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

The pageant was set to take area concerning nine-twelve July, but event organisers are looking to transfer the pageant to the end of summer time relatively than terminate the event completely. Tickets that have currently been procured will continue being valid when a new date has been set, organisers verified.

The Duke of Richmond, owner of the Goodwood Estate, reported: “Over the very last several weeks, we have been doing the job alongside one another with absolutely everyone involved to comprehend the viability of the Competition of Pace likely forward in July. Due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus danger and not realizing no matter whether the predicament will have noticeably enhanced 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 take area on eleven-13 September, will be in a position to go forward as planned. Nevertheless, the predicament is under constant critique. 

“These are spectacular and unbelievable moments but they will move and we are currently attempting to imagine about just how exciting it is likely to be to welcome you all back to Goodwood for what probably may be the ‘Greatest Celebration Ever”, the Duke of Richmond added.

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