Plans open for Twiston-Davies
Willy Twiston-Davies admits he has "a few decisions to make" as he considers his future plans.
The rider has been on the sidelines since breaking two vertebrae and two ribs in a fall on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival back in March.
Twiston-Davies has proved successful under both codes, riding a Royal Ascot winner in 2016 as well as Grade Two and Three winners over jumps last term.
However, he is weighing up all his options as he nears full fitness again.
"My back has fused very well together, but it's just about making a plan of what happens next," he told Racing UK.
"I either go back riding in September or concentrate on the training with dad. I've got a few decisions to make coming up, but it will be nice either way, and I can't wait to be back helping dad anyway.
"I've been at the sales, I'd like to get more involved with the flat or the jumps. It's very handy to do. I've learnt a lot.
"I went round with Jamie McCalmont at Newmarket, I learnt plenty and bought a few horses for dad at the store sales. It was a great experience and hopefully I bought some winners."