Going Report - Sunday April 7 2019

The current going (Thursday April 4) is Good. There is an excellent cover of grass. The forecast is for a band of rain spreading across during Thursday, with even the prospect of some light snow before becoming drier and milder again toward the weekend.

 

 

 

 

Event details

When?

Sunday April 3rd 2022

Gates open 10.00 Pony racing 12 noon, Steeplechases from 2.15pm

 

 

Sunday April 10th 2022

Gates open 1030. Pony racing 12 noon, Steeplechases from 2.00pm

Where?

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