Rules and Directives


The AGCO puts its decisions into effect through the publication of Directives. Where Directives address new rules, the Rules of Racing are updated.


Issued by the Registrar, Directives reflect decisions of the Board of the AGCO


What is a Notice of Proposed Order?

If the Registrar decides to refuse, revoke or suspend a licence, a Notice of Proposed Order will be served on the individual, detailing what the Registrar is going to do, giving reasons why it is being done, and providing the licensee or potential licensee 15 days to respond.

If the person responds within the 15 days, the decision will be reviewed by the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT)

For more information:

Licence Appeal Tribunal

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