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Directive No. 097-2019 — All Breeds

Written by Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
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The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows :

Chapter 2: Licensing Rules, Part 2 Racing Participants: Designation and Licensing, Division 1 Racing Participant 's Licences, Subdivision 1 Licensed Veterinarians, Licensed Animal Health Technologists and Unregistered Veterinary Auxiliaries

The following rule is AMENDED to read:

Rule 39 g Treatment log book

(1) A licensed veterinarian must maintain an up-to-date treatment log book recording all veterinary treatment provided by the veterinarian or by a person acting under the veterinarian 's supervision and control, on forms supplied by Horse Racing Alberta or the official veterinarian .

(2) The log book must include

(a) the name of the licensed veterinarian and any person acting under the veterinarian 's supervision and control,

(b) the name and identification of the horse to which veterinary treatment is provided by tattoo number, or if required, other evidence of identification or description, including markings, colour and sex,

(c) an index or key to codes or abbreviations used for drugs, medications and foreign substances, method of administration, and any other information required by the official veterinarian or Horse Racing Alberta,

(d) the name of the trainer,

(e) the place, date and time of treatment, prescription or administration, and

(f) the identification of the drug or medication by generic name and the dosage prescribed or administered .

(3) The log book must be made available to the judges/stewards board, Horse Racing Alberta, or the official veterinarian, on demand, or at the time and place specified by the person requesting it.

Rule 39 g Treatment log book previously stated:

(1) A licensed veterinarian must maintain an up-to-date treatment log book recording all veterinary treatment provided by the veterinarian or by a person acting under the veterinarian 's supervision and control, on forms supplied by Horse Racing Alberta or the official veterinarian.

(2) The log book must include

(a) the name of the licensed veterinarian and any person acting under the veterinarian's supervision and control,

(b) the name and identification of the horse to which veterinary treatment is provided by tattoo number, or description, including markings, colour and sex,

(c) an index or key to codes or abbreviations used for drugs, medications and foreign substances, method of administration, and any other information required by the official veterinarian or Horse Racing Alberta,

(d) the name of the trainer,

(e) the place, date and time of treatment, prescription or administration, and

(f) the identification of the drug or medication by generic name and the dosage prescribed or administered.

(3) The log book must be made available to the judges/stewards board, Horse Racing Alberta, or the official veterinarian, on demand, or at the time and place specified by the person requesting it.

Dated at the City of Edmonton
in the Province of Alberta
this 25th day of June, 2019

Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
Horse Racing Alberta

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