You’ll feel this one in your bones.
Scottish jockey Lewis Ferguson, 18, was riding a horse named Merrion Square in the John Dufosee Memorial Hunter Chase at the Wincanton racecourse in the U.K. They were in first place going into the last jump of the race, which was impressive because it was Lewis’s first time jumping fences. And well...it didn’t end well.
HE DID A SOMERSAULT IN THE AIR! MAYBE A SOMERSAULT AND A HALF!
If you need an instant replay, here’s the fall in GIF-format to watch again:
(Or again and again and again and again, if you want. We don’t judge.)
Thankfully, Ferguson was OK and was able to get up and walk off the track:
Would just like to thank everyone for the messages!! Bit of a sore head but on the whole absolutely fine!!👍— Lewis Ferguson (@fergusonlewis_) April 1, 2015
"It all just happened so quick, I didn't have time to think, it just happened in a blur,” he said afterwards (via BBC). "I didn't think it was as bad as it was when I stood up, I was just a bit winded and was trying to get my breath back. It has not put me off."
For the record, Merrion Square still finished in third place. But it didn’t count.
And since we’re already talking racing, meet the five newest hunks of NASCAR: