Scottish Racing Back On June 22

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Scotland's Ayr Racecourse | Racing Post

Scottish racing is making plans to resume on June 22 behind closed doors with a meeting at Ayr. A provisional list of Scottish fixtures has been published through August, and discussions are taking place between Scottish Racing and the Scottish Government to support the fixtures as Scotland plans to exit lockdown.

With racing still expected to begin again in England on June 1, the British Horseracing Authority has released further details on the screening processes for personnel planning to attend race meetings. As part of the declaration process, trainers and their staff must complete online education modules and health questionnaires and on-course screening. A guide to completing the requirements can be found here.

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