The Goodwood Competition of Pace, thanks to get area in July, has been postponed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pageant was established to get area among nine-twelve July, but party organisers are searching to transfer the pageant to the end of summer months alternatively than terminate the party altogether. Tickets that have now been purchased will continue to be valid when a new day has been established, organisers confirmed.
The Duke of Richmond, owner of the Goodwood Estate, said: “Over the very last several weeks, we have been performing alongside one another with everybody involved to fully grasp the viability of the Competition of Pace going in advance in July. Owing to the uncertainty of the coronavirus risk and not realizing irrespective of whether the situation will have substantially improved by then, we regrettably need to postpone the Competition of Pace in July.”
Organisers are hopeful that the Goodwood Revival, which is established to get area on eleven-thirteen September, will be ready to go in advance as planned. On the other hand, the situation is less than regular assessment.
“These are dramatic and unbelievable periods but they will pass and we are now attempting to assume about just how thrilling it’s going 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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