The long-awaited report by the New York Gaming Commission of their investigation into the care of horses trained by Steve Asmussen has been delayed.
The Blood-Horse reports that the commission announced Wednesday that they decided to pull the results of the investigation from its board meeting, which is scheduled for Sept. 24.
“It's not ready,” agency spokesman Lee Park said of the Asmussen report.
New York regulators have been investigating claims by PETA that there was widespread abuse of horses in Asmussen's care. In January, Dr. Scott Palmer, the commission's equine medical director, said investigators had completed the probe into PETA's allegations, but he didn't give a timetable as to when the results would be released.
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