Albury's transferred meeting remains in considerable doubt for Monday as bushfires continue to ravage the region.
The meeting was moved from Friday due to poor air quality.
Racing NSW revealed the meeting could be in doubt due to the availability of an ambulance, but it was resolved.
Air quality remains the biggest concern.
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Stewards will make a final decision at 7.30am on Monday.
However, if conditions remain similar to the past three days in terms of air quality, there will be no chance of racing.
The first of eight races is scheduled for 1.15pm.
It comes after Gundagai lost its New Year's Day meeting due to poor air quality, while Tumut had its first TAB meeting in 19 years transferred from Saturday to January 18.
Wangaratta was also set to race on Saturday, but had its meeting transferred to Echuca on Monday.