Wellards at fitzroy crossing bull sale in Kent were forced to stop work after the animals were confiscated from a horse race stall.
A spokesman for the race said: “We just found out this morning that the horses from our race are being bought for use at a local feed yard.
“The horses, called “Tubthumper” and “Willy”, are no longer part of the race and will be sold.
“We can’t make any guarantees about where they will be going, but we are committed to finding the best place for the hors바카라사이트es.”
The races are still taking바카라사이트 place in Kent but the cattle have been moved to a “new” holding pen outside the racecourse.
A spokesman for the race said: “After this initial announcement that the horses have been seized it has been confirmed that they will be sold within a week or so.
“We just have to keep this going until they are removed from the racecourse where they can be handled.”
Fans who were to have had a chance to see Tubthumper and Willy were told to be patient as the animals were not available on a public display.
The horses were then handed over to animal welfare officers after a 10-hour raid of the property.
Officers from the Hampshire Horse Trust said they were working closely with the race.
A spokesman added: “It is disappointing we will find this situation difficult but we remain hopeful that they will be returned to the race.”
Fans, however, claimed that the horse sale had caused an even bigger financial impact.
Reece Taylor, who won two times as a stallion at the 2013 GB Horse Championships, said: “I know the horses are being used to raise money for the charity and I think it’s really sickening.
“Everyone who was supporting the horse-lovers have been taken back into the same situation, so there are so many people l바카라ike me who are on the edge.
“I want to make sure all of the horses get back to where they came from, I am in a state of shock.”