The clerk of course shall:
(A) At the request of judges assist in drawing positions;
(B) Keep the judges' book provided by the "United States Trotting Association" and the record therein:
(1) All horses entered and their electronic eligibility numbers;
(2) Names of owners and drivers and drivers' license numbers.
(C) Record the charted lines at commercial meetings and fairs if available. At fairs, record the position of the horses at the finish. At all race meetings, record the money won by the horse at that track;
(D) Note drawn or ruled out horses;
(E) Record time in minutes, seconds and fifths of seconds;
(F) Check electronic eligibility before the race and after the race enter all information provided for therein, including the horse's position in the race if it was charted;
(G) Verify the correctness of the judges' book including race time, placing and money winnings, reasons for disqualifications, if any, and see that the book is properly signed;
(H) Forward judges' book, charts and marked programs from all meetings the day following each racing day.