There are concerns over Wednesday's card at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival, with wind speeds expected to reach up to 50 mph over Gloucestershire.
Clerk of the course Simon Claisse said "We wanted to give an early insight into conditions for tomorrow as the forecast is looking challenging with strong, gusting winds throughout
We are officially less than two weeks away from the first day of the world famous Cheltenham Festival, where the good and great of the jumps racing world descend on Gloucestershire to test their might at Prestbury Park.
Four days, 28 races and a lot of Guinness - it can only be
Bishops Cleeve manager Stephen Cleal admits that he would rather be in local rival Brimscombe & Thrupp's shoes instead of his side's as the Hellenic Premier title race enters into the final 10 games of the season.
The Mitres find themselves in joint 2nd with Wantage Town and 9 points behind
Cirencester Town manager Charlie Griffin expects his side to face a difficult question of their play-off credentials when they travel to Thatcham Town this weekend.
The Centurions go into Saturday's trip to Berkshire having taken 7 points out of a possible 9 in February and they know a win at
Brimscombe & Thrupp manager Sam Prior has praised his side after their comeback victory against local rivals Tuffley Rovers on Tuesday night and in particular singled out match winner James Campbell.
The striker, who arrived from fellow Hellenic Premier side Longlevens, scored twice at The Meadow as Brimscombe edged Tuffley 2-1.
Fairford Town manager Jody Bevan says that he is concerned for the wider implications of the game, after he was highly critical of the decision that saw him sent to the stands in last night's loss to Longlevens.
Bevan, who watched his side take the lead at Cinder Lane in the