|Section 17||HORSE RACING ALBERTA ACT||RSA 2000||Chapter H-11.3|
(vi) any documents, records, objects and things used in respect of race horses or the conduct of horse racing;
(b) on, at or near a race track, on demand, take samples of fluids, material, substances and objects from or used in respect of race horses;
(c) on, at or near a race track, on demand, take samples of breath and body fluids from racing participants;
(d) carry out inspections of
(i) off track wagering facilities,
(ii) facilities at which the simulcast of horse racing takes place, and
(iii) any documents, records, objects and things used in respect of off track wagering facilities or the simulcast of horse racing.
(2) A racing official may act under subsection (1) for the purposes of
(a) administering this Act,
(b) fostering compliance with this Act,
(c) fostering the safety and health of race horses and persons engaged in horse racing, and
(d) fostering the fair and proper conduct of horse racing and the protection of the public.
(3) The Corporation may designate those racing officials who may carry out inspections and other functions and duties under subsection (1).
1996 cR-1.5 s16
17(1) A racing official designated under subsection (3) may do one or more of the things referred to in subsection (2) if the racing official suspects that
(a) the safety or health of a race horse is in jeopardy,
(b) a substance that is prohibited under the rules or any enactment has been administered to a race horse,