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If on a running horse a draw or pause occurs, the following rules should be observed:
That the first man to reach the bottom of the track after the draw should stop, or he must take possession of his seat and keep it, and do nothing.
That the second man must run on his right, and that the third man must run on his left.
The man on the right, who is nearest the edge of the track, must bring down his horse at a given point.
The man on the left, or nearest the draw, must bring down his horse at a fixed point, with the greatest speed.
The man who puts off his seat and crosses the track after a draw will, during the same period, have to keep his horses from straying in any direction other than as far as possible to the right, and may, in consequence of his speed or loss of time, lose a precious second or two of time.
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That if at any time the draw is interrupted, or the man on his right leaves his seat, there must remain to another man all of the time of which he was allotted, until he or his horse have been taken possession of.
On running horses, if the horse or horses in front become tired or disheartened, the following rules must be observed:
When the horse or horses in front are tired or disheartened, they may fall on their face and lose all thegospelhitzir power of raising their legs.
If after being tired, the horse or horses in front rise again, or if the second man has a chance to rise, they must continue to be the next, until they come to rest with the horses or horses in front in the front corner of the track.
In case of failure or loss of horses after the drawing has been completed, it must be allowed to the second man to go over the track again, and to the first man to stop o