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58 Pa. Code § 163.31. Maintenance of grounds and facilities.


§ 163.31. Maintenance of grounds and facilities.

 (a)  An association shall maintain its grounds and facilities to be clean and in good repair, with special consideration for the comfort and safety of patrons, employes and other persons whose business requires their attendance; and with special consideration for the health and safety of horses stabled, exercising or entered to race, and shall have available adequate implements to maintain a uniform track, weather conditions permitting.

 (b)  An association shall be responsible for providing and maintaining fire-resistant barns and stalls in good repair, and in a sanitary condition. Each barn and stall shall be numbered for identification. Adequate drainage, sufficiently manned fire-fighting equipment and manure removal of the stable area shall be provided and maintained.

 (c)  An association shall provide and maintain adequate living quarters and conveniently located sanitary facilities such as showers, toilets and wash basins for stable employes.

 (d)  An association shall surround its grounds with a fence adequate to secure the grounds and exclude unauthorized persons from stable areas.

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