The reality star was riding her horse at The Paddock in the Los Feliz part of Los Angeles on Sunday, January 30, when her stallion got spooked by something and bucked her off its back, TMZ reported.
A source told the publication that Vanderpump flew over the horse's head and landed on her back.
According to the outlet, the 61-year-old has bruising on her back from the fall. She is also said to have broken her leg in two places above her ankle.
Vanderpump was taken to the hospital in an ambulance, and her husband, Ken Todd, reportedly followed behind the vehicle. An insider revealed he's been by his wife's side at the hospital.
According to the outlet, Vanderpump will require surgery for the injuries she sustained. However, there's no need for fans to worry, as sources insisted she's expected to make a full recovery once her injuries have healed.
The outlet noted The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum has owned the horse for several years now, so she's no stranger to horseback riding.
"I wish her a speedy recovery so the two can ride again soon," the restaurateur's publicist, Phil Lobel, told Daily Mail.
Lobel said his client bought the horse, who is named Prince Tardon, around seven years ago after seeing the stallion at the Cavalia show in Orange County, Calif. "She has owned and ridden horses her entire life and the producers gave her a tour of the stables at the show, and introduced her to Tardon, a horse they were about to retire," Lobel told the outlet.
He added that riding horses is "one of the constant joys" in Vanderpump's life. Prince Tardon "even understands Lisa’s commands in French," he reportedly shared. "It’s a mutual admiration."
Vanderpump shared a snap with Prince Tardon on Instagram in April 2021. She stood proudly next to the white stallion in the picture, captioning the post: "He is my everything #HRHPrinceTardon."
Vanderpump has not directly commented on the accident.