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The Kentucky racing car will be held in autumn with the audience, Churchill Downs Speedway Announced on Thursday.
The most famous horse race in the world is usually held in May, and it will now be held from September 1 to September 5. The Kentucky Derby is scheduled to be held on September 5th, the Kentucky Oaks will be held for 3 years, the old stallion-will run one day in advance.
Churchill Downs said it worked with state and local health officials to develop a plan that will allow people to compete in the fear of a coronavirus pandemic.
These precautions include limited ability to move around in outdoor locations with a long history, no one other than personnel is allowed into the barn, and the latest code of conduct, which says that participants are “frequently encouraged” to wear masks and conduct social counseling.
Kevin Flannery, Chairman of Churchill Downs Racecourse, said: “Our team is firmly committed to hosting the best Kentucky Derby ever, and we will take all necessary steps to protect everyone who participates and participates in the Derby Health and safety.”
“In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have established a comprehensive set of operating procedures, including various precautions that should be taken when fans participate in our facilities.” Flanery said.
He added that Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear consulted the racetrack for new guidelines.
Kentucky has not seen a large increase in new cases of coronavirus like some states across the country, although the new cases have stabilized.
Belmont Stakes was held in New York last week without audience and attracted about 4 million viewers on TV. Tiz the Law took the lead at 4-5 odds and won first place. The third and final game of the Triple Crown is Preakness Stakes, scheduled for October 3.
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