(A) Every commercial permit holder shall furnish and maintain at least one ambulance for human use, staffed with two or more qualified emergency medical technicians and/or paramedics. Such ambulance shall be properly and fully equipped, to include a defibrillator and such other equipment as directed from time to time by order of the commission, licensed to operate on public highways, and ready for immediate duty during racing hours and until the days program is completed and such ambulance shall also be on duty for qualifying races or other charted races. Said ambulance shall be located at a point on the permit holder's premises where it can respond to all calls in the shortest possible time. During posted training hours, every commercial permit holder shall make arrangements which are suitable to the commission to have such an ambulance, staffed with qualified personnel, as outlined in the Ohio Revised Code, on a standby basis. The permit holder shall provide written documentation to the commission demonstrating that the response time for such ambulance, in the event of a call, shall be prompt and reasonable.
(B) Every commercial permit holder shall furnish and maintain at least one horse ambulance properly equipped and placed at a location on the permit holder's premises so as to be able to respond to a call in the shortest possible time. This ambulance shall be available for the duration of the meeting.