ALMOST £3,000 has been raised in one day after a woman was left with 'life changing' injuries when she was thrown off her horse after it got spooked by five off-road motorcycles.

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The 41-year-old woman remains in intensive care after riding her horse on a bridleway in a wooded area in College Woods, just off of Deadman's Lane, Goring Heath on May 18.

Following the news, a page has been set up to raise money for her, with £2,850 being raised in just one day.

The Facebook page fundraiser says: "Anna is a vibrant human being who unfortunately yesterday had a tragic accident that will change her life for the foreseeable future."

It goes on to explain how the horse rider was 'crushed' when her horse was 'spooked by motorbikes'.

Adding: "[Anna] is currently in ICU in an induced coma with life threatening injuries.

"She will need many months of rehab and will not be able to work for a long time."

"I would like to help her with this not only on a personal recovery aspect but on a financial aspect so she does not have to worry about how she will have to pay for life while she recovers.

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"I know we are all struggling in these times of covid but if you could help and support her I know this would mean the world to her and help her recover knowing she had people who care and love her and wish to support her while she recovers."

Police have arrested a 22-year-old man from Earley on suspicion of driving a vehicle while over the prescribed limit for drugs and possession of class B drugs.

Another 22-year-old man from Woodley was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injuries by driving and driving a vehicle while unfit through drugs.

Five off-road motorcycles and white Ford Transit van have been seized in connection with the investigation.

Both men have been released under investigation.

The horse was not injured in the incident.

To donate to the fundraiser, click here.