01/15/2012 7:55PM

Aqueduct: Jackie Davis bruises collarbone in last-race spill


Jockey Jackie Davis appeared to escape serious injury Sunday after being unseated from her mount following the running of the last race at Aqueduct.

 Davis sustained a bruised collarbone, but no breaks, according to her father, the former jockey Robbie Davis. Jackie Davis, who was removed from the track on a stretcher and transported to North Shore University Hospital, was to undergo a CT-Scan Sunday night. All X-rays taken were negative, Robbie Davis said.

 Jackie Davis was aboard Fundsalo Jones, a first-time starter, when that horse fell over Raw Moon, who suffered a fatal cardiovascular collapse several yards past the finish line of the ninth race, a maiden event for New York-bred 3-year-old fillies. Ryan Curatolo, who was aboard Raw Moon, got up immediately and was uninjured.

 “She hit the ground kind of sudden and hard,’’ Robbie Davis said. “She’s in good spirits. She’s pretty tough. She’s already complaining, `I just got going a little bit.’ I said Jackie, `Don’t worry about it.’ ’’

Fundsalo Jones was reported to be uninjured as well.

Davis is enjoying a solid Aqueduct inner track meet with 8 wins from 68 starters, tying her with C.C. Lopez for ninth in the rider standings. One of her wins at this meet came on the turf, when she guided Sandyinthesun to a nose victory, giving her father his first victory as a trainer.

Davis is named on four horses on Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day card at Aqueduct, but it is unclear if she will be able to ride.