(A) When a horse is sold, its engagements pass to the new owner unless otherwise specified in the terms of the sale; when a horse is claimed out of a claiming or optional claiming race, its engagements pass to the claimant. In no case, however, shall the engagements pass with the horse to a person not in good standing.
(B) Except in cases of horses claimed out of claiming races, no sale of a horse by private agreement or public auction will be recognized if such sale is not evidenced by a bill of sale.
Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 3769-5-41