This night’s assembly at Windsor has been deserted resulting from a waterlogged observe.
A precautionary inspection was referred to as for 7am on Monday following heavy rain in current days.
The ultimate race of final Monday’s card was additionally deserted following sustained rainfall all through the night and a fall in an earlier race.
Windsor racecourse’s Twitter feed posted: “RACING TODAY ABANDONED. Sadly we have had an additional 9mm of rain in a single day and additional rain is forecast right this moment.”
It was an identical story at Newton Abbot in Devon, too, forward of Wednesday’s fixture.
The course needed to abandon on Could 12, too, and whereas an 8am inspection was referred to as, the choice was taken earlier than then.
An extra 14 millimetres of rain fell within the earlier 12 hours with extra forecast for Monday and Tuesday leaving clerk of the course Jason Loosemore with no choice however to name it off.
The assembly in Eire at Ballinrobe did survive an inspection, nevertheless.
Wednesday’s fixture at Gowran, although, must move an 8am inspection on raceday morning.
Elements of the course are at present unfit for racing and an additional three millimetres of rain is forecast.