Sidelined Swedish jockey Fredrik Johansson is anxiously awaiting the result of special scans on his injured knee and elbow. Johansson was hurt when thrown from The Lobbos before a griffin race at Sha Tin last Saturday and had the scans taken two days ago at St Teresa's hospital after earlier X-rays had shown no breaks. He said last night: 'We should know the results of the scans tomorrow morning when they are returned to the Prince Of Wales Hospital at Sha Tin. We were hoping to see them today. 'The knee is still a bit sore and so is the elbow.' The worry for the jockey, who was making the right impression in Hong Kong when the incident happened, is that the ligaments in the knee might be damaged - a sporting accident dreaded by all athletes. Both knee and elbow are bruised and swollen with the knee giving most trouble. Meanwhile, champion trainer John Moore has paid up the US$2,000 entry fees for Horse of the Year Makarpura Star to run at Hollywood Park in midsummer and is optimistic about the venture. 'The money had to be paid by last week so that has been done. I have asked the Jockey Club for assistance in taking both Manfred Man and Frankie Lor, who is now with me, to America for the two races,' said Moore. 'One would be there for the first race and the other for the second. They'd probably spend a month apiece in America and it would be good experience for them.' Makarpura Star, favourite for Saturday's Gold Cup where he will be ridden by South African ace Felix Coetzee, is entered for the Shoemaker Handicap on June 16 and the Caesars Palace Stakes in mid-July. Both races are on turf and carry prize money of HK$5 million. The Australian trainer has a number of privately bought griffins in America, as do several other local trainers. They are being looked after at the Flag Is Up farm of the legendary Monty Roberts and Makarpura Star, after his Hollywood Park endeavours, will return with them.