Davies takes time out after Boxing Day adventures take toll
James Davies could be back in action next weekend after taking some time out to recover from the effects of a fall at Market Rasen on Boxing Day.
Davies, who is attached to the Henry Oliver stable, was battered and bruised after being unseated from the Oliver-trained Generous Day in a novice hurdle at the Lincolnshire track but still managed to drive himself to Wetherby the same afternoon, where he won the penultimate race on Hollywoodien for Tom Symonds.
His agent Russ James said: "I know James felt battered and bruised after his tumble at Market Rasen and decided to take a week off over new year to recover.
"His wrist was a bit sore and hopefully he'll be able to come back at the weekend, but I don't know for sure yet. The people who support him have all been informed but ha hasn't really missed out on much since he was off and hopefully he can kick on again when he returns."