The Chief Executive at Fakenham was bemoaning the low number of racehorses sent to compete at his course on Tuesday.
Only 32 horses turned up to race at Fakenham. This is an ever increasing problem for the sport. Let us not forget, racecourses have gone out of business in past decades, and even in more recent years. In times past, cities such as Manchester and Birmingham once had their own racecourses.
Fakenham's Chief Executive David Hunter said: "It's very disappointing. It's impossible to know why (this happens). I cannot see where we are going wrong."
The truth . . .
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