The Goodwood Competition of Pace, owing to consider put in July, has been postponed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pageant was set to consider put among nine-12 July, but party organisers are wanting to transfer the pageant to the conclusion of summer months fairly than cancel the party completely. Tickets that have now been ordered will continue being legitimate when a new day has been set, organisers verified.

The Duke of Richmond, owner of the Goodwood Estate, stated: “Over the final couple weeks, we have been functioning alongside one another with absolutely everyone associated to have an understanding of the viability of the Competition of Pace likely in advance in July. Owing to the uncertainty of the coronavirus risk and not realizing regardless of whether the situation will have considerably improved by then, we unfortunately have to have to postpone the Competition of Pace in July.”

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Organisers are hopeful that the Goodwood Revival, which is set to consider put on 11-13 September, will be able to go in advance as planned. On the other hand, the situation is less than constant critique. 

“These are remarkable and unbelievable times but they will go and we are now hoping to believe about just how fascinating it is likely to be to welcome you all back to Goodwood for what potentially might be the ‘Greatest Event Ever”, the Duke of Richmond additional.

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