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Horse racing in Britain will resume on Wednesday after a six-day shutdown following an outbreak of equine flu.
Two scheduled jump racing fixtures will go ahead at Musselburgh and Plumpton, alongside the all-weather fixtures at Southwell and Kempton.
Racing was suspended after three cases of equine flu at Donald McCain’s Cheshire stables. Three further cases were later reported at his yard.
A total of 174 racing stables had been placed in lockdown.
More to follow.