Racing was delayed by 45 minutes after Rawlinson – riding Michael Attwater’s Diligent Lady – and George Buckell, who was partnering Centurion Song for Brian Meehan, were both initially treated on the course.
The incident happened as the field approached the two-furlong pole when Diligent Lady fell and brought down Centurion Song.
Clerk of the course Sophie Candy reported both jockeys were “conscious and talking” after their falls.
She said: “They are both being taken to hospital for further assessment. They were both conscious and talking.”
Our thoughts go to the connections of Diligent Lady after a terrible fall at @WindsorRaces and best wishes to jockeys @Alirawlinson and our own <a href="https://twitter.com/GeorgeBuckell?refsrc=twsrc%5Etfw">@GeorgeBuckell. Centurion Song has been fortunate enough to walk away with a few scratches and is on his way home.— Brian Meehan Limited (@brianmeehanltd) June 7, 2021
Rawlinson was treated for longest at the track, before being moved.
Candy added: “He will be taken to hospital to look at his injuries – but he was conscious, talking. He is being taken by ambulance.”
The five-furlong feature race on the evening card was won by John Spearing’s 2-1 favourite A Sure Welcome, ridden by Ryan Tate.
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