(a) Any person, association, or corporation desiring to conduct horse racing within
this state shall apply to the division of gaming and athletics licensing for a license
on forms provided by the division. The application shall specify the days on which horse racing is to be conducted,
the location of the horse racing, and such other information as may be required by
(b) The division may also require any person, association, or corporation to give
information as to financial standing and credit. The division shall have the right to reject any applications for a license for any
cause that it may deem sufficient, and the action of the division both as to the license
and the date or award shall be final, subject to the right of appeal provided by chapter
2 of this title.
(c) The division shall, as far as practicable, avoid conflicts in the dates assigned
or awarded for horse racing in the state.
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