The disciplinary case of Sir Mark Todd has been adjourned after a video of him hitting a horse with a tree department.
The 66-year-old horse racing coach, a former Olympic equestrian champion, was given an interim suspension final month.
An impartial panel from the British Horseracing Authority was because of resolve on Thursday whether or not his conduct was prejudicial to racing’s repute.
However panel chairman James O’Mahony stated there have been “authorized points that wanted cautious consideration”.
A brand new listening to date has not been set.
Todd, a New Zealander who trains in Wiltshire, has apologized for his actions.
A video on social media confirmed him hitting a horse a number of occasions with a tree department on 29 August 2020 as he led it to a water soar in a cross-country education session.
Todd received gold medals within the Olympic particular person occasion in Los Angeles 1984 and Seoul 1988, and earned knighthoods in 2013 for his equestrian achievements.
He turned a horse racing coach in 2019 after retiring from the three-day occasion.
Todd despatched 13 winners on the flat in 2021.