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§ 1280.3. Declaration of Drugs Administered.

3 CA ADC § 1280.3BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 3. Food and Agriculture
Division 2. Animal Industry
Chapter 6. Drugging of Horses
3 CCR § 1280.3
§ 1280.3. Declaration of Drugs Administered.
(a) Show or competition horses receiving a prohibited substance for therapeutic reasons are not be eligible for show or competition for a period of not less than 24 hours after receiving the prohibited substance.
(b) Sale horses receiving a permissible substance or prohibited substance for therapeutic reasons are not eligible for a public sale for a period of not less than 72 hours after receiving the permissible or prohibited substance.
(c) Any horse receiving anabolic steroids for therapeutic reasons shall be withdrawn from show, competition, or sale for 90 days after the administration of the anabolic steroid and for 45 days after the administration of fluphenazine or reserpine.
(d) Registered event exhibitors/owners/trainers must make a declaration of drugs administered pursuant to Food and Agricultural Code section 24011 and as specified in subsection (f) below for any horse that has received a prohibited substance for therapeutic reasons within three (3) days before a show/competition.
(e) Registered sale consignors must make a declaration of drugs administered in accordance with subsection (f) below for any horse that has received a permissible substance or a prohibited substance for therapeutic reasons within five (5) days before a sale.
(f) All declarations of drugs administered must be filed with the event manager on a completed Declaration of Drugs Administered, Form 76-027 as provided by the Department within one (1) hour of administering the product(s) if the administration occurs at the event or within one (1) hour after an event manager returns to duty if the administration occurs at a time other than during event hours. The Declaration of Drugs Administered form shall include:
(1) Name and date of event;
(2) Time and date of declaration;
(3) Horse entry number;
(4) Name, age, sex, color, and breed of horse;
(5) Product name of drug or medication administered;
(6) Amount, mode/route of administration (oral/injection/topical), and size/concentration/strength of drug or medication administered;
(7) Diagnosis and reason for administering the medication;
(8) Time and date of administration;
(9) Name and signature of person administering the drug or medication;
(10) Name, address, and telephone number of horse's owner; and
(11) Name and signature of the event manager receiving the declaration, which acknowledges the form is complete, including the date and time received.
(g) Event managers of public equine events shall submit all Declaration of Drugs Administered, Form 76-027 received pursuant to this section to the Department within 15 days of the completion of the event, and for saleyard managers of public horse sales within 15 days of the end of the month reported.
(h) Information provided on the Declaration of Drugs Administered, Form 76-027 in conjunction with any other relevant evidence shall be considered by the Department in determining whether a violation has occurred.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 407, 24011 and 24013, Food and Agricultural Code. Reference: Sections 24003, 24004 and 24006, Food and Agricultural Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 1-7-2021; operative 4-1-2021 (Register 2021, No. 2). (OAL review extended 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-40-20.) For prior history, see Register 95, No. 25.
This database is current through 5/6/22 Register 2022, No. 18
3 CCR § 1280.3, 3 CA ADC § 1280.3
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