Hoskins’ horse farm auction pushed back to June 5

The court-ordered foreclosure sale of the East Aurora residence and horse farm that had been owned by Beth Lynne Hoskins has been postponed.

The auction, originally set for April 3 has been pushed back to 11 a.m., June 5 in the Erie County Hall foreclosure alcove.

KeyBank N.A., which is owed $227,415 for the Emery Road property, declined to comment on the postponement.

The foreclosure is the latest chapter in the legal saga focusing on Hoskins, who saw the SPCA Serving Erie County seize more than…

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