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Callow to be released from hospital after fall at Geelong

Update - Racing.com reported that Noel Callow is set to be released from hospital with soft tissue damage after his fall at Geelong on Friday afternoon.

Earlier report - Friday’s meeting at Geelong had a jockey fall with Noel Callow being dislodged from the first starter Turnstar as they went around to the barriers. Callow was subsequently taken to hospital for further observation with Racing.com reporting he was complaining of soreness in his arms and legs.

Back in January 8th Jason Maskiell was involved in a race fall and was stood down from riding after he was diagnosed with concussion.

On Friday Racing Victoria stewards’ put the race times for the programme back one race.

Turnstar, a two-year-old colt by Star Turn from the Hawkes' stable, was vetted and allowed to start with new rider Michael Poy and finished sixth, 5 1/2L from the winner Pegasi with Dean Holland up.

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