Rene Douglas rode his wheelchair in Dubai in 2013 to watch Private Zone, nearly four years after the Panamanian jockey was paralyzed when his horse fell on him at Arlington Park.
Rene Douglas rode his wheelchair in Dubai in 2013 to watch Private Zone, nearly four years after the Panamanian jockey was paralyzed when his horse fell on him at Arlington Park. AP
Rene Douglas rode his wheelchair in Dubai in 2013 to watch Private Zone, nearly four years after the Panamanian jockey was paralyzed when his horse fell on him at Arlington Park. AP

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