(1) The clerk of the
scales shall exhibit the number (as allotted on the official card of each horse
for which a jockey has been weighed out and shall forthwith furnish the starter
with a list of such numbers.
shall in all cases weigh in the riders of the horses and report to the stewards
any jockey not presenting himself to be weighed in.
(3) The clerk of the scales or assistant
shall weigh out and weigh in the riders of all horses participating in a race,
and he shall record and publish any overweight or variation from the weight
appearing on the program.
clerk of the scales shall cause to be recorded and have disseminated for public
information immediately, upon notice thereof any overweight or any change of
jockey, weight, or racing colors, as compared with these stated on the official
program and shall promptly supply all proper racing officials with all
(5) The clerk of
the scales shall promptly report to the stewards any infraction of the rules
with respect to weight, weighing, or riding equipment.
(6) The clerk of the scales shall confirm to
the stewards, after each race, the weights carried by each horse in each race,
together with the name of each horse's jockey and the overweight carried by any
jockey. He shall also report any other data which may from time to time be
(7) The clerk of the
scales shall weigh in all jockeys after each race, and after the weighing,
shall notify the stewards if the weights are correct. The stewards may then
declare the race official.
subsequent change of jockey must be noted by the clerk of the scales and
sanctioned by the stewards who, if no satisfactory reason is given for the
change, may fine or suspend any person they may think culpable in the