Sam Twiston-Davies fell from his ride at Sandown on Sunday and has decided to give up his entries for Kempton on Monday.
The 25-year-old fell from Double Ross, which is trained by his father Nigel, at the second fence in the veterans’ handicap chase on Sunday.
Twiston-Davies injured his arm in the fall but he still went on to compete in the bumper and came home eighth.
The jockey’s agent, Chris Broad, has confirmed Twiston-Davies, who had four booked mounts at Sandown, will not take part as he looks to recover fully.
Broad said: "He had a fall and then he rode in the bumper, but his arm was sore this morning so he's having it checked out.
"I've spoken to him and he said he couldn't ride today. He's got like a dead arm. He's having it looked at."
Article Posted on Monday 13th November 2017 @ 11.31
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