(A) All owners, trainers, driver-trainers, grooms and other persons attendant upon horses shall be under the general supervision of the judges, and they also shall have supervision over all other racing officials and over those parts of the premises of the permit holder used for the conduct of racing. The judges shall have free access to any parts of the premises used for conducting racing.
(B) The judges shall also have general supervision over all other persons licensed by the Ohio state racing commission while such persons are on the premises of a permit holder. Such licensed persons shall include but not be limited to concession, maintenance, mutuel and parking lot employees.
(C) The judges may take disciplinary action against any licensee who has conducted himself/herself in a manner detrimental to the sport of horse racing by the indiscriminate use of profanity, failure to properly perform their duties which directly affect the track patrons, the treatment of patrons or other persons on the track premises in a discourteous manner, or by other actions which are found to be generally unacceptable by patrons and/or the judges.