This section outlines the personal and entity disclosure requirements when applying for the following:

  • Horseperson
  • Racetracks
  • Fairs
  • Teletheatres
  • Pari-Mutuel Operators
  • Claiming Certificates
  • Estate/Trust and Stable Licences
  • Thoroughbred/Quarter Horse Leases
  • Partnership Registrations

Definitions

Sole Proprietorship - The business is owned by one individual and is NOT an incorporated business.

Corporation - The business is incorporated.

Partnership - The business is owned by two or more partners who carry on business together, registered under the Partnerships Act or Limited Partnership Act.

Shareholder - An individual or entity that holds ownership through holding shares.

Racetrack Operator Licence

Applicants applying for a Racetrack Operator licence will be required to provide the name of any associated individuals, entities or corporations as follows:

  • Officers and Directors
  • Key employees*
  • Shareholders holding 5% or more ownership interest.

*Key employees are those in areas of responsibility affecting the operation of the racetrack.  These employees must hold a valid Association Official licence.

Persons named above will be required to provide personal disclosure information.  Entities will be required to provide details of incorporation as well as a schematic diagram of corporation relationships.

Stable Licences – Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse

Applicants applying for a stable licence must:

  • Be active participants in the breed of racing for which they are applying to be licenced
  • Provide a list of names of directors, shareholders and partners required under rule to be licensed
  • Standardbred stables must first be registered with Standardbred Canada or the United States Trotting Association

Estate/Trust Licences: Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse

Applicants applying for an Estate/Trust licence must:

  • Be active participants in the breed of racing for which they are applying to be licenced
  • Provide a list of names of directors, shareholders and partners required under the rule to be licensed
  • Ensure the representative of the estate/trust has a valid AGCO Owner Licence
  • Ensure that any individual or entity holding or controlling five per cent (5%) or more of an entity is licensed appropriately for that ownership (e.g. Owner, Stable Licence, Partnership Registration)

Fair or Non-Extended Meet Licences

Applicants applying for a Fair or Non-Extended Meet licence, who are Directors, must provide disclosure information.

Key employees are required to have a valid Association Official licence.

 

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