UTAH HORSE RACING COMMISSION

UQHRA is sanctioned by the Utah Horse Racing Commission (UHRC). Our races abide by the rules and regulations setforth by UHRC. For additional information and latest information on medication, doping voilations, pentalties please visit: 

https://ag.utah.gov/farmers/animal-industry/utah-horse-racing-commission/

Utah Code and Administrative Rules Relating to Horse Racing

Utah Horse Regulation Act (Utah Code Annotated: Title 4, Chapter 38)

Horse Racing (R52-7)

Utah Horse Racing Online License Application:

https://udafdms.utah.gov/

Utah Horse Racing Paper License Application: 

2022-licensing-application-1.pdf (utah.gov) English

2022-licensing-application-Spanish.pdf (utah.gov)

Update as of August 30, 2021 - The following items were passed by the UHRC Board

1. Lasix administration- Horsemen must be on grounds 4 hours prior to the start of the race. Additionally, Lasix may only be administered by a veterinarian contracted with the commission and on the grounds of the track on race day.

 

Updates as of February 12, 2021

1. The stand down period for joint injections was reduced from 14 days to 7 days. 

2. The level of allowable Phenylbutazone was returned to 5ug/ml.

All individuals will be required to obtain a license.

Licensing will be administered by The Utah Department of Agriculture.

It is the responsibility of every individual to know and understand the rules and regulations. We (UQHRA) will do our best to keep horsemen updated of any rule changes, but it is ultimately the horsemen's responsibility

     2022 STEWARDS MEMORANDUM

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UHRC CONTACTS

Director, Animal Industry: Leann Hunting

T: 385-977-2158, E: leannhunting@utah.gov

State Veterinarian: Dean Taylor

T: 385-290-9462, E: djtaylor@utah.gov

UHRC Licensing: Kortee Mcgee

T: 801-982-2243, E: kmcgee@utah.gov