Lingfield, Kempton and Limerick on
This afternoon's meetings at Lingfield, Kempton and Limerick have been given the go-ahead by officials but Ayr will check again.
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Lingfield's clerk of the course Neil Mackenzie Ross called an inspection for 7am due to the threat of overnight snow.
However, Mackenzie Ross reports the track to be ready for action, with the going described as standard.
Kempton had planned to inspect at 10am due to the forecast for overnight snow, but the track is reported to be fit to race.
They had lost their last two meetings, on Sunday and Monday, due to snow and ice.
Officials at Limerick had planned to check conditions at 8am but were able to give the meeting the thumbs up earlier than planned.
Horse Racing Ireland tweeted: "Limerick will go ahead today following track inspection, ground remains heavy."