THREE jockeys have fallen from their saddle on the home stretch of Race 5 of the GDSC Ramornie Handicap Day.

Jockeys Josh Adams, Ben Looker and Jake Hull are believed to have been involved in the fall.

All jockeys are conscious, however, one appears to be in a worse condition than the others and has sustained a concussion. It has yet to be confirmed who.

One horse has been injured.

Looker was racing the Ramornie Handicap later today for John Shelton on Belflyer. He was also racing in the TURSA Inglis Bonus Grafton Guineas for Ross Stitt.

Josh Adams was also racing for Scott Henley on Lover Legs.

LISTEN to the interview with CEO of the Clarence River Jockey Club Michael Beattie about the fall:

Michael Beattie speaks about the Race 5 fall: Sports editor Matthew Elkerton speaks with CEO of the Clarence River Jockey Club Michael Beattie about the Race 5 fall at the Ramornie Handicap Day in Grafton.