Monday, 22 March 2021 13:58

Directive No. 175-2021 — All Breeds

Written by Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer Horse Racing Alberta

DIRECTIVE NO. 175-2021- ALL BREEDS

The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows:

Chapter 3: General Horse Racing Rules, Part 3 Horse Racing Misconduct, Division 2 Rule Violations

The following Rule 292 g is AMENDED to read:

Rule 292 g Prohibition on entry

(1) If on the race day or at any other time a *horse tests positive in Alberta for any of the following classes of drugs, the horse shall be declared by the *judges/stewards board to be ineligible to race for 90 days after the date of identification of the horse with the positive test, and will be placed on the *judges/stewards list:

(a) Class I;
(b) Class 11;
(c) Class Ill.

(2) If a horse tests positive in a jurisdiction outside Alberta for any of the following classes of drugs, the horse shall be declared by the judges/steward board to be ineligible to race in Alberta for 90 days after the date of identification of the horse with the positive test:

(a) Class I;
(b) Class II;
(c) Class III.

Rule 292 g Prohibition on entry previously stated

(1) If on the race day or at any other time a *horse tests positive in Alberta for any of the following classes of drugs, the horse may be declared by the *judges/stewards board to be ineligible to race ·for a period of up to 90 days after the date of identification of the horse with the positive test, and will be placed on the *judges/stewards list:

(a) Class I;
(b) Class II;
(c) Class III.

(2) If a horse tests positive in a jurisdiction outside Alberta for any of the following classes of drugs, the horse may be declared by the judges/steward board to be ineligible to race in Alberta for a period of 90 days after the date of identification of the horse with the positive test:

(a) Class I;
(b) Class II;
(c) Class III.

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