Drowne waits on X-ray news
Steve Drowne is to have further X-rays on Tuesday to gauge when he might be able to fly home after being injured in a fall at Sha Tin on Sunday
He punctured a lung a broke a collarbone when his mount Jwala suffered a fatal fall in the Longines Hong Kong Sprint.
The Robert Cowell-trained Nunthorpe winner appeared to be squeezed between horses close home and crashed to the ground.
Drowne was stretchered from the track but was conscious before being taken to hospital, where he remains.
His weighing-room colleague Rab Havlin was able to contact Drowne on Monday and give an update on the jockey's condition.
"I've spoken to him today. We knew he had a punctured lung and a broken collarbone and he's also got whiplash so he's got a collar on," said Havlin.
"I think they are going to X-ray him tomorrow and have a look at his lung and see when he can fly.
"In the best-case scenario he'll be able to fly back on Wednesday or Thursday, but if not he'll have to wait. He'll probably find out more tomorrow.
"He's sick about what happened to the filly and he just doesn't know when he's going home."