&M Que Sera came out without any injuries. I was quickly taken care of and taken to Karolinska University Hospital, where I was held for care and observation from Sunday until Tuesday.

Examinations showed that nothing was broken but that there were bleedings and damage on the blood vessels in the neck. Yesterday, Tuesday, I got to leave the hospital and during the circumstances I feel fine. 

I want to take this opportunity to express my deep gratitude for all the support and care I have received in the last few days, from fans, friends and colleagues. I also want to thank the healthcare staff who have been absolutely fantastic.”

Fredricson was supposed to jump on the Swedish team at CHIO Aachen next week, but has now been forced to take a break to recover. 

At World of Showjumping, we wish Peder a smooth and quick recovery!

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