Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022
organization licensee shall provide at least one ambulance on the premises of
the horse race track facility. Each ambulance shall be staffed and on duty
during horse training periods and the scheduled horse races. Each ambulance
shall have a Kansas board of emergency medical services Type I or Type II
organizational licensee shall close the track to horses unless the required
ambulance service is present at the race track facility.
(c) Each ambulance shall have ready access to
all parts of the track in each horse race run.
For horse race meetings, each
organization licensee shall provide a staffed horse ambulance each day horses
are on the race track with the capability of:
(1) Being lowered to the ground and having an
adequate means of loading a horse that is down, which may include a large piece
of matting or belting that the horse can be rolled onto and a power winch
capable of pulling the mat and horse into the ambulance;
(2) having large portable screens adequate to
shield a horse from public view; and
(3) transporting an injured horse to a
designated area for emergency treatment or euthanasia, or to a necropsy stall.
(e) When necessary,
each organization licensee shall dispose of dead horses expediently.
(f) Each organization licensee shall provide
a first aid station on the premises of the racetrack facility. Each first aid
station shall be staffed and operational during each scheduled horse or
(g) Each first aid
station shall be staffed by at least one emergency medical technician and be
equipped with the medical equipment and supplies required in a type II
Kan. Admin. Regs. §
Authorized by and
implementing K.S.A. 1988 Supp.
74-8813; effective, T-112-2-23-89,
Feb. 23, 1989; effective June 16, 1989; amended March 19, 1990.