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58 Pa. Code § 190.3. Application for permission to establish a common pari-mutuel pool.

§ 190.3. Application for permission to establish a common pari-mutuel pool.

 (a)  A licensed corporation may apply to the Commission for permission to establish a common pari-mutuel pool.

 (b)  An application for permission to establish a common pari-mutuel pool shall be submitted to the Commission at least 30 days prior to the commencement of wagering into the common pari-mutuel pool. The Commission may accept an application filed less than 30 days prior to the commencement of wagering for good cause shown.

 (c)  An application for permission to establish a common pari-mutuel pool shall be in a form prescribed by the Commission and shall contain the following:

   (1)  The name of the licensed corporation requesting permission to establish the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (2)  The name, date and jurisdiction of the racetrack conducting the race on which wagers will be accepted for inclusion into the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (3)  The name and licensing jurisdiction of each entity that will be accepting wagers for inclusion into the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (4)  A copy of the agreement for the simulcast of the race on which wagers will be accepted for inclusion into the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (5)  A copy of the agreement among the entities establishing the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (6)  A copy of the procedures established for administration of the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (7)  A copy of approvals required under the Interstate Horseracing Act of 1978 (15 U.S.C.A. § §  3001—3007).

   (8)  The minimum amount of a wager which will be accepted for inclusion in the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (9)  The retention rate to be applied to amounts wagered in this Commonwealth for inclusion in the common pari-mutuel pool.

   (10)  The retention rate to be applied to amounts wagered in each jurisdiction other than the Commonwealth for inclusion in the common pari-mutuel pool.



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