Yarmouth: track just reopened in AugustPICTURE: Chris Bourchier
THERE will be no longer rushing at Yarmouth this season allowing more run the track's distressed grass.
The decision not to ever host the in the pipeline final two fixtures on October 20 and October 27 brings to an untimely end as to the has-been an inglorious season for the Norfolk location, which did not reopen until August because of remedial run the home straight using longer to finish than initially predicted.
The track's 3rd meeting of the promotion had been abandoned after four events due to safe practices problems after two jockeys dropped whenever their supports slipped on the wet grass.
In a declaration circulated on Thursday, Glen Tubby, executive manager of the Arena rushing Company-owned circuit, stated: "The track did not perform as we might have wished in September given the challenging weather during month.
"we have been undertaking remedial strive to address the areas of issue make it possible for united states become prepared for racing for the start of Great Yarmouth's 2016 period. To carry out this we must use the very last of this autumn developing season to ensure that the track is adequately restored prior to the cold temperatures. Consequently we're going to never be hosting our last two fixtures on 20th and 27th October.
"All clients who possess bought a pass for either fixture in October will get a full reimbursement. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and remain grateful for the support shown by horsemen, racegoers and sponsors during this task.
"We are pleased that home directly has gotten positive comments from jockeys on the times we raced come early july. Once we have actually finished the remedial work with the track throughout the cold weather we hope we're going to all be able to enjoy numerous successful seasons of racing at Great Yarmouth inside years into the future."