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The Orders and Rules of Racing

PART 3 - GENERAL DUTIES OF TRAINERS - (C)21 to (C)49


38. Additional duties when horse trained outside Great Britain

38.1 This Rule applies to any horse trained outside Great Britain and, in this Rule
Scratching means the withdrawal of a horse from a race under Rule (F)85 or (F)95;
Scratching Deadline means the stage that may be specified in the conditions of any race which closes more than six days before running, at which time a further stake payment will be incurred unless a scratching has been made before the specified deadline date and time.
38.2 Where the horse is entered for a race in which there is a scratching deadline

38.2.1 the Trainer must, unless a scratching is made, send to The Racing Calendar Office full details of any racecourse performances by the horse outside Great Britain or Ireland, and
38.2.2 if a declaration to run in the race is subsequently made for the horse, the Trainer must send to The Racing Calendar Office details of any performance subsequent to the date of the scratching deadline.

38.3 Where the horse is entered for a race in which there is no scratching deadline

38.3.1 the trainer must send to The Racing Calendar Office full details of any racecourse performances by the horse outside Great Britain or Ireland, and
38.3.2 if a declaration to run in the race is subsequently made for the horse, the Trainer must send to The Racing Calendar Office details of any subsequent performances.

38.4 Information required by Paragraph 38.2 or 38.3 must be sent directly or through the Trainer's Recognised Racing Authority and

38.4.1 for the purposes of Paragraph 38.2.1, it must be received by 12 noon on the date of the scratching deadline,
38.4.2 for the purposes of Paragraph 38.3.1, it must be received by the time determined in accordance Rule (F)76 for the closing of entries, and
38.4.3 for the purposes of Paragraph 38.2.2 or 38.3.2, it must be received by the time determined in accordance with Rule (F)89 for making a declaration to run.