Megan Taylor Obituary, New Zealand horse rider Megan Taylor has tragically died

Megan Taylor Death, Obituary – Taylor Megan Jane of New Zealand has tragically passed away at the age of 26 during an horse riding race at  at Ashburton Racecourse on December 15, 2022. Daughter of Kevin and Jane, who cherished and loved her deeply; adored and valued sister of Ben, Logan, and partner Josi; special aunty to Blake; loved and treasured by all of her other relatives and friends in the world.

A memorial service commemorating Megan’s life will be held at Riccarton Park Racecourse on Thursday, December 22, at 2:00 p.m. to pay tribute to her life. The venue can be found at 165 Racecourse Road in Sockburn. The Show Gate Lounge is going to be where the service will be held.

Loved ones paid tributes to Megan Taylor, they wrote; ”A few years ago, Mere Farm was confronted by the brightest light that one could possibly imagine coming into contact with at any point in their life. putting oneself in harm’s way by moving to the opposite side of the world in order to pursue one’s goals while being driven to do so by a passion for horses.”

They said further, ”Despite her petite stature, Megan oozed life, spoke through her movements, and exhibited a commanding presence. Because of complications with her visa, we had to cut short her time with us so that she may return to the country where she was born.

They also said, ”We stayed in touch with her as she entered the world of racing, and we felt an overwhelming sense of joy as we saw her ride to victory for the very first time. Because of this, we were on the very edge of our seats. When we learned about the horrific accident that took her life a week ago, it was with unfathomable sorrow that we found out about it. Her passing has left a void in our lives. In addition to our own team”

They concluded by saying, ”I am confident that the entirety of the community in the UK that had the pleasure of meeting Megan will join us in extending our sincerest love and condolences to Megan’s family and friends in the wake of her passing.”