Kempton sole surviving meeting in Britain on Sunday | Racing News 1

Kempton is about to host the one fixture in Britain on Sunday, after the meeting at Market Rasen was misplaced to the climate.

Feeling the results of Storm Dennis, the jumps card succumbed to waterlogging, with the choice made following an early-morning inspection of the Lincolnshire circuit.

Exeter – rearranged after being hit by Storm Ciara per week in the past – was referred to as off on Saturday, however a precautionary inspection resulted in constructive information for the all-weather fixture at Kempton, with wind reported to have “calmed sufficiently”, though a moist day is in retailer.

Tiger Roll’s meant comeback at Navan in the Boyne Hurdle stays on course, with the bottom heavy following two millimetres of rain for the reason that newest monitor replace on Saturday. There is a threat of additional showers and robust winds later in the day.


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