Eszter Jeles died in hospital two weeks ago in an accident at the Fegentri World Amateur Equestrian Championships in Istanbul.
The 21-year-old amateur rider fell to her thoroughbred Thomas at the Women’s World Cup. He was taken to the hospital, underwent surgery with the help of doctors, and fought for her life for 13 days.
The Nyíregyháza athletes had previously participated in the national gallop competition and finished fourth.
Two weeks ago, Eszter Jeles suffered a serious accident at the Women’s Amateur World Riding Championship in Istanbul. She was rushed to the hospital and had to undergo surgery, but her organization eventually took over the battle. The Equestrian Association is in mourning for the outstanding athlete Nyiregyhaza.
Eszter Jeles died two weeks after an accident in Istanbul, at the age of 21, when she fell with the Thoroughbred Toms at the Women’s Amateur World Cup. Waiting in vain, her injuries were so severe that after 13 days of fighting, her organization gave up.
The young rider also participated in the national gallop race and finished fourth. She has been riding horses since she was four years old. An earlier interview revealed that she spends most of her time riding outside of school.
On September 5, during the FEGENTRI Women’s Amateur Equestrian World Championship at the Veliefendi Racecourse in Istanbul, Hungarian rider Eszter Jeles had an accident with her Thoroughbred Toms. Esther was rushed to the hospital and treatment began. After the first exam, she had the surgery on September 6. We are deeply saddened to announce that despite all the efforts of the doctors, the Hungarian pilot lost his life after 13 days of fighting.
God put the Hungarian horsewoman Eszter Jeles (Eszter Jeles) to rest. We express our deepest condolences to her family, and we express great strength and perseverance to our family members.
“With deep pain and trembling hearts, we announce that Este Gerais is dead. Her body cannot overcome the injuries caused by the accident two weeks ago. Esti is a heroine who gave her life to horse racing. We will keep your memory in our hearts forever. “