Stable Assist

RISA Service Centre & Stable Assist Terms & Conditions of Use

1. Acceptance of terms

By lodging a nomination, acceptance, stable return, scratching or rider, whether by telephone, online through StableAssist or otherwise, you accept and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions which constitute an agreement between you and RISA.

2. Limitation of liability

To the maximum extent permitted by law, RISA will be under no liability in respect of any loss or damage (including consequential loss or damage) which may be suffered or incurred or which may arise directly or indirectly in respect of:

  1. any services supplied or provided by the RISA Service Centre;
  2. any delay, omission, default or error of RISA, its employees or agents, whether negligent or not, in relation to:
    1. the lodgement of nominations, acceptances, stable returns, scratchings and riders;
    2. the publication of track condition updates;
    3. the provision of other additional information, including but not limited to race meeting dates, race classes, race closing dates, race field information (times, barriers etc), race field amendments or race programming, whether or not RISA was aware of the possibility of such loss or damage,
  3. any error or delay in the processing of transactions, or
  4. any technical malfunction or other problems with any telephone network or service, computer systems, servers or providers, computer or telephone equipment or software.

To the extent that RISA's liability cannot by law be disclaimed, RISA's liability for any loss or damage suffered or incurred in relation to the use of the RISA Service Centre or StableAssist is limited to, at RISA's option, supply of the services again, or the refund of the nomination, acceptance or scratching fee paid, if any.

3. Australian Rules of Racing

By lodging a nomination, acceptance, scratching, stable return or rider, whether online, by phone or otherwise, you accept and agree to be bound by the Australian Rules of Racing and the Local Rules, Regulations, By-Laws and Conditions of the Principal Racing Authority for the State or Territory in which the horse shall race.

4. Recording of Calls and logging of online activity

  1. All calls to the RISA Service Centre are recorded and all online activity is logged.
  2. The recorded calls and online activity reports may be shared with the PRA in each State and Territory of Australia in order to:
    1. enable PRAs to fulfill their supervisory responsibilities;
    2. promote and protect the integrity of the sport;
    3. ensure compliance with the Rules of Racing.
  3. The recorded calls and online activity reports may also be disclosed to third parties such as government enforcement agencies, appeal bodies, race clubs or other authorities as required, but only for one or more of the purposes described above.