Owners will not return to Irish racecourses as planned after a delay to the Irish government's lockdown-lifting roadmap.
Horse Racing Ireland has announced the resumption of racing with coronavirus protocols involving trainers, jockeys and racecourse staff.
A provisional program for the resumption of racing has been published by the British Horseracing Authority.
The Galway Festival will be held behind closed doors, if it goes ahead as planned.
Racing in Ireland is set to remain on hold following an extension of lockdown restrictions by the Irish government.
The Irish National Hunt season has officially ended with the news the Fairyhouse and Punchestown Festivals will not be rescheduled.
The board of Horse Racing Ireland believes the experience of holding closed-shop meetings could help when the sport is back up and running.
Racing in Ireland has been suspended along with all other sports following an announcement from the Irish government.
Multiple Grade One-winning trainer Paul Nolan is among those backing Horse Racing Ireland's decision to let the sport continue behind closed doors.
Horse Racing Ireland is the latest jurisdiction to close meetings to the public because of the coronavirus
Kemboy is eligible to race again, after Horse Racing Ireland announced it will accept entries for horses formerly owned by the Supreme Horse Racing Club.
Horse Racing Ireland has has denied all registrations of horses under the ownership of Supreme Horse Racing Club which has failed to provide information.
Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Kemboy could be barred for the foreseeable future following a ban on entries of horses registered by the ownership syndicate..
Pat Smullen has ruled out riding in his charity race at the Irish Champions Weekend after a health setback.