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Teenage jockey killed in tragic accident named as leading Irish trainer’s son

Jack de Bromhead died after a pony race at Kerry Glenbeigh Racing Festival.

Racing mourns the death of Henry de Bromhead’s son.

Jack de Bromhead died after a pony race at the Glenbeigh Racing Festival in Kerry on Saturday.

Teenage jockey killed in tragic accident named as leading Irish trainer's son
The young rider was pronounced dead after a “freak accident.”

The jockey may have fallen off as the horse turned near the water.

A Garda spokesman said: “Garda and emergency services responded to Rossbeigh Beach, Co. Kerry, at 5.20 pm.

A teenage boy treated at the scene died later.

Jack’s twin sister Mia and younger sister Georgia are also de Bromhead’s children.

Henry, the teen’s father, was at a national hunting meeting in Wexford.

Henry, 49, is one of the country’s top trainers and has won the Aintree Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup with Rachael Blackmore.

Jack helped in his father’s racing yard and won a pony race in Kerry last weekend.

The accident happened during the fifth race of the day on Rossbeigh Beach.

After the incident, Glenbeigh Races canceled all weekend events.

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