PIEDMONT POINT-TO-POINT and Hunter Pace, both scheduled for March 21, have been cancelled.
THE FOXHALL FARM CUP TEAM CHASE, scheduled for March 22,has been cancelled.
MR. STEWART'S CHESHIRE FOXHOUNDS ended its season early and is no longer hunting, and the Cocktail Party, scheduled for March 28 to celebrate the Point-to-Point, has been rescheduled for May 30.
CHESHIRE POINT-TO-POINT, originally scheduled for March 29, will be held Sunday, June 7th at the Willowdale race course.
WINTERTHUR STEEPLECHASE, scheduled for Sunday, May 3, has been cancelled.
THE TATTERSALLS Ascot March Sale, originally scheduled for Thursday, Mar. 19, has been cancelled, the sales company announced on Tuesday.
BRITISH RACING was suspended until the end of April following changes in government guidelines in battling the coronavirus
THE VIRGINIA GOLD CUP in The Plains, Va., originally scheduled for Saturday May 2, has been postponed to June 20.
All pre-purchased tickets for May 2 will be honored on June 20.
THE IROQUOIS STEEPLECHASE, originally scheduled for May 9, has beenl postponed to June 27.
All tickets and reservations for the original date will be honored on June 27
PENN NATIONAL RACING has been suspended.
THE GI KENTUCKY DERBY has been rescheduled from May 2 to Sept. 5 and the GI KENTUCKY OAKS has been moved from May 1 to Sept. 4 due to the coronavirus.
FASIG-TIPTON MIDLANTIC 22-YEAR-OLDS IN TRAINING SALE, originally scheduled for May 18-19, will be held May 26-27 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md.
The under tack show will be conducted Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 21-23.
THE NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE, consistent with the USEF position based on concerns about COVID-19, will not sanction classes at any horse shows held during the next 30 days. Should any horse shows present “NAL” classes, the NAL will not grant points or count them in league standings.
THE NEW YORK RACING ASSOCIATION announced its intention to continue to offer live racing, beginning Friday, March 20, as scheduled at Aqueduct Racetrack.
Since March 12, 2020, NYRA has conducted live racing without fan attendance.
This announcement comes following consultation with the New York State Gaming Commission (NYSGC) and adheres to New York's ban on public gatherings of more than 50 people, as no live audience is permitted.