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Directive No. 096-2019 — All Breeds

Written by Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
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The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows:

Chapter 2: Licensing Rules, Part 1 Racing Officials: Designation and Licensing, Division 2 Other Racing Officials

The following rule is AMENDED to read:

Rule 26 g Identifier and equipment inspector responsibilities

(1) An identifier and equipment inspector is responsible to the paddock judge for preparing and maintaining a card listing

(a) all equipment worn by each horse in a race;

(b) the tattoo number, or if required, other evidence of identification, for each horse racing at the race meeting.

(2) The identifier and equipment inspector must identify each horse that races by checking its lip tattoo or freeze brand, or both, or if required, other evidence of identification, and comparing the equipment actually being used on the horse with the approved equipment listed on the card referred to in subsection (1 ).

(3) The responsibilities described in this section may be performed by two officers, an identifier and an inspector, or when the responsibilities can be competently performed by one person, that person holds the position of identifier and equipment inspector.

Rule 26 g Identifier and equipment inspector responsibilities previously stated:

(1) An identifier and equipment inspector is responsible to the paddock judge for preparing and maintaining a card listing

(a) all equipment worn by each horse in a race;

(b) the tattoo number for each horse racing at the race meeting.

(2) The identifier and equipment inspector must identify each horse that races by checking its lip tattoo or freeze brand, or both, and comparing the equipment actually being used on the horse with the approved equipment listed on the card referred to in subsection (1 ).

(3) The responsibilities described in this section may be performed by two officers, an identifier and an inspector, or when the responsibilities can be competently performed by one person, that person holds the position of identifier and equipment inspector.

Dated at the City of Edmonton
in the Province of Alberta
this 25th day of June, 2019

Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
Horse Racing Alberta

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