Sue Smith, who trains Grand National winner Auroras Encore, says jockey Ryan Mania is going to recover from the injury he sustained in a nasty fall at Hexham.
She told Daybreak: “It wasn’t so good there for an hour but… thankfully it looks as though all is going to be well.”
She added: “[It] looked to be a very unfortunate fall, it was another horse that’s trodden on him.”
Husband Harvey said: “These lads fall every other day so he’ll soon bounce back.
"It’s part of the job.”
Mania guided outsider Auroras Encore to a shock victory at Aintree racecourse on Saturday.
Jump jockey Ryan Mania has had an extraordinary few days that have included winning the Grand National on a rank outsider.
Big outsider Auroras Encore won the 166th Grand National at Aintree cruising to a comfortable victory in the world's most famous jumps race.
Sport fans are waiting to see if the Grand National, the world's most famous steeplechase, will get its first female winning jockey.