The Kentucky Horse Racing Authority will review the death of Michael Rowland, who was injured in a spill at Turfway Park last week, Chairman Bill Street said Tuesday.Michael Rowland, a jockey with 3,998 career victories, died Monday at University Hospital in Cincinnati. The fall occurred Feb. 4 when Rowland was unseated after his mount, World Trade, broke a front leg and collapsed on the first turn of a $13,900 claiming race. The horse collided with two other horses, injuring the other two riders.Street said the authority extended its sympathy to Rowland's wife, Tammy, and children."Mr. Rowland was a talented and successful jockey, loved and respected by those who worked around him at racetracks in Kentucky and in other states," Street said in a statement. "The Authority will review the circumstances regarding this racing tragedy."Rowland, a native of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., was the winningest jockey at Thistledown, near Cleveland, where he won 29 meet titles. He was riding at Turfway to be near his wife, a trainer at the track.A memorial service was scheduled at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday at Turfway Park.