The freezing weather continues to upset the major racing fixtures.
Today’s meetings at Lingfield and Wetherby have been abandoned, along with tomorrow’s meeting at Taunton.
Lingfield's National Hunt meeting is off due to a partially frozen track.
“We've abandoned. We've had a couple of really hard frosts in a row now,” said clerk of the course Neil MacKenzie Ross.
The National Hunt meeting at Wetherby has been abandoned due to a frozen track. The West Yorkshire venue lost its two-day meeting over Christmas as well.
Clerk of the course Jonjo Sanderson said: “We've lost another meeting I'm afraid.
“Let's hope it gets warmer before our next fixture on January 16,” he added.
Taunton officials announced yesterday that tomorrow’s meeting is off because the course is frozen.
In Ireland, Naas was off yesterday due to the freeze and the meeting at Thurles on Thursday is already in doubt.
The track was still frozen yesterday after temperatures plummeted to minus 8C overnight.
Track Manager Pierce Molony said: “We are expecting a lot more frost over the next few nights, so prospects of racing remain very poor.”
Punchestown officials are monitoring the situation ahead of the meeting scheduled for Saturday.
Course spokesman Richie Galway said: “We put the track back after Thursday's meeting, so if we get a thaw it shouldn't take long for it to be raceable.
“But the forecast is for more frost, so we can only wait and hope that conditions improve later in the week.”