THE jockeys involved in a dramatic fall at Tamworth racecourse are on the road to recovery.
The incident occured in race two at the Country Championships on Sunday, when horse Son Of A Dun is believed to have suffered a heart attack and collapsed on the course.
Racing NSW specialist Dr David Duckworth reports Rachel King had her broken collarbone fixed in an operation on Monday night that went well.
All four of the riders that were hospitalised were thrown from their horses in the horror incident that resulted in the death of two horses, Son Of A Dun and James Richard.
Rider Wendy Peel, who suffered a nasty fracture to her right shoulder, also had surgery to correct it with a plate and screws on Monday.
Josh Adams suffered lower lumbar spinal fractures that "appear stable" and has been transferred to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle for an operation on his broken femur.
Kath Bell-Pitomac remains in Tamworth hospital where she is being monitored for concussion.