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58 Pa. Code § 163.58. Exclusion.

§ 163.58. Exclusion.

 Exclusion may occur if the experience, character or general fitness of an applicant or licensee is such that the participation of the person in thoroughbred horse racing or related activities would be inconsistent with the public interest or with the best interests of racing generally.

Notes of Decisions

   The defense of entrapment was not available to a jockey who accepted $500 to fix a future race; however, the entrapment defense may sometimes be available in administrative proceedings. Smith v. Horse Racing Commission, 501 A.2d 303 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1985); remand 535 A.2d 596, 599 (Pa. 1988).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  163.251 (relating to general provisions).

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