Saturday's fixtures at Kelso, Gowran, Stratford and Bangor have been abandoned
Last Updated: March 22, 2013 4:17pm
Bangor: Has been lost to the snow.
Saturday's fixture at Kelso has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track.
Officials were left with no option but to draw stumps following a rough night at the Borders track.
Kelso clerk of the course Hazel Peplinski tweeted: "Racing at Kelso tomorrow is sadly abandoned due to water-logged areas with no prospects of sufficient improvement."
The meeting at Bangor has been abandoned due to snow.
The writing was on the wall at first light after the Welsh venue sustained three inches of snow overnight.
Clerk of the course Andrew Morris said: "It's still snowing heavily and there is more to come. It's a hopeless case."
The situation at Gowran also became untenable overnight and officials at the County Kilkenny circuit moved forward their 8am inspection.
Heavy showers put paid to any hope of the meeting defeating the elements.
Stratford's meeting has also been abandoned due to a waterlogged track.
Although the course was raceable upon inspection at 6.45am this morning, another check at noon put paid to any chances of racing at the weekend.
Clerk of the course Stephen Lambert said: "We are waterlogged in a few places and the weather has left the ground very patchy and it's just not safe.
"The forecast is horrendous for the next 24 hours with at least another 11 or 12 millimetres of rain to come, starting at about 4pm today. The ground is patchy and I'm just not happy with it."