(A) An applicant for an apprentice jockey license, an assistant trainer license, a jockey license, or a trainer license must be at least eighteen years of age or older.
(B) An applicant for an exercise rider license must be at least sixteen years of age, and if under eighteen years of age, must have written consent of a parent or guardian. Before such license is granted, the commission, or a board of stewards acting in its behalf, shall ascertain that the applicant has suitable qualifications and aptitude to hold an exercise rider's license.
(C) All other applicants for a license must be sixteen years of age or older; provided, however, the commission may grant a license to a person younger than sixteen years of age who is working on a permit holder's premises for his or her parents, or legal guardian, only. Any such license application for a person under the age of sixteen must be signed by his or her parent or legal guardian in the presence of one or more of the track stewards.
(D) The application for an owner's license by a person under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by a notarized statement from their parent or guardian indicating said parent or guardian assumes responsibility for meeting all financial, contractual or other obligations relating to all racing activities of said applicant.
(E) The Commission or its designee, for cause, may restrict, limit, or place conditions on any license, including probationary status.