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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.

      Section: 5:5-151: Takeout rate, distribution.

          
25. Sums wagered at an off-track wagering facility on races being transmitted to that off-track wagering facility from an out-of-State sending track and sums wagered through the account wagering system on races conducted by an out-of-State host track shall be subject to the takeout rate determined pursuant to section 24 of this act and the sums resulting from that takeout rate as applied to the parimutuel pool generated at the off-track wagering facility or through the account wagering system shall be distributed as follows, except money resulting from breakage on amounts wagered at the off-track wagering facility or through the account wagering system and from outstanding parimutuel ticket moneys issued at the off-track wagering facility shall be distributed as provided by subsection c. of this section.

a. The amount, if any, as agreed by the off-track wagering licensee or account wagering licensee and the out-of-State track pursuant to section 23 of this act shall be paid to the out-of State track.

b. Of the amount remaining after the deduction of the amount under subsection a. of this section from the amount of the takeout rate, 40\% shall be paid to the New Jersey Racing Industry Special Fund and 60\% shall be paid to the off-track wagering licensee or the account wagering licensee, as appropriate.

c. Breakage moneys and outstanding parimutuel ticket moneys resulting from wagering at the off-track wagering facility or through the account wagering system on races conducted by the out-of-State track shall be distributed as follows: $150,000 annually to Jockey's Health and Welfare, $150,000 annually to Standardbred Drivers' Health and Welfare, and all remaining moneys to the commission for racing costs in accordance with section 26 of this act. If in any calendar year the total amount of breakage moneys and outstanding parimutuel ticket moneys referred to herein exceed the $300,000 to be paid to Jockey's Health and Welfare and Standardbred Drivers' Health and Welfare, and the amounts required to pay racing costs as provided in section 26 of this act, such remaining funds shall be allocated as follows: 50\% to the off-track wagering licensee or account wagering licensee, as appropriate and 50\% to the New Jersey Racing Industry Special Fund.

L.2001,c.199,s.25.



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