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Kilmore race meeting abandoned
09 Oct 2017 | Racing Victoria 

Racing Victoria (RV) advised late on Monday afternoon that Monday's race meeting at Kilmore was abandoned due to jockey concerns with a section of track from the 800m to the 300m mark.

Following reports that Hot Girl Wanted had slipped rounding the turn in race one, an inspection of this section of track was carried out by Stewards and jockeys to determine whether it was safe to continue racing.

Despite best efforts by the Kilmore Racing Club to aerate the track, It was concluded by Stewards that in the interests of horse and jockey welfare the meeting be abandoned.

Owners of the 71 horses affected by Monday's abandonment will receive a $515 compensation payment. Trainers who had a runner at Kilmore today will be able to nominate as normal entries for the following meetings.

• Ballarat on 12 October, until 5pm today
• Cranbourne on 13 October, until 10am tomorrow
• Donald on 13 October, until 10am tomorrow
• Caulfield on 14 October, until 10am tomorrow
• Pakenham on 14 October, until 10am tomorrow
• Manangatang on 14 October, until 10 tomorrow
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