There was a ton, ton, ton of local media for these guys. I was told from a friend there that the high seller was 2k for an intact stallion and most sold for more than $200. Heck, that's higher than minis at the local horse auctions here.
Said friend and a slew of other volunteers did a good job of caring for the horses since their seizure.
Now, the real question will be can the rules be enforced or will the gal began hoarding more animals for round three in another few years...
I am glad they found homes. The publicity certainly worked out well for them. I hope everyone ends up being satisfied with their purchases. They were kept in semi-feral states for so long that there are more than a few sassy pants in the bunch!
There seem to be a great many of these going through the Camelot auction lately as well--is this the lastest new "puppy mill" fad by which rednecks think they're gonna get rich, or what? STOP BREEDING THEM, already!