Defence counsel Sally Vardy on Friday said there was an issue with some of the evidence against her client and that her plea hearing could be a contested one, where lawyers dispute some parts of the case.
Ms Vardy said the area of dispute could be resolved through written submissions filed to the Supreme Court.
Jessie Moore after her arrest.Credit:Nine News
Magistrate Kieran Gilligan refused to release a summary of the evidence against Moore to the media.
Moore, who sat calmly, dressed in a white T-shirt, was remanded in custody to appear before the Supreme Court next month for a directions hearing, where a date for her plea hearing will be set.
Ms Leek was described as one of the most respected people in the greyhound racing industry, who was well known for her success as a breeder, rearer and trainer.