Ballarat Turf Club chief executive officer Lachlan McKenzie has no concerns about having the Dowling Forest grass track ready for Grand National Steeplechase day in August.
He said although a section of the circuit had been declared unfit for flat racing on Sunday after heavy rain, there would have been no issues about having a jumps program on it.
McKenzie said conditions would have been ideal for jumps racing.
A race meeting scheduled to be run on the BTC turf was relocated to Echuca after an inspection by stewards on Thursday.
The transfer was a result of sections shortly after the winning post and at the 1700m mark being wetter than other areas of the course.
McKenzie said only two 2000m races would have been impacted, but to retain the planned program the shift had been made.
He said while ideally the BTC would have liked to have retained Sunday's meeting and run it on the new synthetic, the move to keep it on turf had been made in the interests of the industry.
This is the third meeting transferred from the BTC's turf track since last month, with the previous two going ahead on the club's new Polytrack all-weather surface.
Ballarat has an eight-race meeting on the synthetic track on Tuesday.
The $350,000 Grand National Steeplechase, 4500m, will be the marquee event on an all-jumps day in Ballarat on Sunday, August 25.
The program also features the $125,000 JJ Houlahan Hurdle, 3200m, and $50,000 Gotta Take Care Hurdle, 4000m.
There will also be a maiden hurdle, 3400m, maiden hurdle, 3200m, and benchmark120 steeplechase, 3200m.