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58 Pa. Code § 163.336. Gratuities, rewards, favors and interests.

§ 163.336. Gratuities, rewards, favors and interests.

 (a)  A person may not offer to and no racing official may accept, directly or indirectly, a gratuity, reward or favor in connection with racing at the meeting.

 (b)  A racing official may not, directly or indirectly, for a commission, gratuity or otherwise, sell, buy or hold for himself or for another a form of interest in a thoroughbred horse that is run or entered at a meeting where he is officiating.

 (c)  A racing official may not, directly or indirectly, buy, sell or hold an interest in a contract upon a jockey or apprentice jockey.

 (d)  A racing official may not write or solicit horse insurance at the meeting.

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