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The Orders and Rules of Racing

Race Administration Manual (F)


PART 1 - GENERAL INTRODUCTORY

6. Maiden horses

6.1 A horse is a Maiden, in relation to a flat race, if it has never won a flat race in any country apart from

6.1.1 a National Hunt Flat Race in Great Britain,
6.1.2 an Irish national hunt flat race,
6.1.3 a French AQPS Flat Race,
6.1.4 an Arabian horse race in Great Britain,
6.1.5 a Match, or
6.1.6 a Private Sweepstakes, other than the Newmarket Challenge Whip.

6.2 A horse is a Maiden, in relation to a steeple chase or hurdle race, if it has never won a steeple chase or hurdle race in any country, apart from

6.2.1 a National Hunt Flat Race in Great Britain,
6.2.2 an Irish national hunt flat race,
6.2.3 a French AQPS Flat Race,
6.2.4 a Match,
6.2.5 a Private Sweepstakes, or
6.2.6 a steeple chase at a point-to-point meeting.

6.3 A horse is a Maiden, in relation to a National Hunt Flat Race, if it has never won

6.3.1 a National Hunt Flat Race in Great Britain,
6.3.2 an Irish national hunt flat race, or
6.3.3 a French AQPS Flat Race.