§ 188.2. Urine test.
A driver, trainer, groom or official for a race may be subjected to a urine test or other noninvasive fluid test for the detection of controlled substances or prescription drugs. The testing will be conducted and administered on racing days on track premises in a manner prescribed by the Commission. An individual subject to this requirement who refuses to submit to the test if requested to do so by a representative of the Commission is subject to a fine of $250 and an immediate 10-day suspension to be imposed by the presiding judge or associate judge.
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