According to BBC Sport William Fox-Pitt has returned home. Fox-Pitt was previously hospitalized in France where he moved out of the Intensive Care Unit on October 30 and returned to the UK for rehabilitation earlier this month.
“It is fantastic to be home,” Fox-Pitt told reporters. “It feels like a long time away from my family. I would like to thank all the doctors in France, and the rehab team in Poole General Hospital have been incredibly thorough.
“The team at home have been doing an amazing job keeping everything going, but luckily everything is quiet as the horses are all on their end-of-season break. I am looking forward to making a full recovery over the winter.”
Fox-Pitt suffered a fall from his grey gelding Reinstated during the cross country phase at Lion d’Angers on October 17. He suffered a head injury, the extent of which is not known. The horse was uninjured.
We wish Fox-Pitt a speedy recovery and hope to see him back in the saddle soon!