A MAN has been flown to hospital with pelvic injuries after he fell of a horse at Scone racetrack on Wednesday morning.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to the scene about 8.30am after reports the horse had fallen on top of the 27-year-old.
Air crewman Glen Ramplin said the man sustained pelvic injuries but was in a stable condition.
He was flown to John Hunter Hospital.
In a separate incident, a 33-year-old woman was hospitalised after a quad bike crash on a Muswellbrook property on Tuesday night.
Rescue crews said the woman suffered multiple lacerations to her head and also sustained back and chest injuries.
The quad bike reportedly rolled down an embankment before crashing shortly before 6pm.
John Hunter Hospital reported on Wednesday morning that the woman was in a serious by stable condition and in intensive care.
Meanwhile, a 24-year-old man was taken to hospital after a crash between a car and a B-double truck on John Renshaw Drive at Beresfield shortly before 6am on Wednesday.
The man was trapped in his car before being rescued by emergency services.
Paramedics said he suffered minor back and head injuries.
He was taken to John Hunter Hospital in a stable condition.
There were delays at the New England Highway off-ramp at Beresfield after it was closed for the accident to be cleared.
It has since reopened.