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Directive No. 196-2023 — All Breeds

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

Chapter 3: General Horse Racing Rules, Part 2 Race Meetings \ Division 2 Entries and Nominations

The following rules are AMENDED to read:

160 g Horses owned or trained by the same person

(1) In all *races except *sweepstakes, not more than two (2) *horses owned or trained by the same interest may be entered in the same race, except when, the third (3) horse;

(i) “A” Circuit tracks the third horse makes the field larger than seven (7) horses,

(ii) “B” Circuit tracks the third horse makes the race field larger than six (6) horses,

(iii) “C” Circuit tracks the third horse makes the race field larger than four (4) horses.

If the race overfills and is not divided, the third entry holds no preference over any single or double entries. The second part of the entry, if the race overfills and is not divided, the second part of the *entry will be:

(a) if running in different ownership to the first part, preferred over a single entry but only if it has superior preference to the single entry, or

(b) if the entry has common ownership, the second part must not start to the exclusion of a single entry unless the single entry is an in-today, in which case they would draw to get into the race.

(2) If the second part of an entry is an in-today, all other interests will have preference to it in drawing into the race.

160 t Horses owned or trained by the same person currently states:

(1) In all *races except *sweepstakes, not more than 2 *horses owned or trained by the same interest may be entered in the same race and, if the race overfills and is not divided, the second part of the entry will be:

(a) if running in different ownership to the first part, preferred over a single entry but only if it has superior preference to the single entry, or

(b) if the entry has common ownership, the second part must not start to the exclusion of a single entry unless the single entry is an in-today, in which case they would draw to get into the race.

(2) If the second part of an entry is an in-today, all other interests will have preference to it in drawing into the race.

Dated in the City of Edmonton
in the Province of Alberta
this 4th day of April 2023.

Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
HORSE RACING ALBERTA

 

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