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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 10. Virginia Racing Commission
11/25/2020

Chapter 47. Historical Horse RacingRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Pari-mutuel wagering; generally
Section 30
Observance of regulations
Section 40
Requirements for wagering on historical horse racing
Section 50
Location and hours of operation of terminals used for wagering on historical horse racing
Section 60
Payouts from pari-mutuel pools generated by wagering on historical horse racing
Section 70
Commission approval of historical horse racing games and displays
Section 80
Equipment required for pari-mutuel wagering on historical horse races
Section 90
Requirements for tickets or vouchers used in historical horse racing
Section 100
Accounting and occurrence meter requirements
Section 110
Historical horse race specifications and selection requirements
Section 120
Wagering terminal historical race display
Section 130
Required reports for wagering on historical horse races; audit and inspection by the commission
Section 140
Permits required
Section 150
Filing of application; fee
Section 160
Required information
Section 170
Duration of license; transfer
Section 180
Simulcast operations
Section 190
Significant infrastructure limited licensee operations
Section 200
Responsible gaming

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