Moloney has to wait to learn extent of Sedgefield injury
Jockey Paul Moloney will have to wait to learn the extent of his injuries after the fall he suffered at Sedgefield on Sunday left him with a potentially complicated injury.
"I went to the hospital on Sunday and I have to go back there later this afternoon," Moloney said on Tuesday.
"I've broken my collarbone, but there was also swelling around my shoulder and sternum, so it might not be a straightforward break. There might be more damage. I'll hopefully know more once I see the doctor," the jockey added.
Moloney, who has ridden 34 winners so far this season, also missed a significant part of last winter with a broken leg, making a remarkable comeback in just three months by late-February.
His latest injury came in a fall aboard the Evan Williams-trained Going Concern, who suffered fatal injuries in the same incident.