A private trainer's license may be issued to an applicant who has an ownership or lease interest in a horse exceeding 50 percent if that person has been a licensed owner for one year, has three years of experience with Thoroughbred racehorses, and passes written and practical exams.
In addition to the qualifications set forth in section 4002.8 of this Part, an initial private trainer's license may be issued to an applicant which will allow the applicant to act as trainer only for horses in which the applicant holds an ownership or lease interest exceeding 50 percent if the applicant:
(a) has been licensed as an owner in this or another jurisdiction for at least one year;
(b) can show three years of concentrated experience in the care and training of thoroughbred race horses; and
(c) passes the written and practical tests given for assistant trainer.
Sec. filed Nov. 4, 1983 eff. Jan. 1, 1984.
Current with amendments included in the New York State Register, Volume XXXVII, Issue 18, dated May 6, 2015.