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Fakenham set to stage Friday fixture as racing shutdown is lifted




Racing action looks set to resume at Fakenham on Friday after the shutdown imposed by an outbreak of equine flu was lifted
Racing action looks set to resume at Fakenham on Friday after the shutdown imposed by an outbreak of equine flu was lifted

Racing at Fakenham looks set to go ahead as planned later this week following the lifting of the sport's equine flu shutdown.

Late last night, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) announced fixtures would resume tomorrow, six days after the first cases of the virus were confirmed.

The shutdown had led to fears that Fakenham's Lycetts Raceday meeting this Friday would also become a casualty of the outbreak.



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