Cross Simulcasting Law and Legal Definition
Cross simulcasting is the simulcast of a horse race of a type other than that normally conducted at the track where the race is televised. In order to conduct a cross simulcasting, license or permit from the authorities of the concerned state is required.
The following is an example of a state statute (Colorado) defining the term Cross Simulcasting :
According to C.R.S. 12-60-102 (6) "Cross Simulcasting" means either the receipt of a simulcast race of horses by a simulcast facility which is located on the premises of a track which is licensed to race greyhounds or the receipt of a simulcast race of greyhounds by a simulcast facility which is located on the premises of a track which is licensed to race horses.