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The Orders and Rules of Racing

Race Administration Manual (F)


PART 4 - SELLING RACES AND CLAIMING RACES

52. The Advertised Claiming Price

52.1 The Advertised Claiming Price, in relation to a Claiming Race or Selling Race, is the claiming price at which a horse may be claimed in accordance with the conditions of the race and which in respect of each entry, is advertised in the racecard and on the Racing Administration Internet Site.
52.2 With regard to a Claiming Race

52.2.1 the maximum Advertised Claiming Price must not be less than the advertised Prize Money, and
52.2.2 the minimum Advertised Claiming Price must not be less than £2,000.

52.3 With regard to a Selling Race run at a meeting, the Advertised Claiming Price must not be less than the advertised selling price of the winner.
52.4 A weight allowance in accordance with the conditions of the race shall be included when the Owner is prepared to accept an Advertised Claiming Price below the maximum permissible Advertised Claiming Price laid down in the conditions of the race.
52.5 The Advertised Claiming Price is subject to VAT, where applicable.
52.6 Any premium (plus VAT) levied on the Advertised Claiming Price must be stated in the conditions of the race.
52.7 Where the only claim for a horse is a claim made in the name of the Owner no premium shall be levied on the Advertised Claiming Price.