Entries by Corolla Wild Horse Fund

Hay For A Day

Hay – it’s what’s for dinner! Also breakfast, lunch, and a few snacks in between. Quality hay is the mainstay of our rescued horses’ diet. Horses are grazers. In the wild, they spend the majority of their time foraging for food and it’s important to recreate this behavior with domestic horses as well.… Read More

Mustang Music Festival is October 10th & 11th!

MMF logo 2014 (2)Mark your calendars for Friday October 10th and Saturday October 11th and join us for the 4th annual Music Mustang Festival!

Mike Dianna is going all out this year by bringing this music extravaganza to the Whalehead in Historic Corolla. There are expanded activities for families, horses and of course award winning music.… Read More

Member Spotlight: Betsy Henkel

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June 2014: Our member spotlight shines on our very own Betsy Henkel (she’s not only an employee, but a Charter member as well!)

This picture shows Betsy trail riding with Moves Like Jagger, her 6 year old standard-bred/Percheron cross. Betsy has loved horses since she was a young girl and started riding when she was 8 years old.Read More

CWHF Annual Calendar Contest

Walk This Way, by Karen Watras

Are you an amateur photographer with great pictures
of the wild horses of the Currituck Outer Banks?

Have you always wanted to have your photography published?

Do you value the wild horses and want to support the
mission of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund?

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2015 CWHF Calendar Contest Winners Announced!

With nearly one hundred submissions to the 2015 calendar contest, selecting the final thirteen images for the 2015 calendar was an arduous task. All of the submitted photographs are beautiful, and were taken and submitted by people who undoubtedly care about these wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs.… Read More