Not Exactly Flying Off the Lawn
"The statues will be displayed until February, after which the owners can keep them or contribute them to an auction to raise money for Adopt-a-Monument or Arts Partners. The former group preserves public art in Dallas; the latter is an arts education program."
Turns out they didn't really increase in value over these last five years. Since you can't read the for-sale sign, the worn-out-looking nag's going for $3,850, which is a deep discount on its original asking price. The sign also indicates that the horse is "the symbol of Dallas." I hope the owner's not talking about this one in particular. --Robert Wilonsky