Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Yes, on the Old Course that we start racing on on the Tuesday in three weeks where soft, good, too soft in places. New course is pretty similar, actually, on the cross country, probably a combination of good too soft and soft as well that we're gonna be using on the Wednesday. The outlook at the moment is for the weather to slowly get colder over the next couple of days and then significantly colder next week, but predominantly dry beyond that beyond the next 10 days. Who knows this state? Is it being quite challenging? Winter. You had a lot of testing ground for the meetings. A lot of rain. What's it been like to cope with it? It's been a challenge in terms of getting those courses back in order after a CZ, you say soft and heavy ground November, December and January. But the practice that's been in place for 20 years, plus that Cheltenham is to preserve the ground on the inside purely for the festival on DDE. That is sacrosanct, Onda. Although we may end up with some testing her distance route through the earlier meetings in the season, you can't run the risk of opening up any of that march ground because you're not necessarily going to get any recovery. It all. So you know, we we've got fresh ground on both. Jason. Both heard, of course, is on the old and the new track. So 90% of the tracks that were running on the ground that we're running on, we've not set foot on for 11 to 12 months. So having said that, we've had those very wet conditions and we've had quite a lot of repair work to do through the season. You know, most of the ground that we've run on two dates so far, they're not gonna be on come March.