Having made a much earlier comeback from injury than expected, jockey Kathy O’Hara will spend another week on the sidelines with a suspension.
O’Hara underwent surgery for a sterno-clavicular dislocation after falling in the Australian Oaks on April 9 at Randwick.
Saturday’s meeting was her first at the track since she returned to riding on May 31, several weeks ahead of schedule.
But a shift near the home turn on runner-up Harlem Lady in the second race on the program means she will be out from June 16-23.
O’Hara pleaded guilty to the careless riding charge.