The 73rd British Bred Two Year Old Produce Stakes – originally advertised for 72 runners – will be a 48 runner event.
Racing manager Clive Oseman said: “We originally had 50 or 51 runners but we have already been notified of some lame or in-season entries so obviously there will be no need for a qualifying session next week.”
Fastest on Tuesday’s trial session was Liz McNair’s King Idol in 29.04 (-50) though John Mullins’ Romeo Rumble clocked 29.05 on going rated -50.
The event gets underway on Saturday July 13 and concludes a fortnight later with a final win pool of £28,000 including £15,000 to the winner and £2,000 to the winning breeder.
The Swindon racing office have confirmed that the new ‘approved’ distance of 515 metres is a temporary trip being used to test traps prior to the shortening of the track. The distances for the new circuit are still to be verified.