LEADING jockey Pat Smullen has died, aged 43.
The nine-time Irish champion rider handed away in hospital in Dublin on Tuesday night.
He was recognized with pancreatic most cancers in March 2018, forcing him to retire from the saddle.
Smullen rode for a number of main yards however shaped a very formidable partnership all through his profession with Dermot Weld.
He gained a number of Group 1 races all over the world, together with the 2016 Derby at Epsom aboard Harzand.
He’s survived by his spouse Frances and three kids.
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