Murphy could be back in action soon but slow progress for Joshua Moore

Michael J M Murphy

Michael J M Murphy

Leading apprentice Michael J M Murphy may be back in action soon, after being sidelined following  fall at Nottingham on June 10.

He broke his thumb following an incident and fall coming out of the stalls on Martina’s Delight and was taken to hospital.

Murphy is based with trainer Alan Jarvis and missed a booked ride for him at the start of Royal Ascot. He has a ride booked at Newbury on Tuesday..

There was also better news of jumps jockey Joshua Moore, youngest son of Horsham trainer Gary Moore, who has been off since a nasty dislocation to his left shoulder in February.

 

Joshua Moore

Joshua Moore

He had an operation to stablise his shoulder in March and since then has continued to progress and no longer has his arm in a sling.

A report giving latest details on his progress said:” He is now making as much use as possible of The Jockeys Injury Management Team on the racecourse and has been informed that he should be able to start riding out again in July.”

 

 

He missed out on a planned ride for trainer Alan Jarvis at Royal Ascot

Michael Murphy sidelined after Sunday fall

June 10th, 2013

Leading apprentice Michael Murphy is set for a spell on the sidelines after breaking his thumb in a fall at Nottingham on Sunday.

Michael Murphy taken to hospital after fall

June 9th, 2013

Jockey Michael Murphy was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre as a precaution after he fell from Martinas Delight at Nottingham on Sunday.

 

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