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ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO FFOS LAS
RACECOURSE
The following Special Conditions apply in addition to the Conditions to certain
categories of Attendee. Most Attendees will not fall within any of the categories
covered by the following Special Conditions. Attendees will only be required to
comply with, and will only be entitled to any of the rights and privileges set out
in, the following Special Conditions where specifically and expressly admitted to
the Racecourse on the basis of one or more of the categories of Special Condition.
An Attendee may, however, be admitted on the basis of more than one of the
relevant categories. The provisions of these Special Conditions shall apply in
preference to the relevant provisions of the Conditions. If a provision in these
Special Conditions conflicts with a provision in the Conditions, these Special
Conditions shall modify the Conditions solely to the extent necessary to give
effect to the relevant Special Condition(s).
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS A - PARTICIPANTS IN RACING
21. Scope of Special Conditions A
21.1 These Special Conditions A apply to all Attendees who are actually
involved in racing at a particular fixture whether as racecourse officials
including but not limited to British Horseracing Authority officials,
racehorse owners, trainers, jockeys, medical professionals, veterinary or
other animal care or welfare professionals, assistants to any of the
foregoing, stable staff, drivers or other Attendees fulfilling comparable
roles directly related to the business of racing on the relevant day (Racing
Professionals).
21.2 These Special Conditions A apply whether or not a Racing Professional
Attendee holds a badge, PASS Card or other entitlement to enter the
Racecourse.
22. Applicable Conditions
22.1 Where your entry to the Racecourse is by PASS Card you must show your
PASS Card at the PASS entrance to collect your day badge allocation,
which is non-transferable.
22.2 Where appropriate, your PASS Card and/or badge will entitle you to
access to the owners' and trainers' facilities at the Racecourse, the Parade
Ring and the Winners' Enclosure. Racing Professionals will be granted
access to the different areas of the Racecourse depending upon the role of
the relevant Racing Professional, as we determine.
22.3 All Attendees (which for the purposes of this condition also includes
horses) are reminded that many races and fixtures are given coverage on
television, radio and in print and various other forms of media. By
entering the Racecourse Attendees are accepting they and/or their horse(s)
may appear in such coverage which may also include printed or electronic
material used for the promotion of the Racecourse.
22.4 Accordingly, Attendees shall have no right to object to, or demand any
payment is respect of, their and/or their horse(s) inclusion in any such
coverage whether produced by the Executive or by third parties authorised
by the Executive. Furthermore by entering the Racecourse each Attendee
consents to the passing of still or moving images of them to third parties
authorised by the Executive for the purposes of the production of printed
or electronic material to be used solely for the promotion of the
Racecourse.
22.5 Each Attendee will give any additional consents or waivers required for
the unrestricted lawful use of any coverage (if any) without request for
payment or imposing any other conditions.
22.6 All Racing Professionals granted access to the Racecourse under these
Special Conditions A must hold and maintain, or their employers must
hold and maintain, comprehensive and adequate public liability insurance
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with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to cover a reasonable
level of liability for any claim for which they may become liable as a result
of any loss or damage which they cause whilst present on the Racecourse.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Attendee admitted
under these Special Conditions A who does not produce satisfactory
evidence of such insurance on demand or within such period as we may
determine.
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS B - MEDIA CONTRACTORS AND LICENSEES
23. Scope of Special Conditions B
23.1 We (and or our duly authorised agents and sub-licensees) may from time
to time enter into agreements with third parties under which those third
parties, their sub-contractors and licensees are permitted to enter the
Racecourse for the purpose of producing still images or audio/visual/data
coverage of races and fixtures and/or transmitting, broadcasting or
otherwise distributing such coverage from the Racecourse (a Third Party
Media Agreement). These Special Conditions B apply to all Attendees
who are present on the Racecourse under the terms of a Third Party Media
Agreement or for purpose(s) equal or similar to those permitted by a Third
Party Media Agreement (Media Attendees).
23.2 These Special Conditions B apply whether or not a Media Attendee holds
a badge, PASS Card or other entitlement to enter the Racecourse.
23.3 Subject to any special conditions that may be agreed in any Third Party
Media Agreement or Racecourse accreditation all Media Attendees
granted access to the Racecourse under these Special Conditions B must
hold and maintain, or their employers must hold and maintain,
comprehensive and adequate public liability insurance with a reputable
insurer on industry standard terms to cover a reasonable level of liability
for any claim for which they may become liable as a result of any loss or
damage which they cause whilst present on the Racecourse. We reserve
the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Media Attendee admitted under
these Special Conditions B who does not produce satisfactory evidence of
such insurance on demand or within such period as we may determine.
24. Your Rights
24.1 Ordinarily the rights which Attendees have to produce audio/visual/data
coverage of races and fixtures is limited under Condition 10. However,
where Media Attendees are present on the Racecourse under the terms of a
Third Party Media Agreement it is likely that the scope of the rights which
the relevant third party enjoys in respect of, or to produce and exploit,
audio/visual/data coverage of races and fixtures will be wider than that
permitted under Condition 10.
24.2 To the extent that the rights granted under a Third Party Media Agreement
are wider than the rights granted under the General Conditions, including
(but not limited to) Condition 10, Media Attendees will be entitled to
exercise and exploit those rights granted to the third party under the
relevant Third Party Media Agreement.
24.3 Please note, however, that save where we have expressly agreed otherwise
in writing the rights granted a third party under a Third Party Media
Agreement will be personal to that third party. Accordingly, Media
Attendees' rights to attend the Racecourse will be strictly as an employee
or sub-contractor to the relevant third party and Media Attendees will not
be entitled to exercise any rights to, or to produce and exploit,
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audio/visual/data coverage of races and fixtures on their own behalf or for
any purpose other than that permitted under the relevant Third Party Media
Agreement.
24.4 Media Attendees must comply with the terms of any applicable British
Horseracing Authority Instructions which may be relevant to their
activities on the Racecourse. Particular attention is drawn to BHA General
Instructions 5.1 and 5.2(2) which are set out in the Annex to these
Conditions.
25. Third Party Media Agreements to Prevail
If and to the extent that there is any conflict between these Conditions and the
terms of any Third Party Media Agreement, the terms of the Third Party Media
Agreement shall prevail.
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS C - PHOTOGRAPHERS
26. Scope of Special Conditions C
26.1 These Special Conditions C apply to all Attendees who have been granted
an express licence by the Executive and who hold badges or other
entitlements to enter British racecourses allocated by or on behalf of the
RCA to take photographs of races, fixtures and other activities on the
racecourses (Photographers' Accreditation). At the time of publication
of these Conditions this function is performed by the RCA/HWPA Press
Liaison Committee but these Special Conditions C apply to any press
badges allocated by this or any successor body empowered by the RCA to
do so.
26.2 Only those persons who attend the Racecourse holding a valid and
subsisting Photographers' Accreditation (Authorised Photographers) will
be entitled to enter the Racecourse on the basis of these Special Conditions
C.
26.3 Without prejudice to Condition 26.2, these Special Conditions C apply
whether or not an Authorised Photographer holds a badge, PASS Card or
other entitlement to enter the Racecourse.
27. Special Conditions for Holders of Photographers' Accreditation
27.1 In these Special Conditions C the following words and expressions shall
have the following meanings:
(a) Internet means the global network of computer systems using
TCP/IP protocols known as the world wide web.
(b) Newspaper and News Magazine mean, respectively, a newspaper or
magazine published and distributed in printed paper format but
specifically excluding any "one off", special or commemorative
edition or supplement and newspaper or magazine based on a
specific racecourse.
(c) Photograph means any still visual image, or information capable of
being converted into a still visual image, (whether such still visual
image is in physical, negative or digital form or any other form of
electronic storage of whatever nature and whether existing now or
invented in the future) but shall specifically exclude any moving
images, digital sequencing or audio in any form.
(d) Publish means to use, reproduce, distribute, store or communicate to
any person in any form (whether in hard or electronic copy, whether
permanent or transient and whether existing now or invented in the
future).
27.2 Authorised Photographers shall produce satisfactory evidence of their
Photographer's Accreditation upon demand. We reserve the right to refuse
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entry to, or to expel, any Attendee who does not produce such evidence
when asked to do so.
27.3 All Authorised Photographers granted access to the Racecourse under
these Special Conditions C must hold and maintain, or their employers
must hold and maintain, comprehensive and adequate public liability
insurance with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to cover a
reasonable level of liability for any claim for which they may become
liable as a result of any loss or damage which they cause whilst present on
the Racecourse. We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any
Attendee admitted under these Special Conditions C who does not produce
satisfactory evidence of such insurance on demand or within such period
as we may determine.
27.4 Authorised Photographers must wear any form of identification issued by
us to identify them as Authorised Photographers and will return any such
identification upon request.
27.5 Save as we may expressly agree otherwise in writing from time to time,
Authorised Photographers must not wear any form of branded clothing or
otherwise participate in any promotional or other commercial activity on
the Racecourse.
27.6 Authorised Photographers will not do any of those things prohibited by
Condition 10 save as expressly permitted by these Special Conditions C.
27.7 Authorised Photographers will only Publish Photographs:
(a) in a Newspaper or News Magazine or other relevant websites
approved by the Executive in writing; or
(b) as a reproduction on the Internet of an equivalent electronic version
(operating under the same or a substantially similar title or brand
name) of any Newspaper or News Magazine in which the
Photograph is actually Published. A Photograph must only be made
available on the Internet subject to terms which incorporate clear and
legally binding provisions prohibiting:
(i) the reduction of any Photograph to hard copy form; and/or
(ii) the Publication of any Photograph except in order to enable it
to be viewed on the relevant Internet website or service.
We acknowledge that Newspaper and News Magazine versions of a Photograph may
be published at different times to Internet website versions of the same Photograph
and that the different versions may therefore not be identical.
27.8 Authorised Photographers must comply with the terms of any applicable
British Horseracing Authority Instructions which may be relevant to their
activities on the Racecourse. Particular attention is drawn to BHA General
Instructions 5.1 and 5.2(2) which are set out in the Annex to these
Conditions.
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27.9 Authorised Photographers may not attach cameras to any marker posts
(including winning post and furlong markers).
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS D - PRESS
28. Scope of Special Conditions D
28.1 These Special Conditions D apply to all Attendees who hold press
accreditation from the Executive or press badges or other entitlements to
enter British racecourses allocated by or on behalf of the RCA other than
on-course bookmakers' representatives (Press Accreditation). At the time
of publication of these Conditions this function is performed by the
RCA/HWPA Press Liaison Committee but these Special Conditions D
apply to any press badges allocated by this or any successor body
empowered by the RCA to do so.
28.2 Only those persons who attend the Racecourse holding a valid and
subsisting Press Accreditation (Authorised Journalists) will be entitled to
enter the Racecourse on the basis of these Special Conditions D.
28.3 Without prejudice to Condition 28.2, these Special Conditions D apply
whether or not an Authorised Press Attendee holds a badge, PASS Card or
other entitlement to enter the Racecourse.
29. Special Conditions for Holders of Press Accreditation
29.1 In these Special Conditions D the following words and expressions shall
have the following meanings:
(a) Article means any composition or fixture report created at the
Racecourse about a race or fixture or about any person involved in
any race or fixture, whether for immediate, simultaneous or delayed
publication or other distribution.
(b) Internet means the global network of computer systems using
TCP/IP protocols known as the world wide web.
(c) Mobile Text Service means a service, whether free or pay, via which
text only (that is, no audio/visual content whatsoever) versions of
Articles are distributed using mobile telecommunications
technologies such as GPRS and 3G to devices which are capable of
two-way communications of data and voice and intended for use
while the user is in motion.
(d) Newspaper and News Magazine mean, respectively, a newspaper or
magazine published and distributed in printed paper format but
specifically excluding any "one off", special or commemorative
edition or supplement and newspaper or magazine based on a
specific racecourse.
(e) Publish means to use, reproduce, distribute, store or communicate to
any person in any form (whether in hard or electronic copy, whether
permanent or transient and whether existing now or invented in the
future).
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29.2 Authorised Journalists shall produce satisfactory evidence of their Press
Accreditation upon demand. We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to
expel, any Attendee who does not produce such evidence when asked to
do so.
29.3 All Authorised Journalists granted access to the Racecourse under these
Special Conditions D must hold and maintain, or their employers must
hold and maintain, comprehensive and adequate public liability insurance
with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to cover a reasonable
level of liability for any claim for which they may become liable as a result
of any loss or damage which they cause whilst present on the Racecourse.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Attendee admitted
under these Special Conditions D who does not produce satisfactory
evidence of such insurance on demand or within such period as we may
determine.
29.4 Authorised Journalists must wear any form of identification issued by us to
identify them as Authorised Journalists and will return any such
identification upon request.
29.5 Save as we may expressly agree otherwise in writing from time to time,
Authorised Journalists must not wear any form of branded clothing or
otherwise participate in any promotional or other commercial activity on
the Racecourse.
29.6 Authorised Journalists will not do any of those things prohibited by
Condition 10 save as expressly permitted by these Special Conditions D.
29.7 Authorised Journalists will only Publish Articles:
(a) in a Newspaper or News Magazine or other relevant websites
approved by the Executive in writing; or
(b) as a reproduction on the Internet or a Mobile Text Service of an
equivalent electronic version (operating under the same or a
substantially similar title or brand name) of any Newspaper or News
Magazine in which the Article is actually Published. The terms upon
which any Article is made available on an Internet website or a
Mobile Text Service must incorporate clear and legally binding
provisions prohibiting:
(i) the reduction of any Article to hard copy form; and/or
(ii) the Publication of any Article except in order to enable it to be
viewed on the relevant Internet website or Mobile Text Service.
We acknowledge that Newspaper and News Magazine versions of an Article may be
published at different times to Internet website or Mobile Text Service versions of the
same Article and that the different versions may therefore not be identical.
29.8 Authorised Journalists will not Publish
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any statistics or other information for commercial exploitation
as a data service (including but not limited to any of those items
of racing data referred to in Conditions 10.1and 10.2).
29.9 Authorised Journalists are not permitted to take photographs in any area
that would otherwise require photographers accreditation, nor, live
stream or make other audio/visual records of any race, fixture or other
activity on any area of the Racecourse unless they have also been
permitted access to the Racecourse as Authorised Photographers under
Special Conditions C or are otherwise permitted to do so under the terms
of a Third Party Media Agreement and Special Conditions B.
29.10 Authorised Journalists must comply with the terms of any applicable
BHA General Instructions which may be relevant to their activities on
the Racecourse. Particular attention is drawn to BHA Instructions 5.1
and 5.2(2) which are set out in the Annex to these Conditions.
29.11 Authorised Journalists can only use the Press Room or other press
facilities when working. Only Authorised Journalists may enter the
press room. No associates or family members may be brought into the
Press Room.
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS E - ON-COURSE BOOKMAKERS AND STAFF
30 Scope and Duration of Special Conditions E
30.1 These Special Conditions E apply to all Attendees who are involved in
any bookmaking activities on the Racecourse. This includes
Bookmakers (as defined in paragraph 30.6 below) and any person
employed or engaged by a Bookmaker to assist in any way whatsoever
with the carrying out of bookmaking activities on the Racecourse.
30.2 All references to ‘Special Conditions E’ shall include all and any policies
and/or procedures referred to in them.
30.3 These Special Conditions E shall take effect on 1 January 2016.
30.4 We shall provide at least 3 months' notice of our intention to make any
material change to these Special Conditions E and before making any
such material change shall consult with the Bookmakers. Full details of
any material change shall be made available via our Nominated
Contractor’s website not less than 2 weeks before such material change
comes into effect.
30.5 Nothing in these Special Conditions E shall limit or restrict our ability to
make and we shall be entitled to issue minor changes, supplementary
rules and/or guidelines to Special Conditions E from time to time and
such minor changes, supplementary rules and/or guidelines shall have
immediate effect.
Bookmakers and Staff
30.6 The only Attendees who shall be permitted to accept or lay off bets on
the Racecourse shall be:
30.6.1 the holders of a general betting operating licence; and
30.6.2 any person employed by the holder of a general betting operating
licence under a written contract of employment and named on the
general betting operating licence of their employer.
For the purposes of these Special Conditions E, this category of
Attendees shall be known as Bookmakers.
Staff means any employee or other person engaged by a Bookmaker to
provide or assist with the carrying out of bookmaking activities on
behalf of the Bookmaker, but who does not accept or lay off bets.
30.7 These Special Conditions E apply to all Bookmakers and Staff whether
or not they hold any other badge, PASS Card or other entitlement to
enter the Racecourse.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO BOOKMAKERS
30.8 Nothing in these Special Conditions E:
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30.8.1 shall require us to admit to the Racecourse any Bookmaker or
Staff who has or in our reasonable opinion is likely to commit an
offence, a breach of these Special Conditions E or behave in an
unacceptable manner;
30.8.2 shall confer any tenancy or right to exclusive possession upon a
Bookmaker of any part of the Racecourse (including the Existing
Betting Ring) and possession of the Racecourse (including the
Existing Betting Ring) is retained by us and a Bookmaker shall
not be entitled to use any part of the Racecourse (including the
Existing Betting Ring) to the exclusion of us or any others who
are from time to time entitled.
31 Special Conditions for Bookmakers
Definitions
31.1 In these Special Conditions E the following words and expressions shall
have the following meanings:
31.1.1 Betting Area means any area of the Racecourse that we have
designated as a betting area or we otherwise make available to
Bookmakers to carry out bookmaking activities from time to
time;
31.1.2 Betting Badge means the admission ticket purchased by a
Bookmaker on each raceday providing entry to the Racecourse;
31.1.3 Betting Administration Fee means the fee charged by us in
respect of the administration and management of the Betting
Areas;
31.1.4 Betting Ring Manager means our authorised representative or
contractor responsible for ensuring the proper and orderly
admission and conduct of Bookmakers and Staff in the Betting
Areas;
31.1.5 Bookmaker Number means the maximum number of
Bookmakers (one per position) who may enter a Betting Area on
a raceday;
31.1.6 Existing Betting Ring means any Betting Area established and
in use on or prior to 31 August 2007 and in relation to any
temporary areas only for those fixtures authorised under a
Certificate of Approval as at 31 August 2007.
31.1.7 Identification Card means a valid photographic identification
card issued by our Nominated Contractor in accordance with
such procedures as our Nominated Contractor may issue from
time to time.
31.1.8 Identification Papers means:
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(a) either:
(i) a copy of the Bookmaker's general betting operating
licence; or
(ii) in the case of an employee of a Bookmaker who wishes
to accept bets, a copy of the employer's general betting
operating licence or, in the case of a large scale
operator, a staff identification card; or
(b) photographic identification being either a passport, new style
driving licence incorporating a photograph; and
(c) a Certificate of Discharge of liabilities from the Horserace
Betting Levy Board (or appropriate exemption); and
(d) documentary evidence of public liability insurance with a
reputable insurer on industry standard terms in such amount
as we deem appropriate;
31.1.9 New Betting Area means any Betting Area established on or
after 1 September 2007 which includes temporary areas for
fixtures not authorised under a Certificate of Approval as at 31
August 2007.
31.1.10 Nominated Contractor means the contractor nominated by us
from time to time to issue Identification Cards.
Admission to the Betting Areas
31.2 Bookmakers may only receive and take bets in those areas of the
Racecourse that we have designated as Betting Areas. Any Bookmaker
who takes or receives bets or whom we reasonably believe is likely to
take or receive bets in any other part of the Racecourse without our prior
approval shall be refused entry or ejected from the Racecourse (as
appropriate).
31.3 Entry to any Betting Area at a Racecourse shall be limited to:
31.3.1 Bookmakers who have entered into a licence with the Executive
or the Racecourse owner (as applicable);
31.3.2 Staff who have paid the admission fee;
31.3.3 Bookmakers who have paid all applicable fees, including the
admission fee and hold a valid Betting Badge for that raceday;
31.3.4 Bookmakers who make their Identification Card or Identification
Papers available at the Badge Box for inspection on entry to the
Racecourse;
31.3.5 Bookmakers who pay the Betting Administration Fee at the
Badge Box; and
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31.3.6 the Bookmaker Number for the relevant betting area on that
particular raceday.
31.4 Any Bookmaker shall be permitted to apply to the Nominated Contractor
for an Identification Card in accordance with the Executive’s procedures,
as amended from time to time.
31.5 In addition to our rights to refuse entry to or remove any Attendee under
the General Conditions, we reserve the right to refuse entry to or to
remove:
31.5.1 any Bookmaker who fails to present or make available for
inspection their Identification Card or Identification Papers when
requested to do so by us, our officials or the Betting Ring
Manager; or
31.5.2 any Bookmaker or Staff who has breached, or whom we, our
officials or the Betting Ring Manager reasonably believe is likely
to breach, any of these Special Conditions E in any other way.
This may include circumstances where a Bookmaker or Staff has
been refused entry to, removed from or been subject to any other
action by another racecourse because of a breach or likelihood of
breach of Special Conditions E.
Conduct in the Betting Areas
31.6 All Bookmakers and Staff (where appropriate) granted access to the
Racecourse under these Special Conditions E must:
31.6.1 hold and maintain comprehensive and adequate public liability
insurance with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to
cover a reasonable level of liability for any claim for which they
become liable as a result of any loss or damage which they cause
whilst present on the Racecourse;
31.6.2 comply with:
(a) The Rules of Racing;
(b) our instructions and the reasonable instructions given by
our staff, our officials and the Betting Ring Manager;
(c) all applicable laws and regulations which may apply to oncourse
bookmaking from time to time and all guidelines
and codes of conduct which may be issued pursuant to such
laws and regulations;
(d) provide to the Executive all and any information as the
Executive may request relating to the bookmaking activities
carried out by or on behalf of the Bookmaker on the
Racecourse within 14 days of such request.
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31.6.3 not indulge in or be associated in any way with any practice
that has, or might have, the effect of distorting artificially the
betting market or starting price for any race whether by offering
false prices on any horse or any other means.
31.7 In particular, all Bookmakers and Staff (where appropriate) must:
31.7.1 price up the odds on offer at least ten minutes before the
scheduled time of a race on which he or she proposes to bet;
31.7.2 prominently display (i.e. this should not be obscured in any
way and should be within the direct eye line of the customer)
the place terms if betting each-way;
31.7.3 prominently display (i.e. this should not be obscured in any
way and should be within the direct eye line of the customer) a
fair exchange rate if accepting and/or paying out bets in
differing currencies;
31.7.4 conduct bookmaking activities from a stand and equipment
(including display boards) known as a joint that is compliant
with the specification agreed by the RCA and NAB, ARB and
RBA from time to time;
31.7.5 ensure that areas surrounding joints are kept free from clutter
and, where appropriate, personal items are kept in or on the
joint;
31.7.6 keep equipment used in the course of his or her business
(including the joint and surrounding areas) in a clean, tidy and
safe condition, free from clutter. All boxes not stored in the
joint must be removed from the betting area at least thirty
minutes before the scheduled time of the first race;
31.7.7 ensure that umbrellas used by the Bookmaker and his or her
Staff are lowered at or before the start of any race and that
umbrellas are kept lowered until the last horse racing has
passed the winning post unless agreed otherwise by our official
or nominated representative;
31.7.8 conduct his or herself and ensure that his or her Staff conduct
themselves in a proper and seemly manner at all times and
conduct business with customers and other authorised
personnel in a polite and helpful manner; and
31.7.9 comply with and ensure that his or her Staff comply with any
dress code in force on any particular raceday.
31.7.10 where accepting each-way bets, ensure the terms shall be or
shall be better, i.e. more favourable to the customer, than:
(a) for races with fewer than 3 runners " all to win;
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(b) for races with 3 or 4 runners " all to win. Where a
bookmaker wishes to depart from this default position he
may offer place terms for 3 or 4 runners this must be at
1/5 odds a place 1-2;
(c) for races with 5-7 runners (inclusive) " 1/4 odds on place
1-2;
(d) for races with 8 or more runners " 1/5 odds on place 1-2-
3;
(e) for handicap races with 12-15 runners (inclusive) " 1/4
odds on place 1-2-3;
(f) for handicap races with 16-21 runners (inclusive) 1/5 odds
on place 1-2-3-4; and
(g) for handicap races with 22 or more runners " 1/4 odds on
place 1-2-3-4,
and shall comply with Condition 31.7.2 above regarding the
prominent display of terms.
31.8 No Bookmaker shall dismantle his or her joint or leave the Betting Area
until ten minutes after the weighed-in signal has been given in respect of
any race on which he or she has an unsettled cash claim in respect of any
bet at any Meeting. If, following that period, the Bookmaker has an
unsettled cash claim outstanding he or she shall leave with the Betting
Ring Manager:
31.8.1 the amount due to the winning customer;
31.8.2 full details of the terms of the bet;
31.8.3 details of the receipt number.
31.9 Any betting dispute that a Bookmaker is unable to resolve must be
notified to the Betting Ring Manager without delay.
31.10 Unless otherwise displayed prominently, all Bookmakers shall use
Tattersalls Committee as their independent third party dispute resolution
service.
Identification Cards
31.11 Neither the Executive nor any Nominated Contractor shall be under any
obligation to issue an Identification Card to a Bookmaker who in the
Executive’s opinion fails to satisfy such criteria as either the Executive
or our Nominated Contractor set out in its application procedures from
time to time. The Executive and our Nominated Contractor may impose
such conditions as we consider fair and reasonable. The Executive and
our Nominated Contractor may require any application for an
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Identification Card to be accompanied by and/or require the holder of an
Identification Card to provide within a reasonable period upon request:
31.11.1 evidence of the applicant’s identity and compliance with section
92 Gambling Act 2005 which may include a general betting
operating licence, passport, driving licence or such other
documentation as the Executive deems appropriate;
31.11.2 a Certificate of Discharge of liabilities from the Horserace
Betting Levy Board;
31.11.3 evidence of public liability insurance with a reputable insurer
on industry standard terms in such amount as the Executive
deems appropriate;
31.11.4 a fee to cover the administrative costs of processing the
application and issuing the Identification Card;
31.11.5 any other information or documentation as the Executive
considers necessary.
31.12 Identification Cards are non-transferrable and may not be sold, offered
for sale or otherwise transferred to any person. Identification Cards
remain the property of the Executive at all times and the Executive
reserves the right to require the immediate return of Identification Cards.
31.13 If an Identification Card is lost or stolen the Bookmaker must notify our
Nominated Contractor immediately of such loss or theft. Neither our
Nominated Contractor nor the Executive have any obligation to
automatically replace any lost or stolen Identification Card and may
require the Bookmaker to submit a new application. If our Nominated
Contractor or the Executive decides to replace a lost or stolen
Identification Card it may charge a fee to do so.
31.14 The Bookmaker acknowledges and agrees that the Bookmaker is
responsible for ensuring that it holds a valid general betting operating
licence from the Gambling Commission authorising the Bookmaker's
activities on the Racecourse.
31.15 Notwithstanding Special Condition 31.14, the Bookmaker shall
promptly notify the Executive in writing upon becoming aware of any
fact or event that affects the status of the Bookmaker's general betting
operating licence. This would include a change to the corporate status of
the Bookmaker (for example, converting from a partnership to a
company, from a sole trader to a partnership or company, or vice versa).
In addition, the bookmaker shall promptly notify the Executive in
writing of a change to the Bookmaker's trading name or a change of the
Bookmaker's trading address.
Breach of Special Conditions E
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31.16 In addition to our rights to remove Attendees under the General
Conditions of Entry, we reserve the right to remove from the Racecourse
any Bookmaker or Staff who:
31.16.1 has or is likely to commit an offence;
31.16.2 has or is likely to commit a breach of these Special Conditions
E;
31.16.3 behaves or is likely to behave in an unacceptable manner or
unruly manner or in a manner likely to cause offence to other
Attendees.
31.17 If the Executive removes a Bookmaker or member of Staff or becomes
aware of any act by a Bookmaker or member of staff which gave the
Executive a right to remove or refuse entry to a Bookmaker, we shall, at
our sole discretion, decide whether any action shall be taken against the
Bookmaker or member of Staff. Such action may include a restriction
prohibiting the Bookmaker or member of Staff from entering the
Racecourse and/or Betting Area either indefinitely or for such period of
time as we deem appropriate.
31.18 Bookmakers shall be fully liable and responsible for the conduct and
actions of their Staff. Any breach of the General Conditions or these
Special Conditions E by any Staff engaged by a Bookmaker shall be
treated and be liable to incur the same penalties as if it were a breach by
the Bookmaker him or herself.
31.19 We shall not have any liability or responsibility for any loss, damage or
any other harm suffered or incurred by any Bookmaker or Staff arising
from the admission, non-admission or expulsion of any Bookmaker or
Staff from the Racecourse or the Betting Area.
31.20 Any failure or delay by us, our officials or our Betting Ring Manager to
insist upon strict observance of these Special Conditions E or to exercise
our rights under these Special Conditions E or at law shall not be
construed as a waiver of our rights and shall not prevent us from
exercising any of our rights under these Special Conditions E.
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SPECIAL CONDITIONS F - CONTRACTORS, TRADES AND EXHIBITORS
32 Scope of Special Conditions F
32.1.1 These Special Conditions F apply to all Attendees who are not permitted
to enter the Racecourse under any of the other Special Conditions but
who have been permitted by the Executive to carry on a trade, advertise,
distribute leaflets or conduct any other commercial or promotional
activities on the Racecourse which would otherwise be prohibited by
Condition 7.
32.1.2 Only those Attendees who have been granted express written permission
by us to enter the Racecourse on the basis of these Special Conditions F
(a Commercial Authorisation) shall be entitled to do so (Authorised
Commercial Attendees). All Attendees wishing to obtain Commercial
Authorisation must apply to us well in advance of the date of the fixture
on which they wish to carry on a commercial or promotional activity.
We shall be entitled to take a reasonable period to assess and respond to
any such request and to negotiate and agree the terms of any Commercial
Authorisation.
32.3 These Special Conditions F apply whether or not an Authorised
Commercial Attendee holds a badge, PASS Card or other entitlement to
enter the Racecourse.
33 Entitlement to Carry on a Trade, Advertise, Distribute Leaflets and
Conduct other Commercial or Promotional Activities
33.1 We will grant all Commercial Authorisations in writing. Only written
Commercial Authorisations will be valid and binding upon us.
33.2 All Authorised Commercial Attendees must produce satisfactory
evidence of the Commercial Authorisation upon demand. We reserve
the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Authorised Commercial
Attendee who does not produce such evidence when asked to do so.
33.3 All Authorised Commercial Attendees granted access to the Racecourse
under these Special Conditions F must hold and maintain, or their
employers must hold and maintain, comprehensive and adequate public
liability insurance with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to
cover a reasonable level of liability for any claim for which they may
become liable as a result of any loss or damage which they cause whilst
present on the Racecourse. We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to
expel, any Attendee admitted under these Special Conditions F who does
not produce satisfactory evidence of such insurance on demand or within
such period as we may determine.
33.4 Authorised Commercial Attendees must wear any form of identification
issued by us to identify them as Authorised Commercial Attendees and
will return any such identification upon request.
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33.5 Authorised Commercial Attendees may only carry on the commercial
activity expressly referred to in the relevant Commercial Authorisation
and no other commercial activity. We reserve the right to limit the
physical areas on the Racecourse where an Authorised Commercial
Attendee may carry on commercial activity and to specify the times at
which he or she may do so. We further reserve the right to make
changes to the scope and other terms of any Commercial Authorisation
where reasonably required for the smooth and safe operation of the
Racecourse and to minimise disruption or annoyance to other Attendees.
33.6 Where we require Authorised Commercial Attendees to do so, you will
demonstrate the trade and/or provide samples of the products, leaflets,
advertising or other commercial or promotional materials you wish to
distribute at the Racecourse. Where we grant a Commercial
Authorisation to carry on a particular trade or distribute a particular
product or material the relevant Authorised Commercial Attendee will
ensure that the actual trade, product or material will conform with any
demonstration or sample you have provided to us in advance. We shall
be entitled to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Attendee where this
requirement is not met.
33.7 All trades and other commercial or promotional activities carried on at
the Racecourse on the terms of any Commercial Authorisation shall be
carried on at the risk and liability of the relevant Authorised Commercial
Attendee. We shall have no liability for any such trade, commercial or
promotional activity. However, we shall be entitled to require an
Authorised Commercial Attendee to reimburse us on an indemnity basis
for any losses, liabilities, costs, claims or expenses we suffer or incur as
a result of or in connection with any trade, commercial or promotional
activity carried on by that Authorised Commercial Attendee.
Published by [•], November 2015
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23 November 2015
ANNEX
BHA Instructions Relevant to Media
1. The attention of all Members of the Media is drawn to the BHA Instruction No.
5.2(2), namely:
1.1 Photographers may not position themselves on the racing surface or on or
above the take-off or landing side of a fence or hurdle and are to remain on
the outside of any running rail
Note: For Jump Racing the surface is deemed as the course in use for the
particular race (for example, the hurdles or chase course). This also
includes any bypass of a hurdle or fence, whether it is in use or not. For
Flat racing, all photographers must be behind a running rail.
1.2 Photographers must not stand behind any wing of a fence or hurdle or
protrude a camera through any part of a wing or stand between a double
rail.
1.3 No remote cameras are to be attached to any wing or a fence or hurdle
1.4 No remote cameras are to be places on the take-off side of a fence or
hurdle, except in a ditch or behind or in the wing on the non-bypass side.
Remote cameras may be positioned on the landing side of a fence (not
hurdle) within and no further than six inches from the base of fence frame;
1.5 Tripods and ladders must not be used before or for 30 yards after a fence
or hurdle on the side of the rail marking the layby of that fence or hurdle.
The tope step/platform of the ladder must not be higher than the running
rail;
1.6 For Flat racing, ladders can only be used after the winning post (except in
areas open to the public) and behind a double running rail or five yards
back from a single running rail;
1.7 Photographers using a ladder must remain static on the ladder until all
runners have gone past the site of the ladder;
1.8 Camera support spikes and mini-tripods may be used but must be behind
the line of the running rail upright.
1.9 Photography inside the winners’ enclosure is to be restricted to those who
are authorised by the Racecourse Association or Managing Executive
(unless other accreditation arrangements are in place);
1.10 Photography is not to take place in the saddling boxes or the parade ring
except with permission from the Managing Executive.
1.11 Photography is not to take place in the Weighing Room, except with
permission from the BHA. Photography is not to take place in the Official
Racecourse Stables, except with prior permission from the BHA. Such
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permission will only be granted in exceptional circumstances. Permission
will not be granted for requests made on the day of racing;
1.12 Flash photography of horses is not permitted. Flash photography may be
allowed in specific areas or in adverse light conditions, with permission of
the Racecourse Executive;
1.6 Photography of on-going medical or veterinary treatment is not permitted.
Specific examples where photography is not considered acceptable,
although the list is not exhaustive, include horses or riders undergoing
treatment when screens have been erected, the interior of an ambulance
when a patient is on board and inside designated treatment areas for both
humans and equines.
2. Filming on the Racecourse is subject to contractual arrangements being in
place prior to the raceday. Advance contact should be made with the
racecourse managing executive to arrange the necessary accreditation.
3. The attention of all television and radio broadcasters is drawn to the BHA
Instruction No. 5.1, namely:
3.1 Filming or radio interviews are not to take place on racedays in the
following designated integrity areas without the prior permission of The
BHA:
Weighing Room complex (to include Weighing Room, Stewards’ Room
and Jockeys’ Changing Rooms) However, if the Managing Executive
agrees, a mini-camera with an effects microphone may be installed in the
Weighing Room itself without permission of the BHA, providing that the
Stipendiary Steward and the Clerk of the Scales are informed beforehand:
Sampling Unit
Racecourse Stables (once BHA’s security provision is in force)
Judges’ Box,
Stewards’ Viewing Boxes
The Start.
3.2 If broadcasters wish to use any of these areas for filming etc., racecourses
should refer broadcasters to the Communications and Promotions
Department at BHA’s Head Office (telephone no: 020 7152 0162), who
will inform both the racecourse and the appropriate BHA Officials of the
decision. Officials will not allow filming to take place in designated
integrity areas unless authorised beforehand by the PR Department. If an
urgent situation requires it, this authority may be obtained on the day by
telephone;
3.3 The sitting of television cameras and the activities of broadcasters in all
other areas of the Racecourse are matters to be decided by the managing
executive, who must always take into account safety, the smooth running
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of the meeting and ensure compliance with the requirements of paragraphs
3.5 - 3.12 (shown below).
3.4 If BHA Officials consider that the activities of television crews in these
areas are a threat to safety, the smooth running of the meeting or
contravene paragraphs 3.5-3.12 below they will immediately inform the
managing executive who will deal with the situation without delay in line
with the requirements in paragraph 3.3
Such activities would include:
Distracting horses or riders whilst racing or on the way to the start
Prejudicing safety in the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure or between these
areas and the racecourse
Holding up jockeys before the start of a race, or delaying them unduly
from returning to weigh in
Note: These examples are not exhaustive, and other circumstance may
pose a threat to safety or the smooth running of the meeting.
3.5 The proposal to introduce any new type of tracking camera must first be
cleared for safety by television companies with the BHA Racing
Department.
3.6 Also in the interests of safety, tracking cameras must travel no less than
ten yards from the side of the course or, if this is impossible no less than
50 yards in front of the leading horse. Vehicles carrying these cameras
must be careful to avoid rapid acceleration or deceleration.
3.7 Any mobile camera designed to be carried by horse or rider must be
authorised by the BHA. A protocol for its use will then be developed by
the BHA with racing’s associations and the television companies.
3.8 Cameras at the start are not to be placed in such position that they will
upset the horses or impede the starting procedures.
3.9 If cameras are positioned at the winning line, they must be sited so as not
to interfere in any way with the photofinish mirror or the integrity
cameras. They must also not be attached to either the winning post or any
marker post. Where facilities for cameras are limited, the integrity
cameras must be given priority.
3.10 Broadcast cameras must not restrict the view of the Racecourse Stewards,
BHA Officials or integrity cameras.
3.11 The sitting of any cameras which encroach onto the track (for example
overhead or in a fence etc) is to be agreed beforehand with the Inspector of
Courses and the Racecourse Department.
3.12 Filming of ongoing medical or veterinary treatment is not permitted.
Specific examples where filming is not considered acceptable, although
the list in not exhaustive, include horses or riders undergoing treatment
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when screens have been erected, the interior of an ambulance when a
patient is on board, and inside designated treatment areas for both humans
and equines without prior permission from the Communications
Department.

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