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ENTRIES


Entries will be from


9:00 AM to 3:00 PM August 15, 2017


For three days of racing.


The draw will be at 4:00 PM August 15, 2017


Each race will have two alternate horses drawn in case of a scratch. Entry Telephone Numbers: 775-289-8581, 289-8584, 289-8588, 289-8589


Racing Office on the grounds will be open on August 15, 2017 Website: www.wphorseraces.com Racing Office Telephone: 775-289-8589 Mailing Address: PO Box 150185 - Ely, Nevada 89315


(TELEPHONE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED, HOWEVER WHITE PINE HORSE RACES WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS OR MIS-ENTRIES)


All owners and trainers must be licensed prior to the first day of racing.


For licensing information and forms: contact Nevada Gaming Control Board


(775) 738-7191 or (775) 289-8589.


Owner's silks must be declared and described at time of entry - no exceptions.


There is no scratch time. All entries are “Enter to Race”.


All medications including but not limited to Lasix (I), Bute (B), or Banamine (N) must be declared at entry.


Checks for $2,000 or more will be held until test results are received. All checks will be made out to the owner.


Any horse that enters a nominating race and pays all fees, but does not run, will not have any fees returned.


Any substitute race or extra may be used at the discretion of the racing secretary and will be written for horses stabled on the grounds and indicating willingness to race. Any race in the book which draws seven or more entries will be used before any extra or substitute race.


Races with 6 horses or less may be cancelled at the discretion of the race secretary.


Successful person receiving a claimed horse from a claiming race will be responsible for any state or local taxes.


Preference will be given to all horses on grounds, with papers logged with the racing secretary are preferred. At the discretion of the racing secretary, races drawn may be rearranged to another race day.

ONLY WORKERS ALLOWED IN DRAW ROOM


--NOT LIABLE FOR ANY MISPRINTS OR OMISSIONS IN THE BOOK--


NOTICE TO ALL TRAINERS:


You must be able to fully license your owners by having the following­ information prior to the first race of the day: Owners name, social­ security number, date of birth and complete address. All owners must be licensed prior to the first race of the day in which they run.


Livestock identification and animal health requirements upon entering­ Nevada: You are required to have a brand inspection, health certificates and current Coggins certificate. Nevada recognizes EIA as current if done within the past 6 months.


All horses must be tattooed. We DO NOT guarantee a tatooer will be on the premises.


No check will be issued without the owner’s social security number or tax identification number on file at the racing office.


Sawdust and wood shavings are the only bedding for stalls!


NOTICE TO OWNERS


ALL TRAINERS WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AREA SURROUNDING THEIR STABLE. DAILY CHECKS WILL BE MADE TO ENSURE THE BARN AREA IS KEPT IN A NEAT AND CLEAN CON­DITION.


ONLY LICENSED PERSONNEL WILL BE ALLOWED TO HANDLE HORSES ON THE RACE TRACK OR IN THE STABLE AREA. THE TRAINER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS HORSES AND THE PROPER LICENSING OF ALL PERSONNEL HANDLING THE HORSES IN HIS / HER CHARGE.


ONLY JOCKEYS AND ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ARE ALLOWED IN OR AROUND THE JOCKEY ROOM.


HORSES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO GALLOP OR PONY THE WRONG DIRECTION ON THE RACE TRACK.


PONY HORSES MUST LEAVE ADEQUATE SPACE FOR HORSES GALLOPING OR WORKING TOWARDS THE INSIDE OF THE RACE TRACK.


ALL RIDERS ENTERING TRACK WILL HAVE HELMETS AND VESTS ON!


NOTICE TO JOCKEYS


Any jockey can ride in any race if the rider is licensed by the State of Nevada and meets the requirements of a recognized track.


Jockeys will be paid fifty dollars ($50) per race that they ride in.


Jockeys that ride in three (3) or more races in the meet will be paid a one hundred dollar ($100), bonus.


White Pine Horse Racing will pay all positions in each race. This will be paid from the race meet.


Rooms will be available for JOCKEYS ONLY. Jockeys must notify the race secretary no later than draw day (August 15th). Rooms will not be guaranteed after August 17th. (Rooms paid for August 18th and 19th only)



NOTICE: NV Gaming Control Board Regulation 30

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has adopted additional regulations pertaining to the health and medication of horses to take effect prior to the 2009 Nevada horse racing season. Consistent with the requirements of Regulations 30.404, testing procedures will be broadened to include the detection of anabolic steroids.

For additional information, or to print a copy of Regulation 30, visit the Nevada Gaming Control Board and click on “Statutes and Regulations” on the left side of the homepage.

Or for the complete text of Regulation 30, you can view this .pdf:

Regulation 30 PDF