|Rule No.||Rule Title|
|1752||Grounds for Objection.|
|Rule Text||An objection to a horse which is entered to race shall be made on the following grounds or reasons:
(a) A misstatement, error or omission in the entry under which a horse is to run.
(b) That the horse which is entered to run is not the horse it is represented to be at the time of entry, or that the age is erroneously given.
(c) That the horse is not qualified to enter under the conditions specified for the race, or that the allowances are improperly claimed or not entitled the horse, or that the weight to be carried is incorrect under the conditions of the race.
(d) That the horse is owned in whole or in part by a person ineligible to participate in racing or otherwise ineligible to own a race horse as provided in this Division.
(e) That the horse was entered without regard to an existing lien as otherwise prohibited in this Division.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 19420, 19440 and 19562, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 19420, 19440 and 19562, Business and Professions Code.
1. Amendment filed 12-23-96; effective 1-22-97.