Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-A44 - Colors and numbers

(a) Registration.
(1) Racing colors are required and shall be registered annually with the commission upon issuance of an owner's license, and payment of the fee required by the act, and registered with the racing secretary. In case of partnership, one color registration is required and will suffice.
(2) Colors registered with any racing commission or with the jockey club of New York shall be respected in Connecticut and only the registrant shall be permitted to use them.
(3) No person shall start a horse in racing colors other than those registered in his own or stable name, but a temporary change from the recorded racing colors may be approved by the stewards, and posted by the clerk of the scales on the notice board.
(b) Disputes. Any disputes between claimants to the right of particular racing colors shall be decided by the stewards.
(c) Post notice of deviations. Any deviation from the recorded colors of the owner that may be granted by the stewards is to be immediately posted on the notice board.
(d) Saddlecloth numbers. Jockeys must wear a number on the saddlecloths corresponding to the numbers of the horses as exhibited after weighing out.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-A44

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