THIS is the sickening double arm break a jockey suffered in a fall from a horse.
Poor Koby Jennings needed surgery, two plates and 'a lot of screws' to mend his horribly bent out of shape arm.
The extent of the damage was shown in photos circulated on social media – which incredibly showed Jennings smiling after the incident.
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Jennings, who is out for at least ten weeks, was shown being attended to by racecourse medics after the horror fall at Goulburn racecourse in Australia.
His left arm juts in unnaturally just after the elbow before bending out the other way.
An X-ray image of his shattered arm revealed the full extent of the horrendous break.
Jennings, 25, had surgery at Norwest Hospital after being dislodged from horse Eliseo when the three-year-old reared during a race.
The jockey, who has more than 300 career wins, will take it easy with his recovery after returning too soon from a broken jaw.
He said: "I won't be rushing anything because I kind of rushed back a bit quick when I broke my jaw last year and I don't think that was for the best.
"I was planning to have Christmas off this year and spend it with the family down in Victoria so I will take some time."
Jennings, who has won just under £8million in his career, is hoping to be back in March.
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