Sec. 2. (a) A person less than eighteen (18) years of age may not wager at a horse racing meeting.
(b) A person less than eighteen (18) years of age may not enter the grandstand, clubhouse, or similar areas of a racetrack at which wagering is permitted unless accompanied by a person who is at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
(c) A person less than eighteen (18) years of age may not enter a satellite facility.
(d) Except as provided by IC 4-35-7-2, a person less than twenty-one (21) years of age may not enter the area of a racetrack in which gambling games are conducted under IC 4-35.
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2. Amended by P.L.24-1992, SEC.22; P.L.25-1996, SEC.1; P.L.233-2007, SEC.9.
Sec. 3. (a) The following equipment must be provided and maintained in good working order at each permit holder's racetrack or satellite facility, as applicable:
(1) A totalizator for win, place, and show wagering. The totalizator must:
(A) be of a design approved by the commission;
(B) be capable of registering by automatic mechanical, electric, or electronic means on central aggregators all
wagers made on each horse, entry, or the field in each of the
win, place, and show pools;
(C) display the totals wagered in a manner that permits ready tabulation and recording of those totals by the commission's representative before they are cleared from the central aggregators; and
(D) display to the public on a board running totals of amounts wagered in each of the win, place, and show pools on each entry in each race.
(2) A telephone system connecting the judges' stand with the office of the pari-mutuel plant and any other stations considered necessary by the commission.
(3) A system of bells that shall be rung from the judges' stand to signal the close of wagering.
(4) A button in the judges' stand that, when pressed, will lock ticket-issuing machines and close wagering for each race.
(b) In addition to the requirements of subsection (a), a permit holder may conduct exotic wagering only by the use of automatic mechanical, electric, or electronic devices that:
(1) print and issue tickets evidencing individual wagers;
(2) locally print a permanent record of the tickets issued by each machine or register on central aggregators by automatic mechanical, electric, or electronic means the total dollar value of those tickets; and
(3) permit ready tabulation and recording of those figures by the commission's representative before they are cleared from the central aggregators.
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2. Amended by P.L.24-1992, SEC.23.
Computer system safeguards
Sec. 4. The commission may require safeguards on the performance of a permit holder's computer systems and may require the permit holder to install equipment that will provide a complete analysis of the functioning of those computer systems.
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2.
Records of wagering
Sec. 5. (a) Each permit holder shall maintain complete records of all wagering so the commission may ascertain for any race:
(1) the opening line and subsequent odds fluctuations;
(2) the amount of wagers;
(3) at which window wagers were placed on a betting interest; and
(4) any other information that the commission may require.
(b) A permit holder shall retain the records required by subsection (a) for at least one (1) year after the close of each horse racing meeting and may not destroy those records without the permission of
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2.
Sec. 6. At all racetracks where the wagering averages fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) or more each day on which pari-mutuel wagering is conducted, the permit holder shall employ or engage the services of at least one (1) security officer in uniform to be on duty during racing hours and stationed in front of the mutuel department in close proximity to the information window.
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2. Amended by P.L.24-1992, SEC.24.
Sec. 7. (a) As used in this section, "live racing day" means a day on which at least eight (8) live horse races are conducted.
(b) Upon request by a permit holder from time to time, the commission may authorize the permit holder to conduct pari-mutuel wagering at the permit holder's racetrack on televised simulcasts of horse races from other racetracks in Indiana or in other states or countries where horse racing and wagering are permitted by law. The commission may adopt rules regarding simulcasting. A permit holder that conducts at least one hundred twenty (120) live racing days annually may request an unlimited number of days of simulcasting per year. However, the requirement for one hundred twenty (120) live racing days does not apply if the commission determines that the permit holder is prevented from conducting live horse racing as a result of a natural disaster or other event over which the permit holder has no control. In addition, if the initial racing meeting conducted by a permit holder commences at such a time as to make it impractical to conduct one hundred twenty (120) live racing days during the permit holder's first year of operations, the commission may authorize the permit holder to conduct simulcast wagering during the first year of operations with fewer than one hundred twenty (120) live racing days. A permit holder that conducts fewer than one hundred twenty (120) live racing days annually may request permission to conduct simulcasting only during the hours on a racing day when racing is being conducted at the permit holder's racetrack. The televised simulcasts must comply with the Interstate Horse Racing Act of 1978 (15 U.S.C. 3001 et seq.).
(c) A permit holder that conducts simulcasts on a day that is not a live racing day may not simulcast races conducted in other states unless the permit holder also simulcasts all available races conducted in Indiana on that day.
As added by P.L.341-1989(ss), SEC.2. Amended by P.L.24-1992, SEC.25.