Jockey Alex Yu has escaped the spectacular three-horse fall at Happy Valley on Tuesday with even fewer injuries than indicated by the initial diagnosis and has been transferred to the Prince Of Wales Hospital at Sha Tin. 'The Prince Of Wales is more convenient for his family and a more comfortable room,' the Jockey Club's executive director of racing, Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, said last night after visiting the hospital. 'Alex is relatively fine. The X-rays have showed a dislocated collarbone, but nothing is broken. And it appears there was no damage to his knee as was first thought - he just took a hard knock. So that is good news, too.' And he said they would not seek jockeys to replenish the roster of those available in the short term. When Stephen Baster split with Alex Wong Siu-tan's stable and returned to Australia, Engelbrecht-Bresges said the unscheduled departure was not a concern but that available jockey numbers would be monitored. By Tuesday, it was shaping as a potential headache, with Felix Coetzee, Basil Marcus, Douglas Whyte and Henry Tsang suspended and Eric Legrix injured on Tuesday morning. Then Happy Valley saw Yu likely to be sidelined for two months with his injuries and Eric Saint-Martin suspended for a month. But Engelbrecht-Bresges said the Jockey Club had taken stock of the situation and saw no need to act. 'Coetzee and Tsang are due to return on Saturday, and Marcus the week after that and Douglas Whyte will continue riding on a stay of proceedings after lodging his appeal against the three day penalty from last weekend,' he said. 'That appeal is likely to be heard on November 19, so Douglas will continue to ride until then.' Engelbrecht-Bresges said the club would inform the Japan Racing Association that Whyte's availability for the Japan Cup ride on Indigenous on November 25 and his participation in the World Super Jockey Series in Hanshin the following week would now be subject to the outcome of his appeal. 'What we are doing though is calling Andrasch Starke and Andreas Suborics, who are scheduled to come next month, and alerting them that we may ask them to come earlier if something unforeseen should happen, so we have that option,' Engelbrecht-Bresges said. Eddie Lai and Weichong Marwing, the other riders to fall on Tuesday, are unhurt but Lai will not ride on Saturday. 'Eddie has some bruising and probably did not feel he would be in his best form, so he will miss the weekend but he is all right,' Engelbrecht-Bresges said. 'And the three horses which fell are also fine, so it was quite remarkable.' Marwing reported yesterday that he was feeling 'a little bit sore but nothing to worry about' and will be fine for the weekend. Legrix stood down from Happy Valley after injuring his knee ligaments at the Sha Tin trials and will test the knee this morning. 'I was on a green horse going to the barriers and he did a U-turn on me. I came out of the saddle but my right foot was still stuck in the iron and my knee was twisted around,' he said. 'I have been to a specialist and had plenty of physio and acupuncture and it seems OK. I will try to ride on Thursday and make a decision about Saturday but I am expecting to ride.'