Jockey Regan Bayliss has been taken to hospital for x-rays following a fall at Geelong which puts his Group One Goodwood hopes in jeopardy.
Bayliss was riding the Lindsay Park-trained in a maiden on Friday when the two-year-old fell approximately 200m after the start.
Dean Holland, the rider of Wanna Be Good, was dislodged in the incident and escaped injury.
Bayliss has a suspected wrist injury and was stood down from his later rides.
The young jockey recorded a career-high five winners on the Geelong synthetic track on Tuesday, all for Lindsay Park.
Bayliss has been booked for four rides at Morphettville in Adelaide on Saturday including Faatinah in the $1 million Group One Goodwood (1200m).