Buick suffers Lingfield fall
Last Updated: 12/08/14 5:45pm
William Buick was stood down for the rest of the evening at Lingfield on Tuesday after he suffered a nasty-looking fall in the opening seven-furlong maiden.
Buick has reportedly escaped relatively unscathed from the incident, but he will not take up his other remaining rides on the card.
Wentworth Falls, a Godolpin newcomer, had been overtaken by eventual winner Indianaughty when his mount jinked right shortly after passing the one-furlong marker.
Buick shot out of the saddle and fell awkwardly, but he was quickly back up to his feet and escorted off the racecourse.
Lingfield clerk of the course Neil Mackenzie Ross said: "He's up and about and was back in the medical room.
"He was stood down for the rest of the day, but it seems to just be precaution and he's not gone to hospital."