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Pari-Mutuel Betting Supervision Regulations (SOR/91-365)

Regulations are current to 2022-05-02 and last amended on 2020-10-22. Previous Versions

PART IVCalculation and Distribution of Pools (continued)

Calculation of Pay-out Prices of Exactor, Quinella and Triactor Pools

 For the purposes of sections 139 to 142,

  • (a) the order of positions in which horses finish a race is based on the official result;

  • (b) the number of a position that is not preceded by any other position is one;

  • (c) the number of any position that immediately follows another position is the number of that other position plus one;

  • (d) the first position is considered to be the highest of all positions;

  • (e) where horses finish a race in a dead heat in any position, all of them are considered to finish the race in that position;

  • (f) where two or more horses from the same entry or mutuel field finish a race, each of those horses is considered to finish the race in a dead heat in the highest position in which any horse from that entry or mutuel field finishes the race;

  • (g) in the situation described in paragraph (f), no position may be recognized for the purposes of determining the order of positions if no horse is considered to finish a race in that position; and

  • (h) for the purpose of determining the number of horses that finish a race in a dead heat in any position and of determining any winning bet, horses from the same entry or mutuel field are considered to be one horse.

  • SOR/98-242, s. 4

 An association shall calculate the pay-out price in respect of winning quinella, exactor and triactor bets determined under sections 140 to 142 as follows:

  • (a) where there is one combination of horses, by dividing the net pool by the value of the winning quinella, exactor or triactor bets in which that combination is selected; and

  • (b) where there are two or more combinations of horses, by

    • (i) deducting the value of the winning quinella, exactor or triactor bets in which those combinations are selected from the net pool to determine a calculating pool,

    • (ii) dividing the calculating pool equally between or among those combinations,

    • (iii) dividing each combination’s portion of the calculating pool by the sum of the winning quinella, exactor or triactor bets in which the combination is selected, and

    • (iv) adding $1 to each quotient obtained under subparagraph (iii).

  • SOR/98-242, s. 4
  •  (1) Where two or more horses finish a race in a dead heat in first position, a winning quinella bet is one in which any two of those horses are selected in either order.

  • (2) Where one horse finishes a race in first position and one or more horses finish the race in second position, a winning quinella bet is one in which the horse that finishes the race in first position and any horse that finishes the race in second position are selected, in either order.

  • (3) In the situation described in subsection (1), where a winning quinella bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning quinella bet is one in which any horse that finishes the race in a dead heat in first position is selected as first or second.

  • (4) In the situation described in subsection (2), where a winning quinella bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning quinella bet is one in which the horse that finishes a race in first position or any horse that finishes the race in second position is selected as first or second.

  • (5) Where one horse finishes a race, a winning quinella bet is one in which that horse is selected as first or second.

  • (6) For the purpose of calculating the pay-out price under section 139,

    • (a) combinations of the same horses in the winning quinella bets determined under subsection (1) or (2) are considered to be one combination notwithstanding the order in which those horses are selected in each bet; and

    • (b) combinations of horses in the winning quinella bets determined under subsection (3), (4) or (5) in which the same horse is selected as first or second are considered to be one combination.

  • SOR/98-242, s. 4
  •  (1) Where two or more horses finish a race in a dead heat in first position, a winning exactor bet is one in which any two of those horses are selected in either order.

  • (2) Where one horse finishes a race in first position and one or more horses finish the race in second position, a winning exactor bet is one in which the horse that finishes the race in first position and any horse that finishes the race in second position are selected in the order of finish.

  • (3) In the situation described in subsection (1) or (2), where a winning exactor bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning exactor bet is one in which a horse that finishes the race in first position is selected as first.

  • (4) Where one horse finishes a race, a winning exactor bet is one in which that horse is selected as first.

  • (5) For the purpose of calculating the pay-out price under section 139,

    • (a) combinations of the same horses in the winning exactor bets determined under subsection (1) are considered to be different combinations unless those horses are selected in the same order in each bet; and

    • (b) combinations of horses in the winning exactor bets determined under subsection (3) or (4) in which the same horse is selected as first are considered to be one combination.

  • SOR/98-242, s. 4
  •  (1) Where three or more horses finish a race in a dead heat in first position, a winning triactor bet is one in which three of those horses are selected in any order.

  • (2) Where two horses finish a race in a dead heat in first position and one or more horses finish the race in second position, a winning triactor bet is one in which

    • (a) the horses that finish the race in a dead heat in first position are selected as first and second, in either order; and

    • (b) any horse that finishes the race in second position is selected as third.

  • (3) Where one horse finishes a race in first position and two or more horses finish the race in second position, a winning triactor bet is one in which

    • (a) the horse that finishes the race in first position is selected as first; and

    • (b) two horses that finish the race in second position are selected as second and third, in either order.

  • (4) Where three or more horses finish a race, and one horse finishes the race in first position and one horse finishes the race in second position, a winning triactor bet is one in which the horse that finishes the race in first position, the horse that finishes the race in second position and any horse that finishes the race in third position are selected in the order of finish.

  • (5) In the situation described in subsection (1) or (2), where a winning triactor bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning triactor bet is one in which two horses that finish the race in a dead heat in first position are selected as first and second, in either order.

  • (6) In the situation described in subsection (3) or (4), where a winning triactor bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning triactor bet is one in which the horse that finishes the race in first position and any horse that finishes the race in second position are selected in the order of finish.

  • (7) In the situation described in subsection (5) or (6), where a winning triactor bet cannot be determined because no bet is made on the horses referred to in that subsection, a winning triactor bet is one in which any horse that finishes the race in first position is selected as first.

  • (8) Where two horses finish a race in a dead heat, a winning triactor bet is one in which those two horses are selected as first and second, in either order.

  • (9) Where two horses finish a race other than in a dead heat, a winning triactor bet is one in which those two horses are selected as first and second, in the order of finish.

  • (10) Where one horse finishes a race, a winning triactor bet is one in which that horse is selected as first.

  • (11) For the purpose of calculating the pay-out price under section 139,

    • (a) combinations of the same horses in the winning triactor bets, determined under subsection (1), (2) or (3), are considered to be different combinations unless those horses are selected in the same order in each bet;

    • (b) combinations of horses in the winning triactor bets, determined under subsection (5), (6), (8) or (9), in which the same horses are selected as first and second

      • (i) in the same order, are considered to be one combination, or

      • (ii) not in the same order, are considered to be different combinations; and

    • (c) combinations of horses in the winning triactor bets, determined under subsection (7) or (10), in which the same horse is selected as first, are considered to be one combination.

  • SOR/98-242, s. 4

Other Pari-Mutuel Pools

  •  (1) If an association proposes to offer a type of bet that is not described in this Part, the bet may be offered if

    • (a) the bet is a pari-mutuel bet described in Chapter 4, under ARCI 004-105 of the document entitled Model Rules of Racing, published by the Association of Racing Commissioners International, as amended from time to time;

    • (b) subject to subsection (2), the bet is in compliance with the Act and any other Act of Parliament or legislature and any regulation made under it;

    • (c) the association provides to the Executive Director a description of the proposed type of bet;

    • (d) the type of bet meets the requirements of section 15 and is included in the association’s permit; and

    • (e) the association’s operation of the bet conforms to the description of the bet in the permit.

  • (2) A bet referred to in paragraph (1)(a) is not required to comply with the requirements of section 107.

  • SOR/2011-169, s. 70

 [Repealed, SOR/98-242, s. 4]

PART VEquine Drug Control Program

[
  • SOR/2011-169, s. 71
]

 [Repealed, SOR/2000-163, s. 6]

Prohibition

 No person who undertakes activities relating to an equine drug control program shall own or operate a race-course or own or manage a race-horse.

  • SOR/93-255, ss. 3, 4(E)
  • SOR/2000-163, s. 7
  • SOR/2011-169, s. 80

Retention Area

  •  (1) An association that has an equine drug control program shall provide a retention area on its premises for the activities relating to the program.

  • (2) While a retention area is being used by persons who are undertaking activities relating to an equine drug control program, an association shall

    • (a) limit entry to the area to

      • (i) those persons,

      • (ii) officers, and officials of a Commission or the association, in the performance of their duties,

      • (iii) the owner or trainer of a horse chosen to undergo a test pursuant to subsection 161(1),

      • (iv) persons that are authorized by a test inspector, and

      • (v) horses selected for testing; and

    • (b) ensure that only equipment used on the racing strip or for controlling or caring for the horse after the race, including buckets, sponges, scrapers and horse blankets are brought into the retention area.

  • SOR/2000-163, s. 8
  • SOR/2011-169, s. 72
  • SOR/2017-8, s. 25(F)

 [Repealed, SOR/2000-163, s. 9]

 [Repealed, SOR/2011-169, s. 73]

 [Repealed, SOR/2000-163, s. 11]

Owners and Trainers

  •  (1) Where a horse is chosen to undergo a test pursuant to subsection 161(1) and the owner or trainer of the horse has been notified pursuant to paragraph 161(2)(a), the owner or trainer shall immediately take the horse to a test inspector in the retention area.

  • (2) For the purposes of this Part, the owner or trainer of a horse may designate a representative.

  • (3) A representative designated under subsection (2) is deemed, for the purposes of this Part, to be the owner or trainer of the horse.

  • (4) The owner or trainer of a horse chosen to undergo a test may

    • (a) witness the collection of the official sample;

    • (b) witness the sealing and identification of the official sample container; and

    • (c) sign the documentation that accompanies the official sample.

  • (5) [Repealed, SOR/2000-163, s. 12]

  • SOR/2000-163, s. 12

Official Samples

 An official sample collected pursuant to these Regulations is the property of Her Majesty in right of Canada.

  • SOR/93-255, s. 2
  •  (1) A steward or judge, as the case may be, a veterinarian designated by the appropriate Commission or an officer may choose any horse that is entered in a race to undergo a test

    • (a) where the horse is not on an EIPH list, within two hours before the post time of the race;

    • (b) where the horse is on an EIPH list, within five hours before the post time of the race; or

    • (c) after the race has been run and before the horse leaves the racing strip.

  • (2) A person who chooses a horse pursuant to subsection (1) shall immediately

    • (a) notify the owner or trainer of the horse that the horse has been chosen to undergo a test; and

    • (b) inform a test inspector of the name of the horse.

  • (3) An association shall have available the means to notify the owner or trainer of a horse that his or her horse has been chosen to undergo a test after the race has been run and before the horse leaves the racing strip.

  • SOR/91-518, s. 3
  • SOR/2000-163, s. 13
  • SOR/2011-169, s. 74
  •  (1) When a person other than a test inspector collects an official sample, the person shall, under the supervision of a test inspector,

    • (a) use approved paraphernalia provided by a test inspector;

    • (b) ensure that the official sample container is visible to the test inspector at all times; and

    • (c) sign the documentation that accompanies the official sample.

  • (2) No person shall remove a horse that has been chosen to undergo a test from a retention area unless authorized to do so by the test inspector supervising the collection.

  • SOR/2000-163, s. 14

 [Repealed, SOR/2000-163, s. 15]

 On completion of an analysis of an official sample, an official chemist shall classify the official sample as positive and issue a certificate of positive analysis if he or she has determined that

  • (a) with respect to a drug set out in section 1 of the schedule,

    • (i) for any drug other than furosemide in respect of any horse, or for furosemide in respect of a horse that is not on an EIPH list, the drug is present in the official sample, or

    • (ii) for furosemide in respect of a horse that is on an EIPH list, furosemide is not present in the official sample of urine or it is present in the official sample of blood in a quantity indicating that furosemide was administered to the horse otherwise than in the manner set out in paragraph 170.1(1)(e);

  • (b) with respect to a drug set out in section 2 of the schedule, the drug is present in the official sample in a concentration that exceeds the quantitative limit set out for the drug in that section; and

  • (c) with respect to a drug set out in section 3 of the schedule,

    • (i) if the owner or trainer complies with section 170, the drug is present in the official sample in a concentration that exceeds the quantitative limit set out for the drug in section 3 of the schedule, or

    • (ii) if the owner or trainer does not comply with section 170, the drug is present in the official sample.

  • SOR/91-518, s. 4
  • SOR/2000-163, s. 16
 
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