Scheduled meetings at Kelso and Down Royal have been abandoned due to a frozen track, but racing is set to go ahead at Southwell and Wolverhampton.
Winter conditions have wreaked havoc on racing across the UK and Ireland over the last few weeks, with Kelso and Down Royal the latest to fall victim.
However, there is still plenty of action to get stuck into on Tuesday with 15 races set to take place across cards at Southwell and Wolverhampton.
Southwell gets the ball rolling with a six-race meeting between 13:25 and 15:55, while Betfred is offering punters an extra place in the opener.
Custard The Dragon (4/1 Bombardier March To Your Own Drum Handicap) has enjoyed a huge amount of success at Southwell and will look to contend that trend in the 14:55 contest on Tuesday.
John Mackie’s charge has recorded seven of his nine career victories at this venue, while the eight-year-old often tends to perform in January and has placed on his six outings in this month.
Meanwhile, Luscifer (11/2 Bombardier British Hopped Amber Beer Handicap) also offers interest in the 7f contest at 14:25.
It looks to be a very competitive race with six runners, who boast no fewer than 15 wins between them, battling it out for top honours.
However, Luscifer looks to be the biggest draw after a fine end to 2020, winning three of his five starts and placing in the other two during that sequence.
Wolverhampton’s nine-race card gets going at 15:10 and closes at 19:10, with an extra place available in the opener, 16:10 and 18:10.
Horn Of Plenty (10/3 Betway Handicap) scored over course and distance in November, beating Green Planet by two-and-three-quarter-lengths and has to be fancied in the 16:10.
After winning on debut in November, Majestic Tejaan (5/2 fav Ladbrokes Watch Racing Online For Free Handicap) gave Oo De Lally a fright when coming home a close second at Newcastle last time out.
The three-year-old looks to have plenty in the tank and should be able to rise to the occasion against six rivals over 7f 36y in the 18:40.