A TAMWORTH trackwork rider is being flown to Sydney for specialist surgery after she was seriously injured in a fall on Monday morning.
Jemma Wilson was thrown from a horse at the Tamworth Racecourse in Taminda shortly after 7.30am.
Ms Wilson, 28, fell and suffered injuries to her pelvis.
An ambulance was deployed to the track and paramedics treated a 28-year-old woman for a horsefall who was later taken to Tamworth hospital in a stable condition.
Racing NSW confirmed the trackwork jockey for trainer Troy O'Neile was dislodged when her mount reared up on the way to the barriers.
Racing NSW's Dr David Duckworth reported Ms Wilson suffered a fractured pelvis in the accident.
After scans at Tamworth hospital, he also reported she suffered a L5 lumbar fracture that would be treated with a brace.
In a report to Racing NSW, Dr Duckworth said the patient would be transferred to Royal North Shore Hospital to see a pelvic surgeon on Monday afternoon.
She is believed to be in a stable condition.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked to Tamworth hospital shortly before midday to transport a 28-year-old patient to Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney.