Please note Jemma Wilson, a trackwork jockey for trainer Troy O’Neill, was dislodged when her mount reared up on the way to the barriers for a jump out at Tamworth on the morning of Monday 20th April. Jemma sustained injuries to her hip and upper leg, and was transported to Tamworth Hospital for further examination.
[Update at 8:45pm on Monday, 27th April 2020]: Dr. Duckworth reports that Jemma is still in hospital at Royal North Shore but going very well. She’s being transferred to a private rehab hospital in Tamworth as soon as she’s independent with her transfers.
[Update at 9:40am on Thursday, 23rd April 2020]: Dr Duckworth reports that Jemma Wilson underwent surgery yesterday on her pelvis and it went very well. Jemma will now take a good three months to recover.
[Update at 11am on Tuesday, 21st April 2020]: Dr Duckworth reports that Jemma arrived at Royal North Shore Hospital last night. Jemma's spine is not fractured and she will be having surgery to her pelvis by a specialist, Dr Joe Isaacs, in a few days when her bleeding settles down.
[Update at 11:30am on Monday, 20th April 2020]: Dr Duckworth reports Jemma will be transferred to Royal North Shore Hospital under a pelvic surgeon today. She also has an L5 lumbar fracture that will be treated with a brace. Jemma will also see a spine surgeon at Royal North Shore Hospital.
[Update at 10:45am on Monday, 20th April 2020]: Racing NSW's Dr Duckworth reports that Jemma has a fractured pelvis and they are awaiting further scans; Jemma may need to be transferred to Sydney for further treatment.