Camelot is a nicely-run auction barn where the horses are provided unlimited, quality hay, water and, if necessary, vet care, and it IS an auction barn. The horses are run through Wednesday night, and the unsolds are then marketed through Camelot Horse Weekly. Frank Carper is a dealer and knows a good thing when he sees it (like tens of thousands of people tirelessly networking his horses every week, and one of the best photographers I've seen volunteering her time every week to take fantastic pics). Fortunately, it's also a good thing for the horses, at least as far as giving them a better chance at a decent future, which is why the Camelot networkers do what they do.
New Holland being what it is, is another reason I'm thankful that so many horses find their way out via Camelot. Not surprisingly, there have been some discovered by previous owners from pics posted on the Camelot Horse Weekly FB page. People who had thought their former horse(s) were still in "good home(s)".