TO WASTER..YOUR ANOTHER DIP SHIT ON HERE THAT KNOWS NOTHING!!
YOU NAME ME ONE FARM IN ILLINOIS THAT WAS SEARCHED BY INVESTIGATORS,
YOU CAN'T NONE! I CAN NAME YOU FIVE RIGHT OFF THE TOP INCLUDING
THE NOLE DAILY BUST LAST YEAR.
HOW MANY TRAINER APPLICATION LICENSES IN NJ & ILLINOIS HAVE YOU SEEN?
GET BOTH AND READ THEM TOGETHER THEY ARE VERY DIFFERENT.
Actually, you're both right...you're just talking about two different things...training farms in your case and racetracks in "Waster's" case. Here's what he said:"It matters not weather the the track is privately owned or state owned. They both are under the juristiction of the state racing officials.Ant track that refuses state investigaters access to its ground would have its licence pulled. " Note how he says "track," not "farm".
Yes, in NJ, by signing your license application you are giving the authorities to search any premises you occupy or have the right to occupy, including your car, your home or the space you rent on a training farm. That is not the case in IL, where training farms are not licensed. However, in both NJ and Illinois, the authorities have the right to be on the grounds of the racetrack.