Steve Asmussen trains Kentucky Derby hopeful Tapiture. Asmussen, the subject of an undercover video by the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, has mostly received support from the horse racing industry. Only Zayat Stables cut its ties with him.
Steve Asmussen trains Kentucky Derby hopeful Tapiture. Asmussen, the subject of an undercover video by the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, has mostly received support from the horse racing industry. Only Zayat Stables cut its ties with him. Herald-Leader
Steve Asmussen trains Kentucky Derby hopeful Tapiture. Asmussen, the subject of an undercover video by the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, has mostly received support from the horse racing industry. Only Zayat Stables cut its ties with him. Herald-Leader

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