TITLE 11: ALCOHOL, HORSE RACING, LOTTERY, AND VIDEO GAMING
Section 1322.10 Suspension Until Paid
All persons who shall have been fined under these Rules and Regulations shall be suspended until said fine shall have been paid in full.
Section 1322.20 Fines and Penalties Recorded
All fines and other penalties imposed by the judges or starter on any person or horse on the grounds of a track shall be recorded in the judges' book. Written or printed notice thereof shall be delivered to the person penalized; notice shall be posted immediately at the office of the track, and notice shall be forwarded immediately to the office of the United States Trotting Association. All penalties imposed on a driver shall be recorded by track officials on the reverse side of the driver's United States Trotting Association or Illinois license.
Section 1322.30 Definition of Suspension
Whenever the penalty of suspension is prescribed in these rules, it shall be construed to mean an unconditional exclusion and disqualification from the time of receipt of written notice of suspension from privileges and uses of the course and grounds of a track during the progress of a race meeting, unless otherwise specifically limited when such suspension is imposed, such as a suspension from driving. A suspension or expulsion of either a husband or wife shall apply in each instance to both the husband and wife. The suspension becomes effective when notice is given unless otherwise specified.
Section 1322.40 No Right to Compete
No horse shall have the right to compete while owned or controlled wholly or in part by a suspended, expelled, disqualified or excluded person. An entry made by or for a person or of a horse suspended, expelled or disqualified, shall be held liable for the entrance fee thus contracted without the right to compete unless the penalty is removed. A suspended, disqualified or excluded person who shall drive, or a suspended or disqualified horse which shall perform in a race shall be fined not less than $50, nor more than $100, for each offense.
Section 1322.50 Fraudulent Transfer
The fraudulent transfer of a horse by any person or persons under suspension in order to circumvent said suspension, shall constitute a violation.
Section 1322.60 Track Enforcement of Penalties
Any track wilfully allowing a suspended, disqualified or excluded person to drive in a race, or a suspended or disqualified horse to start in a race or a performance against time, after notice, shall be, together with its officers, subject to fine not exceeding $100 for each offense, or suspension of license.
Section 1322.70 Use of Track Grounds
Any track wilfully allowing the use of its grounds by an expelled or unconditionally suspended person or horse shall be, together with its officers, subject to a fine not exceeding $500 for each offense or suspension of license.
Section 1322.80 Exclusion
Whenever a person is excluded from a pari-mutuel track by the track, this Board and the United States Trotting Association shall be notified.
Section 1322.90 Track Officers
An expelled, suspended, disqualified or excluded person cannot act as an officer of a track. A track shall not, after notice from the Board, employ or retain in its employ an expelled, suspended, disqualified or excluded person. Any track found violating this rule shall be fined not to exceed $500.
Section 1322.100 Dishonored Check (Repealed)
(Source: Repealed at 38 Ill. Reg. 21236, effective November 1, 2014)