3769-5-30 Publish performance.

(A) Every commission licensee exercising a horse shall, upon request of an official timer, correctly identify the horse he is exercising and shall state the distance over which such horse is to be worked and the point on the race track where it is intended to start the workout.

(B) Every commission licensee exercising a horse that has not started in the last year shall report to the official timer, correctly identify the horse he is exercising and shall state the distance over which such horse is to be worked and the point on the race track where it is intended to start the workout.

(C) Any horse starting for the first time must have a minimum of three workouts, one of which must be from the starting gate.

(D) Before any horse is permitted to start, the stewards shall be satisfied that its published past performance, whether in races or workouts, shall be of sufficient number to enable the public to make a reasonable assessment of its capabilities.

(E) Any horse which has not raced for a period of sixty days must have at least one published workout prior to starting in a race, subject to the provisions in paragraph (D) of this rule. Any horse which has not raced for a period of ninety days must have at least two published workouts prior to starting in a race, subject to the provisions of paragraph (D) of this rule.

(F) No horse may be permitted to start in a race whose recent workouts have not been properly recorded with the stewards.

Effective: 07/02/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/10/2009 and 09/09/2014
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3769.03
Rule Amplifies: 3769.03
Prior Effective Dates: 3/15/66, 1/1/85, 1/1/05