(A) Every entry must be in the name of a person having an ownership interest in the horse and must be made in writing by such owner, his/her trainer or by the authorized agent of either. The authorized agent must be licensed at the time the entry is received by the race office. The full name of every person having any ownership in a horse or any interest in its winnings must be recorded with the racing secretary before it starts at any meeting.
(B) The judges may call upon any person making entry to prove the extent of his interest in the horse or its winnings or to give proof that the horse entered is not the property, wholly or in part, of any person who is disqualified. If unsatisfied with the proof tendered, they may declare the horse out of the race.
(C) The judges may penalize any failure to comply with this rule and may disqualify any horse which races after being entered in violation of this rule.