CHAD Schofield has been transferred to the Alfred Hospital after scans revealed he has two fractures in his neck following a three horse fall at Cranbourne.

Schofield’s father Glyn told Racing Network that his son had not suffered any spinal chord damage.

“Chad has two fractures in his C3 (vertebrae) ,” said Schofield who, along with wife Tiffany, flew to Melbourne tonight.

“Doctors are going to determine whether they will settle Chad’s neck in a brace or elect for surgery.”

Victorian Jockeys Association CEO Des O’Keeffe said Schofield is conscious and has full movement in all his limbs.

O’Keeffe said Steven Arnold, who also fell in the incident, had been discharged from hospital after suffering concussion while apprentice Ben Thompson remains heavily concussed in Dandenong Hospital.

He said all scans on Thompson had come back clear.

Schofield, Arnold and Thompson were all taken to Dandenong Hospital following a fall near the 900 metre mark of the Benchmark 70 Handicap.

Donarchie, ridden by Thompson, fell and Made Of Ice, ridden by Schofield, which was following it, also fell.

Exclusive Choice, ridden by Arnold, was severely hampered and Arnold was dislodged.

Made of Ice, regrettably, severely injured a lef and had to be humanely euthanised,