Steven Arnold, Chad Schofield and Ben Thompson were taken to Dandenong Hospital after a three-horse fall today at Cranbourne. Veteran rider Arnold and newcomer Thompson momentarily lost consciousness while Schofield complained of leg and neck soreness.

Glyn Schofield, jockey father of Chad, said he had spoken to medicos who'd told him they had placed his son in a neck brace as a precaution as he had endured a whiplash effect from the fall.

Schofield said Chad, who won Saturday’s Group 1 Queensland Derby on Sonntag, had hurt his thigh.

Victoria Jockeys Association CEO Des O’Keeffe said all three were moving their limbs, but Arnold and Thompson were suffering concussion effects.

O’Keeffe said Thompson’s parents had accompanied him to hospital.

Schofield’s mount, Made of Ice, regrettably had to be euthanised after severely injuring a leg.