In his own statement, Bloom says Grace told them to let the dog heal on her own.
"I told him that I thought she should go to the vet. Her leg was bleeding, dangling, she couldn't put weight on it," Bloom said.
"It looked broken, she was wobbly, she'd try but she couldn't."
Bloom also told investigators Grace gave him a statement and told him to provide that as his own statement when asked by investigators.
A different kennel worker told investigators she and another worker were upset that Grace and Bloom didn't take the dog to the vet. She also said Grace told her not to make a statement to investigators until he spoke with his lawyer.
Bohenko told the kennel worker to take the dog to the vet. Mackey told investigators Grace called him after Bohenko left and said she was wrong. Mackey denied accusations that he was told about the injury when it happened, and said he fired both Grace and Bloom.
He also said he ordered the cleaning of the kennel. Horvath checked the kennel 15 days after her initial report and said it was in much better shape.
Amores said Tuesday that Bohenko helped coordinate treatment for the injured greyhound, something Bohenko isn't required to do. The dog made a full recovery and was recently adopted as a pet, Amores said.
In the unrelated Bever case, Bever is accused of hitting and jerking greyhounds while waiting to weigh them in before a race.
Video of the room where people are waiting to weigh in their dogs shows a man jerk on the leash of dogs and hit two greyhounds.
Richard Brehm, the presiding judge on the board of judges at Wheeling Island, said in a report that the man was Bever. Jason Marshall, an investigator with the West Virginia Lottery Investigation Office, also wrote in a report that the video shows Bever hitting two dogs.
Horvath said she saw Bever jerk and hit the dogs. She reported walking over and telling another trainer to help Bever control the situation. Bever then allegedly made inappropriate comments to Horvath.
Horvath asked Brehm and Bohneko to review video of the incident. According to Horvath's report, both agreed Bever's actions were not acceptable. Brehm asked Bever to leave, leading to a "verbal altercation." Although Brehm called the Wheeling Police Department, Bever was escorted off the property by racetrack security without incident, according to another report from a different inspector.
In addition to Horvath's report, there are five signed statements from witnesses who said they saw Bever hit the dogs.
Some initial information provided about the incidents came from GREY2KUSA, a national organization advocating for the end of greyhound racing. Carey Theil, Grey2K executive director, applauded the commission for punishing the offenders and releasing more information about the events.
"However, there is more that needs to be done. These cases should be referred to Ohio County Prosecuting Attorney Scott Smith for possible charges under the anti-cruelty law," Theil said in an email.
"Finally, the Commission should streamline its rulings so that more information is publicly released, and greyhound cruelty cases are routinely referred to law enforcement."
Amores said the commission would make any decisions about referrals to law enforcement.
Attempts to contact the trainers or kennels were unsuccessful.