3769-17-29 Disorderly conduct.

(A) The following shall constitute disorderly conduct and be reason for any penalty of a driver or trainer as provided by these rules:

(1) Failure to obey the judges' orders that are expressly authorized by the rules of this commission;

(2) Failure to drive when programmed unless excused by the judges;

(3) Drivers shall not use intoxicants or drugs of any type during the racing day and shall be disciplined if they fail to report sober and in fit condition to fulfill their engagements. Drivers may be granted permission by the judges to use drugs prescribed by a physician;

(4) Appearing in the paddock in an unfit condition to drive;

(5) Fighting;

(6) Assaults;

(7) Offensive and profane language;

(8) Smoking on the track in silks during actual racing hours;

(9) Warming-up a horse prior to racing without silks;

(10) Disturbing the peace;

(11) Refusal to take a breath test when directed by the presiding judge;

(12) Extended conversations between drivers before, during, or after a race, or while warming up, unless there is an emergency.

(B) The following shall constitute disorderly conduct and be reason for any penalty of any licensee as provided by theses rules:

(1) Failure to obey the judges' orders that are expressly authorized by the rules of this commission;

(2) Fighting;

(3) Assaults;

(4) Offensive and profane language;

(5) Disturbing the peace;

(6) Refusal to take a breath test when directed by the presiding judge;

(7) Having a horse on the track during racing hours with no saddle pad or an incorrect saddle pad.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/22/2011 and 09/15/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3769.03
Rule Amplifies: 3769.03
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/85, 1/1/87, 8/1/91, 10/1/06