Jockey Kendrick Carmouche is slated to return to racing next Monday, September 6th at Parx Racing. The jockey has not ridden since Belmont Stakes day on June 5th when he was injured in the final race, breaking his ankle and then undergoing surgery. The jockey was unseated from KENTUCKY PHAROH shortly after the strat of the races and his ankle was stepped on by another horse.
Carmouche's agent, Kevin Busber told DRF, "He probably could have come back and ridden the final couple of days at Saratoga, but the book was already out and we didn't know exactly when he'd be able to return, and Kendrick didn't to come back here just to come back. He'll ride Monday through Wednesday each of the next two weeks at Parx and be ready to return when Belmont reopens the following Thursday."
While not riding in any races, Carmouche did return to Saratoga to work horses in the mornings.
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