Branxton-based apprentice jockey Sammie Clenton is set to have her first race ride in almost two and a half years after being booked for Scone's Monday meeting.
Clenton was the leading apprentice jockey in NSW in the 2015-16 season with 81 winners but her career was put on hold after two serious race falls inside five months.
She broke her right collarbone when one of five apprentices to fall in a race at Taree in May 2016.
She recovered and had ridden in races for four weeks when she fell from the Steve Hodge-trained Colour Of Love at Scone on October 14, this time suffering six crushed vertebrae and a fractured left collarbone.
Clenton, now a mother, has been back riding trackwork for about a year and returned to barrier trial riding last December.
She has been booked to ride Warset for Newcastle trainer Kris Lees in race five, a class two handicap over 1400 metres, at Scone on Monday.
Clenton asked Lees, who she works part-time for, to get back into race riding and she was set to return aboard Tippler at Taree on Friday before it was scratched following a bad draw.