Tim Bell Jockey Wiki,Biography,Age Info| Died at 22

By | November 4, 2015

Tim Bell Jockey Wiki,Biography,Age Info| Died at 22: Tim Bell was a young popular jockey, who died at the age of 22 after slipping and falling from 12th floor apartment on Tuesday Night. This is a very shocking news for his fans and family, and Australian Racing Community. He had success early in his career and rode his first group one winner on Tinto in the Queensland Oaks in Brisbane last year. Queensland Jockeys Association president Glen Prentice said Bell travelled to Singapore to take the next step in his career. We are sharing here more information about Jockey Tim Bell wiki and bio, and also share some news.

Tim Bell Jockey Wiki,Biography,Age Info| Died at 22

Tim Bell Jockey Wiki,Biography,Age Info| Died at 22

Tim Bell Wiki

Reaction and Statements:

“It’s just tragic – it’s tragic that he’s not here with us anymore,”

“He’s always wanted to reach the top and he wanted to travel overseas, so he took a three-month contract in Singapore.”

Mr Prentice said Bell “was a guy with a lot of ambition. He really wanted to be the best out there,”

“He felt like he’d achieved a lot in Brisbane and wanted to expand his horizons, get some international experience, to achieve goals and win Melbourne Cups and be regarded in the top bracket of riders – not only in the country but all around the world.”

Mr Prentice said Bell was already proving his skills overseas, with a recent group three win for trainer Mark Walker in Singapore.

He said, “He was a happy fella – he was always good for a laugh, had plenty to say. He was well liked and well respected – a terrific rider. He will be very sorely missed.”

Tamworth Jockey Club chief executive Victoria Toy said Bell had been “outstanding, we’re very proud of what he had achieved in his career so far and so young. It’s a devastating story – it’s very sad for everybody, particularly all his colleagues here that used to ride with him at Tamworth.”

This is a very sad news, God bless his soul.

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