Oscar-nominee Uma Thurman has been injured in a horse-riding accident but is expected to recover.

The “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” star, 46, “was in an equestrian accident,” Thurman’s spokeswoman, Leslie Sloane, told Newsday in a statement. “She was training on a young thoroughbred who got spooked. She was thrown and broke a few bones.” No details were given of when or where the recent accident occurred.

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Before the accident, Thurman’s interest in equestrianism was not widely known. The model and actress had posed in an immense, baroque red dress astride a giant rocking horse in an ornate room for photographer Koto Bolofo and creative director Andrea Marzagalli in the 2014 calendar published by the Italian spirits brand Campari.

There is coincidentally a champion jumping horse named Uma Thurman, ridden by Tallulah Tepper last year to win the ASPCA/Maclay Medal at the Gold Coast April competition in Burbank, California.

Thurman, an ensemble star of the 2015 NBC miniseries “The Slap” and a supporting actress in last year’s Bradley Cooper movie “Burnt,” most recently filmed the caper comedy “The Brits Are Coming,” starring with Tim Roth as a British con-artist couple who have fled to Los Angeles. No release date has been announced.