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WAC 296-17A-6625

Classification 6625.

6625-00 Horse racing - Grooms and assistant trainers (major track)
(to be assigned only by the horse racing underwriter)
Applies to all licensed grooms and licensed assistant trainers employed by a licensed trainer. Coverage applies at a race track, and at a farm or training center. Duties anticipated in this classification include, but are not limited to:
• Cleaning stalls;
• Feeding and watering horses;
• Bandaging and applying tack;
• Applying topical dressings;
• Escorting horses to and from the track for racing;
• Entering horses to run;
• Saddling horses in the paddock for racing; and
• Supervising the other licensed employees of the trainer.
This classification excludes exercise riders, pony riders, and any other employee of the trainer.
Premiums are assessed based on each groom or assistant trainer employed in the coverage month, or on a per day basis. The daily rate is ten percent of the monthly rate. Premiums are paid monthly to the Washington horse racing commission.
If working at a farm or training center, coverage in this classification is limited to licensed duties only. Any other farm work must be covered in the appropriate agricultural classification.
Jockeys while racing are not included in this classification.
6625-01 Horse racing - Grooms and assistant trainers (nonprofit track)
(to be assigned only by the horse racing underwriter)
Applies to all licensed grooms and licensed assistant trainers employed by a licensed trainer. Coverage applies at a race track, and at a farm or training center. Duties anticipated in this classification include, but are not limited to:
• Cleaning stalls;
• Feeding and watering horses;
• Bandaging and applying tack;
• Applying topical dressings;
• Escorting horses to and from the track for racing;
• Entering horses to run;
• Saddling horses in the paddock for racing; and
• Supervising the other licensed employees of the trainer.
This classification excludes exercise riders, pony riders, and any other employee of the trainer.
Premiums are assessed based on each groom or assistant trainer employed in the coverage month, or on a per day basis. The daily rate is ten percent of the monthly rate. Premiums are paid monthly to the Washington horse racing commission.
If working at a farm or training center, coverage in this classification is limited to licensed duties only. Any other farm work must be covered in the appropriate agricultural classification.
Jockeys while racing are not included in this classification.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020, 51.16.035, and 51.16.210. WSR 12-24-067, § 296-17A-6625, filed 12/4/12, effective 1/4/13.]
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