3769-2-29 Fraudulent or improper practice.

(A) Any license issued by the commission may, after a proceeding before the commission and in compliance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code, be revoked for corrupt, fraudulent or improper practice on the part of the holder, or for conduct detrimental to the best interest of racing.

(B) Any licensee who by any act intentionally attempts to or actually corruptly affects the outcome of a horse race shall be fined one thousand dollars and suspended for one year by the stewards and be referred to the commission for any additional penalty. Upon finding a licensee has committed such an act, the commission may revoke any Ohio state racing commission license(s) held by the licensee for life and/or rule off such licensee from all Ohio race tracks for life.

(C) Any licensee who, even though not directly involved in the act, has knowledge of any act which corruptly affects or attempts to corruptly affect the outcome of a horse race and fails to report said knowledge to the stewards shall be fined one thousand dollars and suspended for one year by the stewards, and be referred to the commission for any additional penalty. Upon finding a licensee has failed to properly report knowledge of such an act, the commission may revoke any Ohio state racing commission license(s) held by the licensee for life and/or rule off such licensee from all Ohio race tracks for life.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/22/2013 and 11/21/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3769.03
Rule Amplifies: 3769.03
Prior Effective Dates: 3/15/66, 1/1/85, 9/16/88, 10/5/98