The fate of 100 horses found neglected and malnourished in Gibson county now lies in the hands of prosecutors. According to Director of Gibson County Animals Services Brenda Foley at least 85 horses still remain on arrested owner Richard Stallingss property. Indiana Horse Rescue were able to take 15 but at least 48 desperately need vet care. Foley says they have received many calls from those wanting to adopt the animals but say monetary donations are what they need. A meeting with prosecutors is set for Wednesday which will help them figure out the next step. Foley says she hopes that they will be able to go in and remove the rest of the horses in need and that they can put Stallings out of business. Richard Stallings could possibly face additional felony charges of torture. Foley says donations to help the animals can be made to Gibson County Animal Services or Indiana Horse Rescue.