All you need to know for today's racing as Hereford succumbs to frost
Fontwell will stage the only turf racing in the UK on Monday after frost claimed Hereford's card shortly before 9am on the morning of racing.
Heavy rain had put the Fontwell fixture under threat but a break in the wet weather enabled the track to become raceable again so it can stage a six-race card.
At Hereford, where vulnerable areas had been covered to try to stave off the impact of a dip in temperatures, the mercury went as low as -4.5C overnight and had not sufficiently recovered by the time officials staged an inspection, which was scheduled for 9am but called shortly before.
Once Fontwell ends, there is an all-weather card from Wolverhampton, where a conditions stakes over the extended 1m1f is the feature.
Fontwell - first race 1.15
Heavy, soft in places on hurdles course; soft, heavy in places on chase course (GoingStick 5.7 on Monday at 6.30)
Rail movements will add 153yds to the 2.15 and 102yds to all others
Hereford - cancelled due to frost
Wolverhampton - 4.15
Fontwell 1.15 My Dance 9-2 (from 6-1)
Wolverhampton 4.45 Lucky Lodge 6-1 (from 12s)
Wolverhampton 4.45 Bell Heather 17-2 (from 16s)
Wolverhampton 7.45 Beatbybeatbybeat 6-1 (from 11s)
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