Talk to us!

Your comments are welcome and will be received until July 12, 2019.

The Horse Racing Appeal Panel is seeking stakeholder feedback on its Rules of Procedure as part of its ongoing commitment to continually enhance and improve its adjudicative process.

We are looking for feedback in three broad areas:

  1. Streamlining the Appeal Process
  2. Disclosure
  3. Best Practices

See our Rules of Procedure Consultation Memo for more information.

We appreciate your participation!

Parlez-nous !

Vos commentaires sont les bienvenus et seront reçus jusqu’au 12 juillet 2019.

Le Comité d’appel des courses de chevaux sollicite les commentaires des intervenants sur ses Règles de procédure dans le cadre de son engagement d’améliorer continuellement son processus décisionnel.

Nous cherchons à obtenir de la rétroaction dans trois grands domaines :

  1. Simplification du processus d’appel
  2. Divulgation
  3. Pratiques exemplaires

Consultez notre Note de consultation sur les Règles de procédure pour plus d’informations.

Nous apprécions votre participation!

About The Horse Racing Appeal Panel

Who we are

Established on April 1, 2016 under the Horse Racing Licence Act, 2015, the Horse Racing Appeal Panel (HRAP) is an adjudicative body mandated by the Government of Ontario to hear appeals of decisions made under the Rules of Racing.

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Panel Members

HRAP members are appointed by the AGCO Board based on experience and qualifications. Additionally, it is important that there is broad representation from the various sectors of the industry on the Panel, ensuring the appropriate experience and expertise is available. All Appointments are made through a competitive, merit-based process, with the intent to employ a broad cross-section of individuals with horse racing experience and ideally with one or more of the following qualifications: legal experience; scientific or medical/pharmacology expertise; governance background; experience in sport disputes; and knowledge of administrative justice principles. The appointments process helps to ensure that the HRAP operates and conducts appeals with integrity, and that the parties before it have confidence that they will be treated fairly and by an impartial panel.