Early shower for Bath
Sunday afternoon's meeting at Bath has been abandoned after four races because of "localised flooding", said a course official.
Drainage issues in an area of the weighing room led to the Flat fixture being called off after four races.
A tweet posted by Bath racecourse read: "Abandoned meeting due to localised flooding in the weighing room area."
Jockey Shane Kelly was in action at Bath and said there was "no other alternative" but to abandon.
He said: "The drains were blocked at the bottom of the weighing room where the valets work. It wasn't very pleasant and everyone decided you couldn't possibly work in those conditions.
"Unfortunately for Bath's stewards, there was no other alternative but to call the meeting off. It wasn't us jockeys who said we weren't riding - it was everyone.
"More importantly than anything else, the valets couldn't work in those conditions. Enough was enough and common sense prevailed."