a) The Trainer must submit the horse's medication declarations using the supplied standard official form, to the Executive Manager of the Department of Veterinary Regulation at least seven (7) days prior to the horse departing for Hong Kong, irrespective of the country in which the horse is located at the time, and the Club will acknowledge its receipt.
b) The list must include all medications administered to the horse within one (1) month of the horse departing for Hong Kong and the last date of administration of all anabolic substances, long-acting corticosteroids, hormones, procaine penicillin and other slowly eliminated medications, including implants. This applies irrespective of which country the horse is located in prior to departing for Hong Kong.
c) The Club appointed inspecting veterinary surgeon must, at the time of his/her inspection, be provided with an update of any medication administered to the horse since the first medication declaration and document this in writing on the supplied standard official form to be submitted to the Executive Manager of the Department of Veterinary Regulation.
d) Any medications administered to the horse between the pre-travel veterinary inspection and the horse's arrival in Hong Kong must be immediately declared, in writing using the supplied standard official form, to the Executive Manager of the department of Veterinary Regulation.
e) It is important to note that all medications administered to the horse must be declared, irrespective of whether or not they are considered as, or to contain, prohibited substances, under the Rules of Racing in any other racing jurisdictions.