Multiple group 1-winning jockey Tye Angland has been confirmed a quadriplegic as a result of injuries he suffered in a fall in Hong Kong.

Angland has undergone several surgeries in Hong Kong and Australia since the fall at Sha Tin on November 25, where he fell to the ground coming out of the barriers aboard Go Beauty Go.

The 29-year-old returned home in December and is in the Royal Rehabilitation Centre in Sydney where he is continuing treatment.

The Australian Jockey's Association issued a statement on behalf of Angland and his family saying his spinal cord could not be repaired.

"Tye has some movement in the arms but is unable to walk," the AJA said in the release. "Together the family are currently working with a range of stakeholders in terms of co-ordinating and financing Tye's ongoing care and the family's long-term needs.

"His wife Erin, and the couple's three children Alexis, Addison and Rylan continue to be amazed by the support they have received and wish to say thank you to everyone who has reached out to them."

Angland rode 995 winners in his career, 11 of them at group 1 level. He was the regular partner of Trapeze Artist and won the Golden Rose, TJ Smith and All Aged Stakes on the great sprinter as well as being runner-up in The Everest last year. He also rode Ace High in his Spring Champion Stakes and Victoria Derby success.

Trapeze Artist heads the nominations for the Canterbury Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, which includes six other group 1 winner and promising three-year-old Brutal.