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Aussie Olympic equestrian medallist determined to ride at Paris 2024 after breaking bones in horror fall from horse

An Australian Olympic equestrian medallist has vowed to get back on the horse for the Olympic Games in Paris after a horror fall left him in the ICU.

Australian three-time Olympic equestrian medallist Shane Rose has vowed to get back on his horse after a horror fall from the saddle during training left him in intensive care with multiple broken bones.

Rose, 50, woke up with no memory of the accident after having qualified for his fourth Olympic Games.

Falling on March 14, Rose suffered a broken femur, fractures to his pelvis, broken ribs, a broken elbow and a severe concussion.

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Article written by: Laurence Karacsony

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