LOUISVILLE, Ky. &ndash; Tyler Gaffalione, once again the leading jockey at Churchill, escaped serious injury in the last race Sunday after being thrown from his mount, There Goes Harvard, when the 3&#45;year&#45;old colt stumbled about a furlong into the one&#45;mile race on the main track.After informing track personnel that he was experiencing pain in his left leg, Gaffalione was transported to nearby Audubon Hospital. He told track publicity Sunday night that he was only &ldquo;a little banged up&rdquo; after X&#45;rays came back negative and that he intends to be back in action Thursday evening when racing resumes.There Goes Harvard, trained by Michael McCarthy, was not injured, nor were any other jockeys or horses.Gaffalione, a Florida native, was the leading jockey at all six major meets in Kentucky in 2020 &ndash; three at Churchill, two at Keeneland, and one at Kentucky Downs. He holds a commanding lead at the current meet with 37 wins.Earlier Sunday, Gaffalione was involved in an incident that caused fellow jockey Corey Lanerie to be dislodged during the stretch run of the second race. Gaffalione&rsquo;s mount, Runpat, suddenly swerved outward and into the path of My Miracle Man, causing that colt to stumble and Lanerie to lose his balance. Lanerie was on his feet within moments. Runpat, second under the wire, was disqualified and placed last.Whether Gaffalione will be suspended by the Churchill stewards for his role in that spill was expected to be determined Thursday. Gaffalione once again intends to ride the entire meet at Saratoga, which starts July 15.◗ Trainer Tommy Drury has decided that Art Collector will make his 4&#45;year&#45;old debut in the $110,000 Kelly&rsquo;s Landing, to be run on the penultimate day of the meet, June 25. A romping winner of the Blue Grass Stakes last summer, the Bernardini colt is one of 22 nominees to the seven&#45;furlong race.Whitmore, who had been considered for the Kelly&rsquo;s Landing, was not nominated, did not breeze over the weekend, and most likely won&rsquo;t race again until the July 31 Vanderbilt at Saratoga.