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Provisional BHA Fixture List
All Courses 01/06 - 31/08
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05/07 -Lottery News From Barry
Here are the numbers for the Roll Over on the 7th July and for Friday the 10th July through to the Friday the 31st of July.
Euro Lottery Tues rollover 7th July and 4 weeks from 10th to 31st July 2020
22/05 - An on line Educational Module has been developed and BHA have now made this a prerequisite for all staff to complete successfully prior to their first attendance at a Raceday from the 1st of June.
Any person who has not completed the online module will not be granted access to the racecourse.
24/06 - There is now a second course available, not yet compulsory, on LBGT Awareness. The Link below will take you to the Racing2Learn web page.
Click on the Pictures below and follow the instructions. The Log In for both courses will be the same.
Provisional BHA Fixture List
Lingfield Only 01/06 - 31/08
BHA publishes guidelines for safe resumption of racing
British racing is for everyone. It is a diverse and inclusive sport in which people from communities should feel welcome, able to be themselves and achieve their potential.
Owners Return to Racing - Southwell 1st July
Jumps racing and owners returned to Britain on Wednesday, with Southwell hosting the first fixture over fences since the sport was suspended in mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Flat racing resumed a month ago, with all meetings staged behind closed doors and heavy restrictions introduced to reduce the number of people on track and to minimise interactions.
As such owners have not been able to attend race meetings â€“ but a trial held at Southwell was the first step to reintroducing them to racecourses ahead of the Investec Oaks and Derby fixture at Epsom on Saturday.
A maximum of two owners per runner were permitted on course, where they then had access to a secluded enclosure with basic hospitality and Tote betting facilities.
Owners were not able to access the parade ring or winnersâ€ enclosure, but a viewing area and well-positioned screens ensured they were able to follow their runners and a railed-off section allowed them to debrief with their trainer at a two-metre distance.
â€śOwners have been able to talk to trainers and jockeys at a distance, there is that level of contact,â€ť said Sam Cone, PR and communications manager for Arena Racing Company, who own the racecourse.
â€śItâ€s all run smoothly and they have that area where they can sit, have some food and watch the race. Presentations are held down at the winning post so they arenâ€t missing out on that, everyoneâ€s been very good with distancing and sticking to the guidance.