The Oklahoma Racing Commission has approved a change to the state's claiming rule that will eliminate the requirement that a horse be raised in claiming price a minimum of 25 percent in the 30 days following a claim. The rule will now go through the administrative process, said Tino Rieger, the executive director for the commission. The earliest it would go into effect is late spring, 2011.\r\n&nbsp;\r\nThe commission, which met Thursday, could approve Oklahoma race dates for 2011 at its next meeting Nov. 18. The panel took preliminary action on a proposed calendar Thursday, by authorizing its staff to draw up orders for final approvals of dates.\r\n\r\nRemington Park&nbsp; is seeking its traditional 67-date fall Thoroughbred meet, from Aug. 17 to Dec. 10. The track has also asked for 50 dates for Quarter Horses from March 4 to May 30.\r\n\r\nWill Rogers Downs has requested a 32-date Thoroughbred meet from Feb. 21-May 7, and a 28-date Quarter Horse meet from Sept. 9-Nov. 12. Fair Meadows has asked a 34-date mixed meet from June 2 to July 23.