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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 10. Virginia Racing Commission
8/11/2020

Chapter 60. ParticipantsRead Chapter

Section 10
Generally
Section 15
Fee schedule for permit holders
Section 20
Practicing veterinarian
Section 30
[Repealed]
Section 40
Horse owner
Section 50
Authorized agent
Section 60
[Repealed]
Section 70
Trainer
Section 80
Stable foreman
Section 90
Night watchman
Section 100
Groom
Section 110
Hotwalker
Section 120
Jockey
Section 130
Jockey agent
Section 140
Exercise rider
Section 150
Pony rider
Section 160
Farrier
Section 170
Driver
Section 180
Mutuel clerk
Section 190
Concessionaire or vendor
Section 200
Concessionaire or vendor employee
Section 210
Licensee-administrative employee
Section 220
Licensee-marketing employee
Section 230
Licensee-medical employee
Section 240
Licensee-operations employee
Section 250
Licensee-plant employee
Section 260
Licensee-staff employee
Section 270
Other applicants for participation in horse racing as employee of permit holder, vendor or licensee
Section 280
Independent contractors
Section 290
Clocker
Section 300
Gap attendant
Section 310
Stall superintendent
Section 320
Track superintendent
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