In this photo taken on Monday, April. 8, 2013, Head horses sculptures decorate the main entrance of "La Yeguada de Cuatro Vientos" ranch belonging to breeder Francisco Jose Rodriguez in Almonte, in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. Barring an unlikely reprieve, Rodriguez' purebreds will be turned into horse meat for export come in the next coming months. They are victims of a wrenching economic downturn that has wiped out fortunes, turned housing developments into ghost towns and left more than a quarter of the population out of work. (AP Photo/Laura Leon)

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In this photo taken on Monday, April. 8, 2013, Head horses sculptures decorate the main entrance of "La Yeguada de Cuatro Vientos" ranch belonging to breeder Francisco Jose Rodriguez in Almonte, in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. Barring an unlikely reprieve, Rodriguez' purebreds will be turned into horse meat for export come in the next coming months. They are victims of a wrenching economic downturn that has wiped out fortunes, turned housing developments into ghost towns and left more than a quarter of the population out of work. (AP Photo/Laura Leon)
In this photo taken on Monday, April. 8, 2013, Head horses sculptures decorate the main entrance of "La Yeguada de Cuatro Vientos" ranch belonging to breeder Francisco Jose Rodriguez in Almonte, in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. Barring an unlikely reprieve, Rodriguez' purebreds will be turned into horse meat for export come in the next coming months. They are victims of a wrenching economic downturn that has wiped out fortunes, turned housing developments into ghost towns and left more than a quarter of the population out of work. (AP Photo/Laura Leon)
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