GLEN Boss will resume his record-breaking season at Caulfield on Saturday.
The champion jockey said he would resume riding trackwork on Tuesday and already has been booked for Harry Trimbole by Mick Kent for Saturday.
Apart from serving a 25-meeting suspension for careless riding, which saw Kane Bradley fall at Mornington in early June, Boss underwent surgery to his left knee.
Boss said surgeons removed more cartilage than expected as well as a growth.
“When he (the surgeon) went in there it was a little worse than expected and there was also a growth in there,” Boss said.
“But the actual knee joint itself is perfect and clean so that’s great. I’m fine, raring to go.”
Boss is on the doorstep of not only winning his first metropolitan premiership, but aged 42-year-old will become the oldest jockey in more than 100 years to win the title.
He holds an unassailable 20-win lead over Luke Nolen with just 24 days left of the season.
Source : TVN