Plans are being made for racing to recommence in Scotland at Ayr on June 22, subject to Government approval.
No racing has taken place in Britain since March 17, although it is hoped action will resume behind closed doors at Newcastle on Monday.
An update to trainers from the cross-industry Resumption of Racing Group on Thursday said: “Scottish Racing has today confirmed that it is making plans for resumption of racing behind closed doors on Monday June 22, in accordance with the Scottish Government’s route map for exiting lockdown.
“Discussions are taking place between Scottish Racing and the Scottish Government to support these provisional fixtures, during Phase 2 of public health restrictions.
“This is a provisional schedule to assist with your planning, which remains subject to the public health situation in Scotland and the ongoing discussions with the Scottish Government.”