Curragh's Alleged Stakes Meeting Rescheduled For April 20

Point Lonsdale: won the Alleged Stakes last year |

Due to the continuing inclement weather which has led to a series of recent fixture cancellations, Horse Racing Ireland has announced a number of rescheduled meetings, starting with the G3 Curragh's Alleged S. meeting being moved to Saturday, April 20.

This meeting replaces the April 6 meeting at the Curragh which was lost to the weather. Entries for this meeting will close by noon next Tuesday, April 16 with declarations to run to be made by 10am on Thursday, April 18.   

As the Curragh is also scheduled for Sunday, April 21, this will now become a two-day weekend meeting with seven races programmed on each day. To facilitate this, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF 3-Y-O Maiden is deleted from the Sunday card and is transferred to the Saturday card. 

In addition, Navan will stage an all-Flat card on Tuesday, May 7. This meeting will replace the Navan meeting which was originally scheduled for Tuesday, April 9. Entries for this meeting will close by noon on Thursday, May 2 with declarations to run to be made by 10am on Sunday, May 5.


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