Bjorn Baker is on the hunt for a new jockey to ride Twilight Royale in Saturday's Hawkesbury Guineas with Michael Rodd suspended at Sale on Sunday. Rodd was hit with a seven meeting suspension for his ride on Layla’s World in a maiden for allowing his mount to shift in near the 200 metres, which caused trouble for two other runners.

Rodd pleaded guilty to what steward’s deemed low level interference and took into account his guilty plea and good riding record.

The leading rider had been set to travel to Sydney for the standalone meeting at Hawkesbury, with the ride on Twilight Royale up for grabs.

Baker said he would not panic and make a decision immediately, preferring to see who is available when acceptances are released on Wednesday.

"Tommy Berry and Hugh Bowman are now in Hong Kong, Nash Rawiller is heading to the Gold Coast and a lot of the other boys are already locked up with rides," he said.

"I'll just have to wait and see who is available and then we will make a decision from there."

Twilight Royale is being aimed towards the Scone Guineas, where she could win a whopping $2.4 million as a result of an Inglis bonus.

The three-year-old filly finished 13th first-up on a heavy track in the PJ Bell Stakes, a race that has been a terrific form reference since. (Racing Network)