$501 in Bonus Bets
Get your first bet matched with up to $501 in bonuses*
$500 Matched Deposit
Sign-up and get your first deposit matched with up to $500 in bonus bets*
Deposit $50, Bet with $200*
Sign-up, deposit $50 & receive $150 in Free Bonus Bets!*
$600 in Bonus Bets
Sign-up, deposit $400 & receive $600 in Free Bonus Bets!*
Deposit $50, Bet with $200
Sign-up, deposit $50 & receive $150 in bonus bets. That's $200 to bet with!*
$500 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $500 in bonuses*
$502 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $502 in bonuses*
Deposit $100, Bet with $350
Sign-up, deposit $100 & receive $250 in bonus bets. That's $350 to bet with!*
$400 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $400 in bonuses*
$500 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $500 in bonuses*
$250 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $250 in bonuses*
$200 in Bonus Bets
Get your first deposit matched with up to $200 in bonuses*
* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article exclude NSW residents.

Injuries sustained by Michelle Payne in Sunday’s Donald race fall have cost her a trip to Berlin to ride in a race for Arabian horses in June.

Payne, 26, was home resting at home on Monday after spending the night in a Ballarat hospital having suffered five fractured vertebrae, two broken ribs and bruising to the face and chest.

“She had a really big opportunity coming up,” Payne’s manager Phillip Roost said.

“She was invited to the National Arabian Racehorse Association seminar to represent female riders of the world in June and to ride in the race on June 10 but she won’t be able to do that now.

“She was looking forward to it.”

Victorian Jockeys’ Association executive Des O’Keeffe said Payne needed six weeks of absolute rest before beginning rehabilitation in late June.

“She has five fractures to the vertebrae all of which were stable, none of which were displaced and no surgery was required,” he said

“She also has two broken ribs and general bruising and scratching.”

Roost said the four-time Group One winning jockey was not expected to ride until next season which begins on August 1.

Her mount El Devine knuckled over coming out of the barriers in the opening race at Donald, tossing her over his head.

Payne was treated at Donald Hospital before being transferred to Ballarat on Sunday.

She had been on track to have her best season numbers-wise having ridden 64 winners in Victoria, 10 of them in the metropolitan area.

 
Deposit $50, Bet with $200
Sign-up, deposit $50 & receive $150 in bonus bets. That's $200 to bet with!*
* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article exclude NSW residents.
Featured News

Over $5,000 in Bonus Free Bets

Just Horse Racing provides readers with the best Free Bet offers available on every online bookmaker on the internet. We...

Winx returns with a bang

Champion mare Winx has returned with a super impressive trial at Randwick racecourse this morning where she was hard held...

Worlds best racehorse gets donkey licked

The world’s highest ranked horse Arrogate has had his crown dismantled after a lacklustre run in the Group 2 San...

Henry Plumptre resigns from Godolphin

Henry Plumptre has stepped down as managing director of Godolphin in Australia as an inquiry into the stable’s failure to...