RACE For Fun Club filly Tiser has shown good signs on day one of her recovery from knee surgery after a track fall.
Trainer Maree Campbell said Bendigo Equine Hospital surgeon Sarah Jalim was happy with the way Tiser was moving 24 hours after the operation.
Tiser fell during a fastwork session at Paul and Maree Campbell's Maiden Gully property on Tuesday.
She underwent surgery at Bendigo Equine Hospital after staff found a penetration wound into the knee joint.
Large doses of antibiotics were pumped into Tiser's leg to prevent infection.
''At this stage everything is looking positive,'' Maree said.
She said there were no signs of acute lameness or discharge caused by infection.
''There will be signs of lameness because she's injured her knee but an infection results in acute lameness - like the difference between having a broken leg or a sore toe,'' Maree said.
Tiser will speak exclusively about the ordeal in her regular Race For Fun Club column in Tuesday's Bendigo Advertiser.