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7876.0100 ON-TRACK STABLING.

Subp. 10. Original health certificate of veterinary inspection. Any horse arriving on the
grounds must be accompanied by an original health certificate of veterinary inspection issued
not more than ten days prior to arrival. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be
completed by an accredited veterinarian and must contain complete equine infections anemia
test results, including the date, laboratory, and accession number of the most recent negative
EIA test. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be surrendered to the stable gate
personnel for immediate transmittal to the commission veterinarian. The health certificate of
veterinary inspection will remain valid for 30 days from the date of issue, with the date of issue
counted as day one. Horses leaving the facility and returning during this 30-day period do not
have to be accompanied by a new health certificate of veterinary inspection. Horses leaving
and returning after the 30-day period will need to be accompanied by a new original health
certificate issued not more than ten days prior to arrival.
Subp. 10a. Renewal of 30-day certificate of veterinary inspection. The certificate of
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must be renewed within the first 5 days of each month. 7876.0110 OFF-TRACK STABLING.

Subp. 4. Original health certificate of veterinary inspection. Any horse arriving on the
grounds must be accompanied by an original health certificate of veterinary inspection issued
not more than ten days prior to arrival. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be
completed by an accredited veterinarian and must contain complete equine infections anemia
test results, including the date, laboratory, and accession number of the most recent negative
EIA test. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be surrendered to the stable gate
personnel for immediate transmittal to the commission veterinarian. The health certificate of
veterinary inspection will remain valid for 30 days from the date of issue, with the date of issue
counted as day one. Horses leaving the facility and returning during this 30-day period do not
have to be accompanied by a new health certificate of veterinary inspection. Horses leaving
and returning after the 30-day period will need to be accompanied by a new original health of
veterinary inspection certificate issued not more than ten days prior to arrival.
Subp. 4a. Renewal of 30-day certificate of veterinary inspection
The certificate of veterinary inspection for horses leaving and returning on an ongoing basis
throughout the meet must be renewed within the first 5 days of each month.
Subp. 5. Record of negative test for equine piroplasmosis. When an active case of
equine piroplasmosis (EP) is reported by a government agency within North America, the
Racing Commission, the executive director, or the deputy director, in consultation with the chief
commission veterinarian, has the authority to require proof of an equine piroplasmosis (EP) test
taken within 12 months of the date of entry upon the racetrack when a horse enters or is
already on the confines of the racetrack. No horse shall be allowed to enter the confines of any
association holding a license to conduct a race meeting or race in Minnesota unless the horse
has had the required test. The test must indicate a negative result for Theileria equi and
Babesia caballi. Record of the negative test shall be attached to the certificate of veterinarian
inspection (CVI) and presented at the stable gate when the horse first enters the confines.
7876.0120 ON- AND OFF-TRACK STABLING OF NONRACING HORSES.
Subp. 1. Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. Any horse arriving on the grounds must be
accompanied by an original health certificate certificate of veterinary inspection issued not more
than ten days prior to arrival. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be completed
by an accredited veterinarian and must contain complete equine infections anemia test results,
including the date, laboratory, and accession number of the most recent negative EIA test. The
health certificate of veterinary inspection must be surrendered to the stable gate personnel for
immediate transmittal to the commission veterinarian. The health certificate of veterinary
inspection will remain valid for 30 days from the date of issue, with the date of issue counted as
day one. Horses leaving the facility and returning during this 30-day period do not have to be
accompanied by a new health certificate of veterinary inspection. Horses leaving and returning
after the 30-day period will need to be accompanied by a new original health certificate of
veterinary inspection issued not more than ten days prior to arrival. The horse must also have a
negative equine piroplasmosis test as prescribed in part subpart 11, orsubpart 5.
Subp. 2. Renewal of 30-day certificate of veterinary inspection
The certificate of veterinary inspection for horses leaving and returning on an ongoing
basis throughout the meet must be renewed within the first 5 days of each month.

7877.0170 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CLASS C LICENSEES.

Subp. 10. Pony riders. The following applies to pony riders licensed by the commission:
C. Anyone bringing any pony horse onto the grounds of the association must provide to stable gate personnel the accurate name of the animal. Each pony horse must be accompanied by an original health certificate of veterinary inspection completed by an accredited veterinarian and issued not more than ten days prior to arrival. It must contain complete equine infections anemia test results, including the date, laboratory, and accession number of the most recent negative EIA test. The health certificate of veterinary inspection must be surrendered to stable gate personnel for immediate transmittal to the commission veterinarian. A pony horse which leaves the grounds for a period of 72 hours or less does not have to be accompanied by a new health certificate of veterinary inspection upon its return.
7877.0175 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF RACING OFFICIALS.

Subp. 8. Commission veterinarian. The commission veterinarian shall maintain a list
A. horses that are scratched because of illness or injury; B. horses that are pulled up because of lameness or other injury during a race; C. horses that are bleeders, pursuant to part subpart 1; and D. horses otherwise considered unfit to race in the professional judgment of the commission veterinarian or the association veterinarian. The veterinarian's list shall be posted in the racing secretary's office, and any horse whose name is on the list shall be ineligible to start in a race for five calendar days, or until the commission veterinarian or association veterinarian removes it from the list, whichever is later. All workouts required by the commission veterinarian for the purpose of potentially removing a horse from the veterinarian's list must be conducted under the same medication requirements as those for race days. For purposes of this subpart, the five-day period during which a horse is ineligible to start begins to run on the first day the horse is placed on the list. The veterinarian's list is binding on all racetracks under the jurisdiction of the commission. The commission veterinarian shall conduct racing soundness examinations pursuant to part If the veterinarian finds that any horse is unfit to race he or she shall notify the stewards immediately in writing. The commission veterinarian shall supervise the operation of a barn for the detention and testing of horses after each race pursuant to chapter 7890. The commission veterinarian shall have the authority to draw blood from any horse or pony on the grounds of an association for the purpose of testing for equine infectious anemia (EIA), and shall supervise the removal from the racetrack of any horse or pony having positive EIA test In the event of a veterinary emergency where the owner's veterinarian is not on racetrack grounds or easily reachable, the commission veterinarian or association veterinarian may administer emergency treatment to a horse(s) on the request of the after consulting with the owner or the owner's agent if they are present. In all cases, the owner’s veterinarian will be notified and the case transferred to him or her as soon as they are present. In such cases, the owner is responsible for any costs incurred. In the absence of an association veterinarian, a commission veterinarian shall assume the duties and responsibilities of the association veterinarian.
7890.0100 DEFINITIONS.

Subp. 7. Chemist. "Chemist" means any official racing chemist designated by the
Subp. 7a. Compounding. Manipulation of a drug beyond that stipulated on the drug label.
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Subp. 7ab. Darbepoietin alfa. "Darbepoietin alfa" is a synthetic analog of erythropoietin that
stimulates the bone marrow to produce red blood cells. Chemically, it is a 165 amino acid protein containing five N-linked oligosaccharide chains. Subp. 13. Medication. "Medication" is a substance, compound, or element, or
combination thereof, which is or can be administered to a horse for the purpose of preventing, curing, or alleviating the effects of any disease, condition, ailment, or infirmity, or symptom thereof, or for altering in any way the behavior, attitude, temperament, or performance of a horse, including athletic performance. The term medication includes all analgesics, anesthetics, depressants, narcotics, stimulants, tranquilizers, and other classifications of medications. Nothing herein shall be deemed to include: A. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs): (1) The use of one of the three approved NSAIDs shall be permitted under the following conditions, with the exception of two-year-old race horses where no concentration of any NSAIDs, other than bute, are allowed in the plasma or serum sample taken after racing: (a) bute, provided that the test sample does not contain more than two micrograms of the substance or metabolite(s) thereof per milliliter of blood plasma or serum; (b) flunixin, provided that the test sample does not contain more than 20 nanograms of the substance or metabolite(s) thereof per milliliter of blood plasma or serum; and (c) ketoprofen, provided that the test sample does not contain more than ten nanograms of the substance or metabolite(s) thereof per milliliter of blood plasma or serum. (2) No NSAIDs can be administered within the 24 hours before post time for the race in which the horse is entered. The use of all but one of the approved NSAIDs shall be discontinued at least 48 hours before the post time for the race in which the horse is entered. (3) The presence of more than one of the three approved NSAIDs, with the exception of phenylbutazone in a concentration below 0.5 0.3 micrograms per milliliter of serum or plasma and flunixin with a concentration below 3 nanograms per milliliter of serum or plasma, or any unapproved NSAID in the post-race serum or plasma sample, is not permitted. (4) Any horse to which an NSAID has been administered shall be subject to having a blood and/or urine sample taken at the direction of the official veterinarian to determine the quantitative NSAID levels and/or the presence of other drugs which may be present in the blood or urine sample. B. Furosemide, provided, however, that it is administered pursuant to the provisions of part subpart 7a, and further provided that: the specific gravity of the post-race urine sample is not 1.010 or below or, if the specific gravity is 1.010 or below or a urine sample is unavailable for testing, the concentration of Furosemide must not exceed 100 nanograms per milliliter of serum or plasma in the post-race blood sample. C. Topical applications, such as antiseptics, ointments, salves, leg rubs, and leg paints which may contain antibiotics (excluding procaine, penicillin, and chloramphenicol) but which shall not contain ethanol, benzocaine, DMSO, lidocane, steroids, or other medications. D. Vitamins and electrolytes, provided the vitamins and electrolytes are administered orally and do not contain any medications. Subp. 13a. Metabolite. "Metabolite" means the substance produced by the metabolism of a
specific medication.
Subp. 18. Test sample. "Test sample" means any bodily substance including blood, urine,
saliva, or other substance designated by the commission, taken from a horse under the supervision of the commission veterinarian for the purpose of analysis. Subp. 18a. Threshold. A concentration in the serum, plasma, or urine about which a

7890.0110 MEDICATIONS AND PRACTICES PROHIBITED.

Subp. 7. Use. The use of agents that elevate the horse's bicarbonate level, TCO2, or pH
level above those existing naturally in the untreated horse at normal physiological concentrations is prohibited. The following also apply to TCO2: A. A commission veterinarian may draw serum or plasma samples from a horse for the B. Blood samples for TCO2 may be drawn prior to or after the race. Samples drawn prior to a race shall be drawn before the official post time. For the purpose of harness racing, blood samples shall be drawn prior to warm-up. Samples drawn after the race shall be drawn no sooner than 90 minutes following official post time for that race. C. The pre-race or post-race TCO2 level in the blood shall not exceed 37 millimoles per D. The provisions of part subpart 5, pertaining to split samples, shall not apply to blood samples drawn for the purpose of TCO2 testing. E. Provisions for split sample testing for TCO2 analysis shall be arranged by the trainer or designee at the time of sampling. The trainer shall be responsible for the cost of split sample testing. The trainer or designee shall make arrangements for payment prior to or at the time of sampling. The split sample shall be sent to the commission contract laboratory as a separate blind sample. No other provisions for split sample testing shall be available. Subp. 7a. Androgenic-anabolic steroids (AAS). No Androgenic-anabolic steroids (AAS)
shall be permitted in test samples collected from racing horses except for residues of the major metabolite of stanozolol, nandrolone, and naturally occurring substances boldenone and testosterone at concentrations less than the indicated thresholds. Concentrations of these AAS shall not exceed the following plasma or serum thresholds for unchanged (i.e. not conjugated) substance or urine threshold concentrations for total (i.e., free drug or metabolite and drug or metabolite liberated from its conjugates): A. Stanozolol - 1 ng/ml of total 16β-hydroxystanozolol (metabolite of stanozolol) in urine of all horses regardless of sex; or 25 pg/ml of stanozolol in plasma or serum of all horses regardless of sex. B. Boldenone - 15 ng/ml of total boldenone in urine of male horses other than geldings; or 25 pg/ml of boldenone in plasma or serum of all horses regardless of sex. (1) in geldings - 1 ng/ml total nandrolone in urine or 25 pg/ml of nandrolone in (2) in fillies and mares - 1 ng/ml total nandrolone in urine or 25 pg/ml of nandrolone (3) in male horses other than geldings - 45 ng/ml of metabolite, 5α-oestrane-3β, (1) in geldings - 20 ng/ml total testosterone in urine or 25 pg/ml 100pg/mLof (2) in fillies and mares - 55 ng/mlL total testosterone in urine or 25 pg/ml 100pg/mL (3) in fillies and mares that are confirmed at the time of racing as being pregnant, (4) in male horses other than geldings testosterone is not regulated under this rule All other AAS are prohibited in racing horses. The sex of all horses shall be identified on all samples sent to the laboratory. Any horse to which one of these AAS has been administered in order to assist in the recovery from an illness or injury may be placed on the veterinarian's list in order to monitor the concentration of the drug or metabolite in urine. After the concentration has fallen below the designated threshold for the administered AAS, the horse is eligible to be removed from the list. Subp. 8. Prohibition. The possession or use of venom or blood doping agents by any
person on the grounds under the jurisdiction of the commission is not permitted. Subp. 9. Feed contaminantsEndrogenous, dietary, and environmental substances.
No feed endogenous, dietary, or environmental contaminants other than those listed below shall be allowed in the test sample of a horse. Levels shall not exceed: B. benzoylecgonine (major urine metabolite of cocaine): 50 ng/ml in urine; D. morphine glucuronides: 50 ng/ml in urine; or estrandiol: 0.045 mcg/mL of urine, free Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Hanging: 0.75"
and conjugated 5a-estrane-3b, 17a-diol in male horses other than geldings F. methoxytyramine: 4mcg/mL urine, free + conjugated G. salicylate/salicylic acid: 750 mcg/mL of urine or 0.3 mcg/mL of plasma or serum EH. theobromine: 2,000 ng/mlL in urine or 0.3 mcg/mL serum of plasma. Subp. 10. Medications with regulatory limits.
No medications other than those listed in this subpart or found in part subpart 13, items A to D, shall be allowed in the test sample of a horse. Levels Serum or urine thresholds on the following medications shall not exceed those found in the Racing Commissioners International Scheduled of Controlled Therapeutic Substances, RCI Chapter 11 and Chapter 25 which is incorporated by reference:. 50 ng/ml (serum or plasma) after screening level in urine of >500 ml (A) No person on association grounds where horses are lodged or kept, excluding licensed veterinarians, shall have in or upon association grounds which that person occupies or has the right to occupy, or in that person’s personal property or effects or vehicle in that person’s care, custody, or control, a drug, medication, chemical, foreign substance, or other substance that is prohibited in a horse on a race day unless the product is labeled in accordance with this subsection. (B)Any drug or medication which is used or kept on association grounds and which, by federal or state law, requires a prescription must have been validly prescribed by a duly licensed veterinarian, and in compliance with the applicable state statutes. All such allowable medications must be labeled in accordance with state and Federal laws and have a prescription label which is securely attached and clearly ascribed to show the following: (1) The name, address, and phone number of company manufacturing the medication; Formatted: Space After: 0 pt, Numbered +
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Subp. 12. Compounded Medications
1 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, … + Start at: 1 + A. Compounded veterinary drugs. Veterinary drugs shall be compounded in accordance Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent with all applicable state and federal laws. Compounded medication shall be dispensed only by a prescription issued by a licensed veterinarian to meet the medical needs of a specific horse and for use only in that specific horse. B. Medications for which there is an approved FDA product that is currently unavailable may be compounded pursuant to Federal law. These medications may be labeled for “office use” but must meet all other label requirements for compounded medications and must be administered only in the context of a valid veterinarian client patient relationship and based upon a specific medical diagnosis. All medications labeled for “office use” must remain in the custody and control of the veterinarian and may not be dispensed. C. Labels on compounded veterinary drugs. All compounded medications must be labeled in accordance with 7890.0110, subpart 11: Medical Labeling. D. Possession of an improperly labeled product by a veterinarian, trainer, groom, or any other licensee, including labeling, is considered a violation.
7890.0120 REPORTING PROCEDURES.

Subpart 1. Veterinarians must keep records. Veterinarians must submit daily to the
commission veterinarian, in writing on a prescribed form, a report of all horses treated. The form shall contain the date and time, name of horse treated, trainer of horse, any medications, drugs, substances (as provided in part subpart 13, items A to D), or procedures prescribed, administered, dispensed, or performed for horses registered at a current race meeting, and any other information requested by the commission veterinarian. The form must be filed by the treating veterinarian not later than post time of the race for which the horse is entered. The form shall be signed by the treating veterinarian. The form is considered private and its content shall not be disclosed except in the course of an investigation of a possible violation of chapters 7869 to 7899, or in a proceeding before the stewards or commission, or to the trainer or owner of record at the time of treatment. A timely and accurate filing of the form that is consistent with the analytical results of a positive test may be used as a mitigating factor in determining the nature and extent, if any, of a rules violation. Subp. 2. Administration of NSAIDs to be reported. If a horse is to race with a permitted
NSAID in its system, the trainer or other representative shall be responsible for legibly and clearly marking the information on the entry blank for each race in which the horse shall use a permitted NSAID. Changes made after the time of entry must be submitted on the prescribed form to the commission veterinarian no later than scratch time. The specific NSAID to be used must be declared on the entry blank. Subp. 3. Administration of furosemide to be reported. If a horse is to race with
furosemide in its system, the trainer or other representative shall be responsible for legibly and clearly marking the information on the entry blank for each race the horse shall be entered in. Statutory Authority: MS
History: 10 SR 1908; 11 SR 2201;
NOTE: Subpart 3 was also added atto read as follows:
"Subp. 3. Administration of furosemide to be reported. If a horse is to race with a permitted
level of furosemide in its system, the trainer is responsible for legibly and clearly marking this
information on the entry blank for each race in which the horse shall use a permitted level of
furosemide."


7890.0150 DISCLOSURE OF APPROVED MEDICATIONS TO PUBLIC.

The names of all horses that have been approved for race day use of NSAIDs or furosemide must be identified in the daily racing program. The names of all horses that have been treated
with NSAIDs shall be posted on the public information boards in the grandstand by the
association by one hour before post time of the first race on the day such horses are to race.
Horses that are racing for the first time using furosemide, must be so identified in the daily
racing program.
7891.0100 RACING SOUNDNESS EXAMINATION.

Subpart 1. Horses subject to examination. Every horse entered to race at a licensed
racetrack under the jurisdiction of the commission shall be subjected to a veterinary examination for racing soundness and health on race day. The examination shall be conducted by the commission veterinarian or the association veterinarian in or near the stall to which the horse is assigned. The trainer of each horse or a representative of the trainer must present the horse for examination and move the horse as required by the examining veterinarian. Every horse to be examined must have had its legs cleaned of any poultice or other topical applications, must be free of leg bandages or be wearing bandages which are easily removed, and must not have been subjected within one hour of examination to freezing, icing, prolonged hosing with cold water, or any other means of reducing the temperature of the legs. Subp. 1a. Trainer must report location. The trainer, when entering a horse, shall declare
to the racing secretary or his or her designee the number of the barn in which the horse being entered will be stabled the day of the race. If the trainer will need a stall assigned for a ship-in horse, the trainer must so declare at the time of entry, and the racing secretary will assign a stall to be used on the day of the race. Subp. 1b. Racing secretary must provide stall assignments. As soon as the overnight
sheet is finalized, the racing secretary or his or her designee shall provide to the commission
veterinarian a list showing, by race, the name of the horse, the trainer, and the barn number
where the horse is to be stabled the day of the race.
Subp. 1c. Trainer must post stall. On each raceday, trainers shall post a sign outside the
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entered horse’s stall stating that the horse is “in today”. The sign shall be posted by 9AM on raceday and must be removed after the horse has returned from racing on that day. 7892.0130 TESTING.

Subpart 1. Chemist. The official laboratory must have sufficient personnel to perform all
analytical procedures required for the identification and forensic proof of a medication violation. The chemist responsible for the operation of the analytical testing laboratory must be a member in good standing of the Association of Official Racing Chemists. Subp. 2. Equipment. The official laboratory must be equipped with sufficient laboratory
A. analytical screening procedures for the detection and identification of prohibited B. confirmation procedures to provide forensic analytical proof of a medication C. quantitative analyses in those cases where an exact quantitative value is warranted. Subp. 3. Procedures. Urine and blood samples must be subjected to sufficient analytical
procedures to ensure that the medication rules of the Racing Commission are not violated. The exact analytical techniques performed must be determined by contract with the Racing Commission in consultation with the commission veterinarian and must include, at a minimum, the following: A. analysis of blood samples for violations of the use of permitted medications; B. screening analysis of blood samples for drugs of abuse, when applicable, as determined by the commission veterinarian; C. analysis of urine samples for excessive dilution; D. analysis of urine samples for drugs of abuse using a combination of immunoassay E. confirmation analysis of violations using mass spectral analysis. Subp. 4. Reports. The official chemist shall report the results of the sample analyses to
the commission veterinarian and the director as described by contract with the Racing
Commission
Subp.5. Laboratory Accreditation. The official laboratory shall be accredited by and in
good standing with the Racing Medication Testing Consortium accreditation program.
7892.0170 OUT OF COMPETITION TESTING FOR BLOOD AND/OR GENE DOPING
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(1) Any horse on the grounds at a racetrack or training center under the jurisdiction of the Formatted: Font: (Default) Arial, 11 pt
commission; or under the care or control of trainer or owner licensed by the commission is Formatted: Space After: 0 pt
subject to testing for blood and/or gene doping agents without advance notice. This rule does not apply to therapeutic medications approved by the FDA for use in the horse. (2) Horses to be tested may be selected at random, with probable cause, or as determined by Formatted: Font: (Default) Arial, 11 pt
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authorized by the commission, may at any time, take a urine, blood or hair sample from a horse for this purpose. (4) Prohibited substances, practices and procedures are defined as: Formatted: Font: (Default) Arial, 11 pt
(a) Blood doping agents including, but not limited to Erthropoietin (EPO), Darbepoetin, Oxyglobin, Hempure, Aransep or any substance that abnormally enhances the oxygenation of body tissues. (b) Gene doping agents or the non-therapeutic use of genes, genetic elements, and/or cells that have the capacity to enhance athletic performance or produce analgesia. (5) Cooperation with the Commission Veterinarian, or any licensed veterinarian or licensed Formatted: Font: (Default) Arial, 11 pt
veterinary technician authorized by the commission, includes: (a) Assisting in the immediate location and identification of the horse selected for out of competition testing; (b) Providing a stall or safe location to collect the samples; (c) Assisting the veterinarian in properly procuring the samples; (d) Split samples will be collected as per MRC 7892.0120, subp 5. Formatted: Indent: First line: 0.5"
(6) Out of competition samples will be sent to the official laboratory of the commission, or other laboratory as designated by the commission with reports made in accordance with the provisions of these medication rules and the penalty provisions thereof.

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