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PDFWAC 260-44-110

Weighing in—Procedure.

(1) After a race has been run and after the jockey has pulled up the horse, the jockey must ride promptly to the designated unsaddling area and dismount. The jockey will proceed to the clerk of the scales to be weighed in. If a jockey is prevented from riding his/her mount to the designated unsaddling area because of an accident or of illness to either the jockey or the horse, the jockey may walk or be carried to the scales, or the stewards may excuse the jockey from weighing.
(2) Except by permission of the stewards, every jockey, upon arrival at the designated unsaddling area after a race, must unsaddle the horse he/she has ridden. No person may touch the jockey or the horse except by the horse's bridle, or cover the horse in any manner until the jockey has removed the equipment to be weighed.
(3) No person may assist a jockey in removing from his/her horse the equipment that is to be included in the jockey weight, except by permission of the stewards.
(4) Each jockey must carry over to the scales all pieces of equipment with which he/she weighed out.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 67.16.020 and 67.16.040. WSR 07-07-035, § 260-44-110, filed 3/12/07, effective 4/12/07; WSR 06-07-063, § 260-44-110, filed 3/10/06, effective 4/10/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 67.16.040. WSR 99-05-049, § 260-44-110, filed 2/12/99, effective 3/15/99. Rules of racing, §§ 309 through 312, filed 4/21/61.]
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