(A) Each permit holder conducting running racing under the jurisdiction of the commission shall take and make at its expense a complete film recording or other visual recording of all races run under the permit. The arrangements for said film recordings, or other visual recordings, shall be in a form satisfactory to the Ohio state racing commission, and said recordings shall be developed as soon as possible after the end of any race in order to enable the officials to judge the race and rule on all claims of infractions of the rules and thereby better protect the interest of the public in racing.
(B) Said film recordings shall be made with at least three separate television cameras operated by qualified personnel and located as follows:
(1) In a tower which provides a good head-on view of the entire home stretch;
(2) In a tower which provides a good head-on view of the entire back stretch;
(3) Near the finish line so that it provides a good panoramic view of the start and the entire race.
(C) In order to educate and protect the jockeys at running tracks, such permit holders shall show said visual recordings the day following to all interested jockeys.
(D) When any steward's ruling regarding a riding violation is appealed to the commission, the permit holder shall file with the racing commission, at its request, the film or visual recording of the race.
(E) Each permit holder shall retain the film or visual recording of all races for a minimum period of two years plus the current year.