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The Orders and Rules of Racing

Race Administration Manual (F)


PART 1 - GENERAL INTRODUCTORY

9. Definitions supplementing Rules 2 to 8

9. These definitions apply to this Manual, not solely to Rules 2 to 8
European Pattern Race Book means the work authorised to be published by the Authority, Horse Racing Ireland, France-Galop, the Direktorium fur Vollblutzucht und Rennen, A.S.S.I. (ex U.N.I.R.E.) and Taby Galopp (AB);
French AQPS Flat Race means a race run in France on or after January 1st, 2007 which is restricted to AQPS bred horses;
Juvenile Horses. A horse is a Juvenile in respect of a Hurdle Race during any Jump Season if prior to 1st January it is three years old and after December 31st until the last day of April is four years old.
National Hunt Flat Race is a flat race for horses which at starting have not run under any recognised Rules of Racing except in National Hunt Flat Races held under these Rules or in Irish National Hunt flat races or in French AQPS races (by virtue of the race conditions, no horse aged more than 7 years old will be eligible to start in a national hunt flat race.);
Owners' Prize Money Pool, in respect of a race, means the Stakes held by the Stakeholder for that race;
Prize Money, in respect of a race, means a combination of the Stakes, and any money added to the Stakes as guaranteed by the racecourse which is not Appearance Money. Prize Money is distributed in accordance with Rule 118.
Appearance Money, in respect of a race, means any amount contributed by the racecourse, or from the Appearance Money Scheme described in Schedule 11, that has been included in the advertised Total Race Value for a race.
Total Race Value shall be construed in accordance with the definition of Total Race Value Race in Rule 2.