Date of Proposal: March 19, 2018
Proposal Number: PRN 2018-029
Proposal Description: The New Jersey Racing Commission is proposing several amendments to its rules governing Medication and Testing Procedures for thoroughbred racehorses. Specifically, the proposed amendments will alter split sample testing procedures in order to better protect the health and safety of racehorses in New Jersey, as well as the integrity of the sport. The amendments are proposed to lessen the effect of specimen sample degradation between the time of the primary drug test and the split sample test. (Certain factors can accelerate the degradation process such as exposure to light, oxygen, chemicals, temperature and the passage of time.)
Summary of Proposal: A complete summary of the proposed rule is posted on the New Jersey Racing Commission Web site at: www.nj.gov/oag/racing/proposed.html
Public Comment: Public comment on the proposed rule will be accepted until May 18, 2018.
Please direct all comments to:
Frank Zanzuccki, Executive Director
Department of Law and Public Safety
New Jersey Racing Commission
P.O. Box 088
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0088
Follow the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office online at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flicker & YouTube. The social media links provided are for reference only. The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.