The ROAP Flat Racing Accreditation School will be held at the UL Shelby Campus, hosted by the University of Louisville on June 11-18, 2018. If you are interested in the course, please register below to receive updates. Hotel information will be forwarded once available. A 16 hour CE will also be available for currently accredited officials on June 11-12 (CLICK HERE to register for the CE only)
Registrations are currently being taken. Four (4) items must be complete prior to attending the accreditation school:
It is strongly encouraged to purchase a materials packet well in advance of the school. The cost is $50 which includes the text book and supplemental materials. To purchase the materials packet please use the paypal link below or send a check/money order, payable to ROAP, to 821 Corporate Drive, Lexington, KY 40503.
(PayPal link will be updated shortly)
What to expect?
It is strongly encouraged to obtain the materials packet as soon as possible. The materials contain the text book and supplemental information that will be covered during the school. Due to the length of the school, information is covered very quickly and it is encouraged to read the entire text book prior to attending. Additionally, a thorough review of the ARCI model rules or your state jurisdictions rule book will assist in your completion of the school.
The school is divided into three sections - General, Legal, and Medication. The bulk of the day will be in lecture with field trips schedule to attend and observe live races. The testing includes a four and a half (4.5) hour written examination, two (2) hour film review and a 30 minute oral examination.
Lectures will be in a classroom setting and for long hours. Be sure to dress comfortably but presentable. Jeans are acceptable during lectures. Bring at least two professional outfits to wear to the races. Keep in mind to wear comfortable shoes for walking as much of the time spent at the races will be shadowing officials on both the front and backside.
How to Prepare For and Get the Most Out of the Steward/Judge Accreditation Program
If you have any questions about the application process, please direct them to the ROAP Coordinator, Cathy O'Meara