810 KAR 1:028. Disciplinary measures and penalties

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/810/001/028reg.htm
Published: 2015

PUBLIC PROTECTION CABINET

Horse Racing Commission

(As Amended at ARRS,

November 10, 2015)

 

      810 KAR 1:028.

Disciplinary measures and penalties.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

230.215, 230.225, 230.260, 230.265, 230.290, 230.300, 230.310, 230.320,

230.361

      STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

KRS 230.215, 230.225, 230.240, 230.260, 230.265, 230.320

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 230.260(8) authorizes the commission to

promulgate necessary and reasonable administrative regulations under which

racing shall be conducted in Kentucky. This administrative regulation

establishes the penalty structure for rule violations and also establishes

disciplinary powers and duties of the stewards and the commission.

 

      Section 1.

Definitions. (1) "Associated person" means the spouse of an inactive

person, or a companion, family member, employer, employee, agent, partnership,

partner, corporation, or other entity whose relationship, whether financial or

otherwise, with an inactive person would give the appearance that the other

person or entity would care for or train a horse or perform veterinarian

services on a horse for the benefit, credit, reputation, or satisfaction of the

inactive person.

      (2) "Class A

drug" means a drug, medication, or substance classified as a Class A drug,

medication, or substance in the schedule.

      (3) "Class B

drug" means a drug, medication, or substance classified as a Class B drug,

medication, or substance in the schedule.

      (4) "Class C

drug" means a drug, medication, or substance classified as a Class C drug,

medication, or substance in the schedule.

      (5) "Class D

drug" means a drug, medication, or substance classified as a Class D drug,

medication, or substance in the schedule.

      (6)

"Companion" means a person who cohabits with or shares living

accommodations with an inactive person.

      (7) "Inactive

person" means a trainer or veterinarian who has his or her license denied

or suspended or revoked for thirty (30) or more days pursuant to 810 KAR

Chapter 1 or KRS Chapter 230.

      (8)

"NSAID" means a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.

      (9) "Primary

threshold" means the thresholds for phenylbutazone, flunixin, and

ketoprofen provided in 810 KAR 1:018, Section 8(1)(a), (b), and (c),

respectively.

      (10)

"Schedule" means the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Uniform Drug,

Medication, and Substance Classification Schedule as provided in 810 KAR 1:040.

      (11)

"Secondary threshold" means the thresholds for phenylbutazone,[

and] flunixin, and ketoprofen provided in 810 KAR 1:018, Section 8(3)(b),

(c) and (d)[and (c)], respectively.

      (12)

"Withdrawal guidelines" means the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission

Withdrawal Guidelines Thoroughbred; Standardbred;[Thoroughbreds,]

Quarter Horse, Appaloosa, and Arabian[Arabians] as

provided in 810 KAR 1:040.

 

      Section 2. General

Provisions. (1) An alleged violation of the provisions of KRS Chapter 230

relating to thoroughbred racing or 810 KAR Chapter 1 shall be adjudicated in

accordance with 810 KAR 1:029, KRS Chapter 230, and KRS Chapter 13B.

      (2) If a drug,

medication, or substance is found to be present in a pre-race or post-race

sample or possessed or used by a licensee at a location under the jurisdiction

of the commission that is not classified in the schedule, the commission may

establish a classification after consultation with either or both of the

Association of Racing Commissioners International and the Racing and Medication

Testing Consortium or their respective successors.

      (3) The stewards

and the commission shall consider any mitigating or aggravating circumstances

properly presented when assessing penalties pursuant to this administrative

regulation. A licensee may provide evidence to the stewards or the commission

that the licensee complied fully with the withdrawal guidelines as a mitigating

factor.

      (4) A licensee

whose license has been suspended or revoked in any racing jurisdiction or a

horse that has been deemed ineligible to race in any racing jurisdiction, shall

be denied access to locations under the jurisdiction of the commission during

the term of the suspension or revocation.

      (5) A suspension

or revocation shall be calculated in Kentucky racing days, unless otherwise

specified by the stewards or the commission in a ruling or order.

      (6) A person

assessed any penalty, including a written warning, pursuant to this

administrative regulation shall have his or her name and the terms of his or

her penalty placed on the official Web site of the commission and the

Association of Racing Commissioners International, or its successor. If an

appeal is pending, that fact shall be so noted.

      (7) A horse

administered a substance in violation of 810 KAR 1:018 may be required to pass

a commission-approved examination as determined by the stewards pursuant to 810

KAR 1:012, Section 10, or be placed on the veterinarian’s list pursuant to 810

KAR 1:018, Section 18.

      (8)(a) A claimed

horse may be tested for the presence of prohibited substances if the claimant

completes the Request for Post-Race Testing of Claimed Horse form and includes

the form in the claim blank envelope, which is deposited in the association’s

claim box. The request shall not be valid if the form is not filled out

completely and included in the claim envelope. The claimant shall bear the

costs of the test. The results of the test shall be reported to the chief state

steward.

      (b) A person who

claims a horse may void the claim if the post-race or TCO2 test indicates a

Class A, B, or C drug violation, or a total carbon dioxide (TC02) level

exceeding thirty-seven (37.0)[37.0] millimoles per liter. If the

claim is voided, the person claiming the horse shall then be entitled to

reimbursement from the previous owner of all reasonable costs associated with

the claiming process and the post-race or TCO2 testing, including the costs of

transportation, board, training, veterinary or other medical services, testing,

and any other customary or associated costs or fees.

      (c) While awaiting

test results, a claimant:

      1. Shall exercise

due care in maintaining and boarding a claimed horse; and

      2. Shall not

materially alter a claimed horse.

      (9) To protect the

racing public and ensure the integrity of racing in Kentucky, a trainer whose

penalty for a Class A violation or for a Class B third offense violation has

not been fully and finally adjudicated may, if stall space is available, be

required to house a horse that the trainer has entered in a race in a

designated stall for the twenty-four (24) hour period prior to post time of the

race in which the horse is entered. If the stewards require the trainer’s horse

to be kept in a designated stall, there shall be twenty-four (24) hour

surveillance of the horse by the association, and the cost shall be borne by

the trainer.

      (10) In addition

to the penalties contained in Section 4 of this administrative regulation for

the trainer and owner, any other person who administers, is a party to,

facilitates, or is found to be responsible for any violation of 810 KAR 1:018

shall be subject to the relevant penalty as provided for the trainer or other

penalty as may be appropriate based upon the violation.

      (11) A veterinarian

who administers, is a party to, facilitates, or is found to be responsible for

any violation of KRS Chapter 230 or 810 KAR Chapter 1 shall be reported to the

Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners and the state licensing Board of

Veterinary Medicine by the stewards.

      (12) In accordance

with KRS 230.320(6), an administrative action or the imposition of penalties

pursuant to this administrative regulation shall not constitute a bar or be

considered jeopardy to prosecution of an act that violates the criminal

statutes of Kentucky.

      (13) If a person

is charged with committing multiple or successive overages involving a Class C

or D drug, the stewards or the commission may charge the person with only one

(1) offense if the person demonstrates that he or she was not aware that

overages were being administered because the positive test results showing the

overages were unavailable to the person charged. In this case, the person

alleging that he or she was not aware of the overages shall bear the burden of

proving that fact to the stewards or the commission.

      (14) If a penalty

for a medication violation requires a horse to be placed on the stewards’ list

for a period of time, the stewards may waive this requirement if ownership of

the horse was legitimately transferred prior to the trainer’s notification by

the commission of the positive test result.

 

      Section 3. Prior

Offenses. A prior offense occurring in Kentucky or any other racing

jurisdiction shall be considered by the stewards and by the commission in assessing

penalties. The stewards shall attach to a penalty judgment a copy of the

offender’s prior record containing violations that were committed both inside

and outside of Kentucky.

 

      Section 4.

Penalties for Class A, B, C, and D Drug Violations and NSAID and Furosemide

Violations. (1) Class A drugs[drug].

      (a) TRAINER



First offense





Second lifetime

offense in any racing jurisdiction





Third lifetime offense

in any racing jurisdiction







 

One (1) to three (3)

year suspension;

 

AND

 

$10,000 to $25,000

fine.





 

Three (3) to five (5)

year suspension;

 

AND

 

$25,000 to $50,000

fine.





 

Five (5) year

suspension to a lifetime ban;

 

AND

 

$50,000 to $100,000

fine.





 

      (b) OWNER



 First offense





Second lifetime

offense in any racing jurisdiction in a horse owned by the same owner





Third lifetime offense

in any racing jurisdiction in a horse owned by the same owner







 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse shall be placed

on the stewards’ list for sixty (60) days and may be required to pass a

commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as determined

by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse shall be placed

on the stewards’ list for 120 days and may be required to pass a

commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as determined

by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Ninety (90) day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$50,000 fine;

 

AND

 

Horse shall be placed

on the stewards’ list for 180 days and may be required to pass a

commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as determined

by the stewards.





 

      (2)(a) The

penalties established in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this subsection shall apply

to the following:

      1. Class B drugs;

      2. Gamma amino

butyric acid in a concentration greater than 110 nanograms per milliliter; and

      3. Cobalt in a

concentration greater than fifty (50) parts per billion[drug].

      (b)[(a)]

TRAINER



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Thirty (30) to sixty

(60) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$500 to $1,000 fine.





 

Sixty (60) to 180 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,000 to $2,500 fine.





 

180 to 365 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$2,500 to $5,000 fine.





 

      (c)[(b)]

OWNER

 



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction in a horse owned by the same

owner





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction in a horse owned by the same owner







 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

[AND]

 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards;

 

AND

 

For a cobalt

violation, the horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list until the horse

tests below twenty-five (25) parts per billion. The owner shall be

responsible for the cost of testing.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse shall be placed

on the stewards’ list for forty-five (45) days and may be required to pass a

commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as determined

by the stewards.





 

      (3)(a) The

penalties established in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this subsection shall apply

to a Class C drug violation and an overage of permitted NSAIDs as follows:

      1. Phenylbutazone

in a concentration greater than five (5.0) micrograms per milliliter[5.0

mcg/ml];

      2. Flunixin in a

concentration greater than 100 nanograms per milliliter[ng/ml];

and

      3. Ketoprofen in a

concentration greater than fifty (50) nanograms per milliliter[50

ng/ml].

      (b) TRAINER

 



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Zero to ten (10) day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$500 to $1,500 fine.





 

Ten (10) to thirty

(30) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,500 to $2,500 fine.

     





 

Thirty (30) to sixty

(60) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$2,500 to $5,000 fine.





 

      (c) OWNER

 



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

offense, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list for forty-five (45) days

and may be required to pass a commission-approved examination before being

eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

$5,000 fine;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

and second offenses, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list for sixty

(60) days and may be required to pass a commission-approved examination

before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

      (4)(a)The

penalties established in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this subsection shall apply

to the following:

      1. Overage of

permitted NSAIDs as follows:

      a. Phenylbutazone

in a concentration greater than two (2) micrograms per milliliter[2

mcg/ml] through five (5) micrograms per milliliter[5 mcg/ml];

      b. Flunixin in a concentration

greater than twenty (20) nanograms per milliliter through 100 nanograms

per milliliter[ng/ml]; and

      c. Ketoprofen in a

concentration greater than two (2) nanograms per milliliter[10 ng/ml]

through fifty (50) nanograms per milliliter[50 ng/ml];

      2. Overage of

furosemide in a concentration greater than 100 nanograms per milliliter[ng/ml];[and]

      3. Furosemide not

identified when notice made that the horse would run on furosemide; and

      4. Cobalt in a

concentration greater than twenty-five (25) parts per billion through fifty (50)

parts per billion.

 

      (b) TRAINER



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Written warning to a

$500 fine.





 

Written warning to a

$750 fine.





 

$500 to $1,000 fine.





 

      (c) OWNER

 



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards;

 

AND

 

For a cobalt

violation, the horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list until the horse

tests below twenty-five (25) parts per billion. The owner shall be

responsible for the cost of testing.





 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards.





 

If same horse as first

and second offenses, disqualification and loss of purse;

 

AND

 

Horse may be required

to pass a commission-approved examination before being eligible to enter as

determined by the stewards.





 

      (d) If a

furosemide violation occurs due solely to the actions or inactions of the

commission veterinarian, then the trainer and owner shall not be penalized.

      (5) Multiple

NSAIDs. Overage of two (2) permitted NSAIDs phenylbutazone, flunixin, and

ketoprofen.

      (a) TRAINER



 





Concentrations of both

permitted NSAIDs above the primary threshold.





Concentrations of one

(1) permitted NSAID above the primary threshold and one (1) above the

secondary threshold.





Concentrations of both

permitted NSAIDs below primary threshold and above secondary threshold.







First offense





Zero to sixty (60) day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$500 to $1,000 fine.

     





Zero to fifteen (15)

day suspension;

 

AND

 

$250 to $750 fine.





Zero to five (5) day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$250 to $500 fine.







Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Sixty (60) to 180 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,000 to $2,500 fine.

     





Fifteen (15) to thirty

(30) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$750 to $1,500 fine.





Five (5) to ten (10)

day suspension;

 

AND

 

$500 to $1,000 fine.

     







Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





180 to 365 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$2,500 to $5,000 fine.

     





Thirty (30) to sixty

(60) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,500 to $3,000 fine.

     





Ten (10) to fifteen

(15) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,000 to $2,500 fine.

     





 

      (b) OWNER

 



 





Concentrations of both

permitted NSAIDs above the primary threshold.





Concentrations of one

(1) permitted NSAID above the primary threshold and one (1) above the

secondary threshold.





Concentrations of both

permitted NSAIDs below primary threshold and above secondary threshold.







First offense





Disqualification and

loss of purse.

     





Disqualification and

loss of purse.

     





No Penalty.







Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Disqualification and

loss of purse.

     





Disqualification and

loss of purse.

     





No Penalty.







Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Disqualification and

loss of purse.





Disqualification and

loss of purse.





No Penalty.





 

      (6) Class D drugs[Drug].

      (a) The penalties

established in paragraph (b) of this subsection shall apply to a Class D drug

violation.

      (b) TRAINER



One (1) to four (4)

offenses within a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Five (5) or more

offenses within a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







Zero to five (5) day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$250 to $500 fine.





Five (5) to ten (10)

day suspension;

 

AND

 

$500 to $1,000 fine.





 

      Section 5. TCO2

Penalties. Penalties for violations of 810 KAR 1:018, Section 20(6), (7), or

(8) shall be as follows:

      (1) TRAINER



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Subsequent offenses

within a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Zero to ninety (90)

day suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,000 to $1,500 fine.





 

Ninety (90) to 180 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,500 to $3,000 fine.





 

180 to 365 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$3,000 to $5,000 fine.





 

One (1) year

suspension to lifetime ban.





 

      (2)[(b)]

OWNER

 



First offense





Second offense within

a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Third offense within a

365-day period in any racing jurisdiction





Subsequent offenses

within a 365-day period in any racing jurisdiction







 

Disqualification and

loss of purse.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

offense, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list from fifteen (15) to

sixty (60) days and may be required to pass a commission-approved examination

before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

and second offenses, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list from sixty

(60) to 180 days and may be required to pass a commission-approved

examination before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as

first, second, and third offenses, horse shall be placed on the stewards’

list from 180 to 365 days and may be required to pass a commission-approved

examination before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

      Section 6. Shock

Wave Machine and Blood Gas Machine Penalties. Penalties for violations of 810

KAR 1:018, Section 20(5), (9), or (10), shall be as follows:

      (1) TRAINER



First offense





Second lifetime

offense in any racing jurisdiction





Third lifetime offense

in any racing jurisdiction







 

Thirty (30) to sixty

(60) day suspension;

 

AND

 

$1,000 to $5,000 fine.





 

Sixty (60) to 180 day

suspension;

 

AND

 

$5,000 to $10,000

fine.





 

180 to 365 day

suspension;

AND

 

$10,000 to $20,000

fine.





 

      (2) OWNER

 



First offense





Second lifetime

offense in any racing jurisdiction





Third lifetime offense

in any racing jurisdiction







 

Disqualification and

loss of purse.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

offense, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list from fifteen (15) to

sixty (60) days and may be required to pass a commission-approved examination

before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

Disqualification and

loss of purse;

 

AND

 

If same horse as first

and second offenses, horse shall be placed on the stewards’ list from sixty

(60) to 180 days and may be required to pass a commission-approved

examination before being eligible to enter as determined by the stewards.





 

      Section 7.

Out-of-Competition Testing. The penalties established in 810 KAR 1:110, Section

8, shall apply to violations involving the prohibited substances and practices

described in Section 2 of that administrative regulation.

 

      Section 8. Persons

with a Suspended or Revoked License. (1) A person shall not train a horse or

practice veterinary medicine for the benefit, credit, reputation, or

satisfaction of an inactive person. The partners in a veterinary practice may

provide services to horses if the inactive person does not receive a pecuniary

benefit from those services.

      (2) An associated

person of an inactive person shall not:

      (a) Assume the

inactive person’s responsibilities at a location under the jurisdiction of the

commission;

      (b) Complete an

entry form for a race to be held in Kentucky on behalf of or for the inactive

person or an owner or customer for whom the inactive person has worked; or

      (c) Pay or advance

an entry fee for a race to be held in Kentucky on behalf of or for the inactive

person or an owner or customer for whom the inactive person has worked.

      (3) An associated

person who assumes the responsibility for the care, custody, or control of an

unsuspended horse owned (fully or partially), leased, or trained by an inactive

person shall not:

      (a) Be paid a

salary directly or indirectly by or on behalf of the inactive person;

      (b) Receive a

bonus or any other form of compensation in cash, property, or other

remuneration or consideration;

      (c) Make a payment

or give remuneration or other compensation or consideration to the inactive

person or associated person; or

      (d) Train or

perform veterinarian work for the inactive person or an owner or customer of

the inactive person at a location under the jurisdiction of the commission.

      (4) A person who

is responsible for the care, training, or veterinarian services provided to a

horse formerly under the care, training, or veterinarian services of an

inactive person shall:

      (a) Bill customers

directly on his or her bill form for any services rendered at or in connection

with any race meeting in Kentucky;

      (b) Maintain a

personal checking account totally separate from and independent of that of the

inactive person to be used to pay expenses of and deposit income from an owner

or client of the inactive person;

      (c) Not use the services,

directly or indirectly, of current employees of the inactive person; and

      (d) Pay bills

related to the care, training, and racing of the horse from a separate and

independent checking account. Copies of the invoices for the expenses shall be

retained for not less than six (6) months after the date of the reinstatement

of the license of the inactive person or the expiration of the suspension of

the inactive person’s license.

 

      Section 9. Other

Disciplinary Measures. (1) A person who violates 810 KAR 1:018, Section 20(2),

shall be treated the same as a person who has committed a drug violation of the

same class, as determined by the commission after consultation with the Equine

Drug Research Council.

      (2) A person who

violates 810 KAR 1:018, Section 20(3), shall be treated the same as a person

who has committed a Class A drug violation.

 

      Section 10.

Disciplinary Measures by Stewards. Upon finding a violation or an attempted

violation of the provisions of KRS Chapter 230 relating to thoroughbred racing or

810 KAR Chapter 1, if not otherwise provided for in this administrative

regulation, the stewards may impose one (1) or more of the following penalties:

      (1) If the

violation or attempted violation may affect the health or safety of the horse

or a participant in a race or may affect the outcome of a race, declare a horse

or a licensee ineligible to race or disqualify a horse or licensee in a race;

      (2) Suspend or

revoke a person’s licensing privileges for a period of time of not more than

five (5) years as may be deemed appropriate by the stewards in keeping with the

seriousness of the violation and the facts of the case;

      (3) Cause a

person, licensed or unlicensed, found to have interfered with, or contributed

toward the interference of the orderly conduct of a race or race meeting, or

person whose presence is found by the stewards to be inconsistent with

maintaining the honesty and integrity of the sport of horse racing to be

excluded or ejected from association grounds or from a portion of association grounds;

or

      (4) Payment of a

fine in an amount not to exceed $50,000 as may be deemed appropriate by the

stewards in keeping with the seriousness of the violation and the facts of the

case.

 

      Section 11.

Disciplinary measures by the commission. Upon finding a violation or an

attempted violation of the provisions of KRS Chapter 230 relating to

thoroughbred racing or 810 KAR Chapter 1, if not otherwise provided for in this

administrative regulation, the commission may impose one (1) or more of the

following penalties:

      (1) If the

violation or attempted violation may affect the health or safety of the horse

or a participant in a race or may affect the outcome of a race, declare a horse

or a licensee ineligible to race or disqualify a horse or licensee in a race;

      (2) Suspend or

revoke a person's licensing privileges for a period of time of not more than

five (5) years as may be deemed appropriate by the commission in keeping with

the seriousness of the violation;

      (3) Eject or

exclude persons from association grounds for a length of time the commission

deems necessary; or

      (4) Payment of a

fine in an amount not to exceed $50,000 as may be deemed appropriate by the

commission in keeping with the seriousness of the violation and the facts of

the case.

 

      Section 12. Incorporation

by Reference. (1) The following material is incorporated by reference:

      (a) "Request

for Post-Race Testing of Claimed Horse", August 2014; and

      (b) "Claim

Blank envelope", 2014.

      (2) This material

may be inspected, copied, or obtained, subject to applicable copyright law, at

the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, 4063 Iron Works Parkway, Building B,

Lexington, Kentucky 40511, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

ROBERT M. BECK, JR.,

Chairman

AMBROSE WILSON IV,

Secretary

      APPROVED BY AGENCY:

September 14, 2015

      FILED WITH LRC:

September 14, 2015 at 4 p.m.

      CONTACT PERSON:

Susan B. Speckert, General Counsel,

Kentucky Horse Racing

Commission, 4063 Iron Works Parkway, Building B, Lexington, Kentucky 40511,

phone (859) 246-2040, fax (859) 246-2039, email Susan.speckert@ky.gov.
Read Entire Law on www.lrc.ky.gov