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58 Pa. Code § 163.230. Accidents from paddock to post.

§ 163.230. Accidents from paddock to post.

 (a)  In case of accident to a jockey, his mount or equipment, the stewards or the starter may permit the jockey to dismount and the horse to be cared for during the delay, and may permit all jockeys to dismount and all horses to be attended during the delay.

 (b)  If a jockey is thrown on the way from the paddock to the post, the horse shall be remounted, return to the point where the jockey was thrown and then proceed over the route of the parade to the post.

 (c)  If the jockey is so injured on the way to the post as to require another jockey, the horse shall be taken to the paddock, another jockey obtained and then ridden over an uncompleted portion of the exact route of the parade to the starting point.

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