Leading jockey William Buick has escaped serious injury following a nasty fall at Lingfield on Tuesday evening.
Buick was partnering Charlie Appleby's Godolphin runner Wentworth Falls in the opening seven-furlong maiden when his mount jinked right and dumped him on the all-weather surface.
The rider will decide later today whether to take up his two booked mounts at Yarmouth this evening after seeing a physiotherapist.
Buick said: "I'm all right. I'm going to see the physio at midday and make a decision about riding tonight after that, but I feel fine.
"Any time you get up and walk away from a fall you feel lucky."