Notwithstanding ORS 167.108 (Definitions for ORS 167.109 and 167.112) to 167.164 (Possession of a gray machine), a race meet licensee, with the prior approval of the Oregon Racing Commission, may conduct handicapping contests for race meet patrons. Such contests may include, but are not limited to, competitions for prizes for the highest percentage of correct selection of the order of finish of animals from among predetermined races that are live races conducted at the licensee’s race course or simulcast races offered by the licensee, or any combination thereof. Prizes offered for handicapping contests are not part of the pari-mutuel wagering system. [1993 c.682 §12]
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