The Chelmsford meeting was abandoned after the first match due to bad weather.
The fog hit the Essex track and the decision was made for safety reasons.
Jockeys Liam Kenary, James Doyle and Robert Howlin participated in the inspection with several coaches and course officers, where visibility was found to be very poor.
Howlin won the opening race of the eight race cards scheduled for Miss Finland (85-40), coached by John Gosden.
A spokesman for the Chelseford Racecourse tweeted: “Unfortunately, due to heavy snow around the racecourse, the rest of today’s race was abandoned for safety reasons.
“The safety of all participants is paramount. We apologize for any inconvenience.”
The British Horsing Authority announced on Monday that FitzDayers Club Loves the Peterborough Chase will be rescheduled.
A meeting scheduled to take place in Huntingdon on Sunday was adjourned but it was moved to Cardinal on Friday in Cheltenham.
The eight-match event will start at 11.30am with the new match, at its original 2m4f distance at 1.50pm.
Nicki Henderson has suggested that the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase could be a fitting match for the Altiers who do not attend if they are running in Tonton.
The trained Seven Barrows confirmed that the 10-year-old will reappear around Christmas.
“The Altiers will not enter. We do not need two and a half miles around Cheltenham,” he said.
“He’s going to Compton at Christmas.”
Stablemate Top Notch is expected to work with the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup on Saturday with Mr. Fisher.