Tuesday, 31 March 2020 16:39

Directive No. 115-2020 — All Breeds

The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows:

Chapter 3: General Horse Racing Rules, Part 4 Claiming Rules

The following Rule 317 g is AMENDED to read:

Rule 317 g Claimants

(1) The following persons may make a claim for a race horse in a claiming race:

(a) a licensed owner who has a race horse on the grounds registered to race at the race meeting in which the claim is to be made;

(b) a licensed owner who does not actually own a race horse but whose license application has been approved by the judges/stewards board;

(c) any other person whose application for an owner's license has been approved, and who is the holder of a claim certificate issued by the judge/stewards board.

(2) Licensed owners may claim for themselves alone or in partnership.

(3) Any person or the authorized agent of such person who holds a current valid HORSE RACING ALBERTA licence may claim any horse, or any person who has properly applied for and been granted a claiming certificate shall be permitted to claim any horse. Any person or authorized agent eligible to claim a horse shall be allowed access to the grounds of the Association in order to affect a claim at the designated place of making claims and to take possession of the horse claimed.

Rule 317 g Claimants previously stated:

( 1) The following persons may make a claim for a race horse in a claiming race:

(a) a licensed owner who has a race horse on the grounds registered to race at the race meeting in which the claim is to be made;

(b) a licensed owner who does not actually own a race horse but whose license application has been approved by the judges/stewards board;

(c) any other person whose application for an owner's licence has been approved, and who is the holder of a claim certificate issued by the judges/steward board.

(2) Licensed owners may claim for themselves alone or in partnership.

(3) No person, other than an authorized agent, may claim a horse for or on behalf of any other person and, for the purposes of these rules, a person making a claim by merely executing the claim declares to be claiming on that person's own account.

Dated at the City of Edmonton
in the province of Alberta
this 23 day of March , 2020

Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer
Horse Racing Alberta

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