A woman was admitted to hospital after being bitten by a police horse outside the Alabrox subway station on the night of the Rangers’ Europa League clash with Ashkart.
After feeding the horse and putting a finger in the horse’s mouth, the woman was left with a puncture wound.
He was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary and then to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment.
It is understood that no complaint has been lodged in connection with the incident.
A Scotland Police spokesman said: “On Thursday 19 August, Scotland’s Mounted Police Unit was engaged with the public in Abroux when one of the horses injured a woman’s finger.
“The woman was taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and then transferred to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment.”
Meanwhile, Rangers have indefinitely banned three “so-called spectators” who were arrested for mocking an Irish potato famine ahead of Sunday’s Old Firm match.
Police today confirmed that three men, aged 19, 21 and 24, marched from Glasgow and were stripped naked after racist songs were sung by dozens of spectators. Old firm clash on Sunday..
In a statement, Rangers He said: “After contacting Police Scotland over a well-documented incident on Sunday, Rangers have written to three people to confirm the indefinite ban on all club fixtures.
Betting Special – Best customer offers and free bets.
“We reiterate our club’s stand against all forms of discrimination and once again point out our approach to the so-called ‘fans’ who discredit Rangers FC.”
Mark Sutherland, chief superintendent of the Greater Glasgow Police Division, had previously said the force expected “numerous arrests” in connection with the case.
He said: “We were making our way to Abrox Stadium on Sunday, August 29, after the shameful racist behavior of a minority of Rangers supporters that I expect to be the first to be arrested.
“Three people, aged 24, 21 and 19, were arrested on Wednesday, September 1, and charged with inciting and singing racist material.
This racist behavior will not be tolerated and our investigation is ongoing.