By Racinguk.com staff
A person suffered "a serious injury" following an incident at the stable yard at Kempton's meeting on Saturday evening, a representative of the racecourse told Press Association Sport.
The all-weather fixture had to be abandoned with two races remaining.
Clerk of the course Barney Clifford told the Press Association: "There is a serious injury in the stable yard - the person is in a serious condition."
A statement issued by the Kempton stewards said that the doctors at the track had to "attend a medical emergency".
The statement read: "The stewards held an inquiry following a report from the clerk of the course that a serious incident had occurred in the stable yard prior to race seven.
"They interviewed the clerk of the course who was representing the racecourse executive.
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"The clerk of the course stated that the racecourse executive had taken the decision to abandon the remainder of the evening's racing due to the doctors needing to attend a medical emergency, rendering the course no longer medically compliant to continue racing.
"This decision was sanctioned by the stewards."
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