The horse on the left, Pintea, lives in happy semi-retirement in Oxfordshire.
The horse on the right, not one of mine, has probably entered the food chain.
With horse meat selling for 3 Euro/kg and beef selling for five times that, a mislabelled 20 tonne container of horse-meat could yield a profit approaching a quarter of a million Euro. (Let's say £150,000 or $300,000 profit per container.) Or less if it's being passed off for low-quality beef. But still a decent profit. And remember that 'meat products' in Britain can comprise 70% 'filler'.
Enough said really....