sport news Fear over the future of jump racing at Southwell due to two fatalities 

Fear over the future of jump racing at Southwell after the BHA suspended it until further notice due to two fatalities at Thursday's meeting The future of jump racing at Southwell is in doubt following two fatalities  At Thursday's meeting, Cillian's Well and Day of Roses both died  BHA suspended racing at Southwell and will now conduct an investigation BHA are investigating after the deaths of six horses at the venue since July 

By Marcus Townend for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 23:55 BST, 3 September 2020

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The future of jump racing at Southwell is in doubt after the BHA suspended it until further notice after two fatalities at Thursday's meeting.

The BHA were already conducting an investigation after the deaths of six horses at the Nottinghamshire venue owned by the Arena Racecourse Company (ARC) since National Hunt racing resumed there on July 1 after the COVID-19 shut down.

The BHA veterinary team and course inspectors will now be searching for any common factors to the fatal injuries.

The future of jump racing at Southwell is in doubt after two fatalities at Thursday's meeting

The future of jump racing at Southwell is in doubt after two fatalities at

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