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58 Pa. Code § 163.229. Horses in the track.

§ 163.229. Horses in the track.

 (a)  After the horses enter the track, the jockey may not dismount and the horse is not entitled to the care of an attendant without consent of the stewards or the starter.

 (b)  After entering the track, not more than 12 minutes shall be consumed in the parade of the horses to the post except in case of unavoidable delay. After passing the stand once, horses will be allowed to break formation and canter, warm up or go as they please to the post. When horses have reached the post, they shall be started without unnecessary delay.

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