Baker was left in an induced coma and later found to have bleeding on the brain after his fall in Switzerland but he is thankfully making good progress as he continues his rehabilitation
JOCKEY George Baker has returned home to continue his rehabilitation two months after a fall in Switzerland left him with bleeding in the brain.
Baker had been riding at St Moritz when his horse Boomerang Bob fell and sadly died.
The Classic-winning jockey was airlifted to hospital and was later placed in an induced coma, Baker only returned to England last month to continue his recovery.
After a brief spell in a rehabilitation centre back in England, Baker has now returned home.
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On Friday he went to Oaksey House in Lambourn where he met the neuro physio team who will be supporting him as he moves into the next stage of his recovery.
In a statement released by the Injured Jockeys Fund, Baker said: “It is so fantastic to be back at home with Nicola and my daughter.
“I had a great first session with the team at Oaksey House this morning and feel really positive about working with them over the next few months.”