Apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has been released from hospital after suffering a mild concussion when a horse she was to ride in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm flipped on top of her.
After being assessed, the 24-year-old was discharged on Thursday afternoon.
Earlier this year Panya was off for 10 weeks after falling from the Gary Portelli-trained Sebring Express during the Widden Stakes at Rosehill on January 28.
She needed surgery on a broken collarbone while her jaw was also lacerated.
Panya will miss Friday’s Gosford meeting but is scheduled to ride at Rosehill on Saturday.