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The Orders and Rules of Racing

Race Administration Manual (F)


PART 4 - SELLING RACES AND CLAIMING RACES

59. Restrictions after sale

59.1 No claimant may sell a horse he has successfully claimed to another Person until the earlier of

59.1.1 the honouring of the payment of the Advertised Claiming Price, or
59.1.2 the expiry of the period of 16 days starting on the date of the meeting when the horse was claimed.

59.2 For the period of 6 months starting with the day a horse is successfully claimed, the horse may not return to the care or control of the Trainer in whose name it ran except where

59.2.1 the claim is made in the name of the Owner in whose name the horse ran,
59.2.2 only one claim was submitted for the horse, or
59.2.3 within that period, the horse is

59.2.3.1 the subject of a successful claim in a subsequent Claiming or Selling Race,
59.2.3.2 sold at public auction, or
59.2.3.3 sold at an auction in a Selling Race.

59.3 For the period of 6 months starting with the day a horse is successfully claimed, the horse may not be entered or run in a race if it is gifted, sold or leased (either entirely or in part) to the previous Owner or any of the unsuccessful claimants except where

59.3.1 the claim is made in the name of the Owner in whose name the horse ran, or
59.3.2 within that period, the horse is
59.3.2.1 the subject of a successful claim in a subsequent Claiming or Selling Race,
59.3.2.2 sold at public auction, or
59.3.2.3 sold at an auction in a Selling Race.

59.4 Where a horse has been entered or run in a race in contravention of Paragraph 59.3,

59.4.1 the successful claimant and the person to whom the horse has been gifted, sold or leased shall be liable to a financial penalty by the Authority, and
59.4.2 the horse may be suspended from running until such time as the Authority is satisfied that the ownership of the horse is no longer in breach of the Rule.