To protect, conserve, and responsibly manage the herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs roaming freely on the northernmost Currituck Outer Banks, and to promote the continued preservation of this land as a permanent sanctuary for horses designated as the State Horse and defined as a cultural treasure by the state of North Carolina.
“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” – Coretta Scott King
CWHF Community Cares Partner is how we acknowledge, highlight, and thank local businesses and individuals who embrace the CWHF, our mission and support us diligently. These partnerships are vital to our cause. Together we create shared visions and projects benefiting the horses. We offer goodwill and support to each other while working together to keep our beloved Banker mustangs wild and free. Learn More
THE SECRET OF COROLLA
The Secret of Corolla is the story about the Wild Colonial Spanish Horses found on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and how they have made those islands their home.
It’s a story of perseverance. Not just by the horses, but also by the people who call this very special place their home.
Through devastating hurricanes, swarms of biting flies and mosquitos, and the constant pressure from developing the islands into prime beach vacation property, these horses, and the people they share the islands with have found a way to live together in a most uncommon accord. They have created an incredibly remarkable and uniquely wondrous place.
We are very lucky to have been given a wonderful song. Castaño is a song that captures the spirit and the significance of the Corolla wild horses. We feel this song will give hope and continues to help us meet our goals.
The song, video and lyrics are available as a download for $5. Supporters will be given an opportunity to donate more. Your donation will help us continue our crucial work. Thank you for your support!
Plants Safe for Horses
Junior is home!
Health Update on June
June is Home!
Loss of Ceres
June Treated for Pythiosis
Little Star, Bella, and Moxie enjoying the warm sunshine on this second day of spring. ☀️🌸🐝
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Are they resting at the ranch? Or out in the wild?
What a beautiful sight in a beautiful day! Spring is in the air & soon we'll start to get postings of all the new & adorable foals ❤️❤️
All beauties 💕💕😘🥰
Such a beautiful sight to see!!🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️💛🐴🐴
When is your open Spring Open House at the Farm
With only a couple hundred left in the world, the Bankers are recognized as a critically threatened, endangered breed. DNA research has confirmed that the Bankers are indeed direct descendants of the horses originally brought to North America by the Spanish in the 1500s and they have remained isolated on our barrier islands for hundreds of years, preserving their genetics and earning them a place in the very fibers of our culture and history here in North Carolina.
As the herd faces more modern threats to their survival - encroachment, environmental changes due to climate change, a decreased herd size, etc. - the role that CWHF plays in their management has become increasingly critical. We must balance habitat preservation, breed conservation, and accessibility (we want people to be able to come see them - safely and respectfully!) to ensure that a thriving wild herd remains here for many more generations. We must also provide a safe haven for those that must be removed from the wild herd due to the challenges listed above. It is important to remain positive about the future while still acknowledging the very real dangers the herd faces.
We cannot do this work without you! Please consider becoming a member today - memberships provide the largest and most reliable form of support for CWHF. From herd management to education and outreach, land preservation, emergency veterinary care, and everything in between, you can be sure that your commitment makes a huge impact, and directly benefits the horses. ➡ www.corollawildhorses.com/memberships/
As we head into the last two weeks of our March membership drive we’d like to thank everyone who has joined us so far, and invite those who haven’t to get involved today. Even if you can’t commit to becoming a member, there are lots of other ways to help the horses. Learn more: www.corollawildhorses.com/support-corolla-wild-horse-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less
They are a living National Treasure.
I love OBX and the horses,come each oct❤❤🙏
Obx is being loved to death. Stop all building immediately, stop/reduce existing rental properties. Until that happens, the horses and the obx are doomed.
When you donate to CWHF, .92 cents of every dollar goes directly to the horses. Memberships provide steady and reliable funding that we rely on to fulfill our mission. Nothing we do would be possible without your help, and you can rest assured that your support makes a difference in truly impactful ways. From habitat preservation to breed conservation, emergency response, caring for the horses on the rescue farm, education and outreach, and everything in between, we count on you to help us ensure this critically threatened breed will continue to thrive here for many generations to come.
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Wild Pony White is back at Sanctuary Vineyards!
All weekend they’ll be offering tastings of this fresh new white wine, a blend of 2022 Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Viognier sourced from their estate as well as one of their favorite Yadkin Valley sites - for a truly unique NC white wine. Plus they give $1 from each bottle sold to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. 🐎🍷
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Nothing makes more of an impact than having an up close and personal experience with one of these special horses, and our education and outreach programs allow people the chance to do that in a safe and respectful way. The horses who live at our mainland farm are ambassadors for their wild relatives, and play an important role in our efforts to educate the public about our work. Just because a horse is removed from the wild doesn’t mean that its story has ended! In addition to open houses at the farm, we often take horses off the property to schools and community events across northeastern North Carolina (and sometimes beyond!). Our goal is to keep these programs free and accessible, and your continued support means that we can achieve this goal. Education is power!
Become a member today: www.corollawildhorses.com/memberships/
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Yesterday Junior refused to come out of his stall and get wet in the rain while Raymond spent the entire day pretending to be The Swamp Thing (yes that’s mud he’s covered head to tail in). Our differences are what make the world go ’round.
You can sponsor either of these guys and help us provide a happy and healthy retirement for them - tailored to suit their VERY individual needs. 😂
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Stargazer and Nora just like kids. That's just to funny.🥰🥰
Junior looks great! Raymond is handsome as always even covered in mud!😂 so proud to sponsor both of these beautiful boys!❤️❤️
Raymond you are one of a kind. Junior is demonstrating good common sense. Love you guys
Just like us humans !! Some of us huddled up inside and those who jump in the puddles and dance in the rain. Gotta love these guys. ❤❤
Raymond makes me chuckle! Such a character! Thanks for sharing the guys!❤️
And I thought they were wild
Raymond is such a character! So glad he is doing well on the farm. Junior looks great. 🥰
I’m with Junior on going out in the rain but totally respect Raymond’s dedication! 😉❤️❤️
I think Raymond is the life of the party! And Junior is the sweet soul of the bunch-he knows that sugar melts! My granddaughter sponsors Junior, as she did his dad, and loves seeing ur updates! 💕
I love that Raymond is still Raymond!!!
I’m with you Junior
Love both of these boys- my house misses them both so much!
I’m with Junior!
I ❤️ Raymond!
I’m with Raymond👍
I’m with Junior. But Raymond is adorable in his own very special way! 😍🤣💙
My gosh, Raymond is a real "mudder". But I'm sure he had fun. I'm with Junior on this weather.
Glad to see Raymond is still being true to his character!
Oh Raymond you're so cute! Just so happy go lucky 🥰 Thank you for sharing this ❤️ Junior says I'll just stay & watch LOL
I love Raymond so much!!
On rainy days I'm a Junior kind of girl. Wish I had more of Raymond's spirit. Both are beautiful
Love this picture ❤️ love you Raymond.
Always love a swamp thing!
Our adopted doggies refuse to go out while stuff is falling from the sky, but once it's not falling there's great fun to be had in the muddy flooded or snow covered yard left behind.
I’m on team Raymond, let’s all leave work and be kids again and go play in the mud for awhile. 🌧️ ☔️ 🐴
In a herd of only 100 horses, every single individual matters.
The Bankers are a highly-threatened, critically endangered breed and the conservation of those rare and invaluable genetics are at the forefront of all the work that we do. Not only do we have to maintain a population of horses in the wild, we need to ensure that they are genetically healthy and will continue to thrive here for generations to come. We maintain individual files on each horse, and these records include identification photos, foaling history for mares, a log of injuries or illnesses, DNA, associations, and any other relevant management information. Each horse is assigned a registration number and kept track of from birth to death. Our staff is on the beach seven days a week observing the horses. They record latitude and longitude coordinates for tracking and habitat use purposes, behaviors like fighting, grazing, or breeding, weather conditions, and more.
The more we know about how these horses spend their days, the better equipped we will be to save them.
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The county needs to stop building in that area. Doesn’t bother me to see those over priced houses washed away. More room for the horses and other wildlife.
Thank you so much for sharing. I love learning more and more about these beautiful animals!
This morning we are sad to announce the death of 11-year-old wild stallion Finn, who we humanely euthanized yesterday due to an irreparably broken hind leg.
Finn had been observed fighting with other stallions on Friday, and then unable/unwilling to move Friday night and into Saturday. Upon closer inspection, it was obvious that his leg was badly broken and under the direction of our veterinarian we captured him so that we could help end his suffering. Finn’s injuries were completely in line with those commonly sustained from fighting, and there is no reason to believe he was injured by human means (hit by a vehicle, etc).
While it is a devastating loss for those of us who cared for Finn and who will miss him dearly, what happened to him is nature in its most basic, wild, and unforgiving form. Finn died as wild as he was born; he lived a truly free life and that is something we should take comfort in.
As we go into spring and summer, Finn’s death should serve as a reminder of how wild and dangerous these horses are. It’s breeding season and stallions absolutely do not care if you are in the way when they are fighting. You will get trampled, kicked, bit, or worse. Stay at least 50 feet away from them at all times and always be aware of your surroundings. Fights can break out in a split second, and their movements can be unpredictable and quick. Please give these horses the respect they deserve - for their own safety and yours.
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The Corolla Wild Horse Fund, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, raises approximately 85% of its budget through donations, special events, memberships, sponsorships, grants, and mission-related merchandise sales, all without federal or state funding. Every dollar donated helps further our mission to protect and conserve the Banker horses living on the northern Outer Banks. Contributions are tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.
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Already made our hotel reservations- looking forward to seeing Junior!💙
Love the memory of taking this photo..the lighting was amazing and the horses were so photogenic.
See y’all at the Open House -
With annual support of $150 or more, donors will receive an 11x17 frame-worthy poster. A new poster is issued each year, so start your collection now! Annual memberships provide the most stable support for each of the Fund’s significant programs: herd management, sanctuary observation, rescue and rehabilitation, and education and outreach.
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This organization is vital to the survival of the wild horses. They do amazing work. Please donate.
A year ago today we rescued Brio, and it’s hard to believe he’s the same colt that we unloaded off the trailer that day. When we got him to the farm he was starving and had pneumonia, his growth had been severely stunted, he was emotionally shut down, and probably wouldn’t have lasted another day on his own in the wild.
Today Brio is a normal, healthy almost-two-year-old, with lots of friends and a bright future ahead of him! He lives in a large field with Arrow, Squirt, and Buster, who are great role models and take very good care of him. His hoof and muscle issues have been corrected and while he’s still on the smaller side for a Corolla horse, he’s grown quite a bit in the year that he’s lived with us. He is turning into quite the looker with his lovely movement and flashy markings. Our only plans for him right now are to let him keep growing and maturing, but the sky really is the limit for what this colt could do in the future. One day he may be started under saddle, and he will definitely be a great outreach horse and ambassador for his breed.
Unfortunately we do now believe that Brio’s mom Monkey passed away, orphaning him. We don’t know what happened to her and probably never will. But at least we were able to save her son, and maybe one day he will produce offspring of his own so that her genetics won’t be lost forever.
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The photos in this post span the last year of Brio’s life, from most recent to oldest - it’s pretty heartwarming to see how he’s blossomed over the last 12 months. Don’t forget that we’re having an open house here at the farm on April 22, so you can come see him and all of his friends in person! ... See MoreSee Less
This may be a dumb question, but when you bring new horses to the farm (like Brio), are the other horses initially aggressive or territorial until they get used to the new horse? I guess a better question is, do you have to socialize them over time so they get used to each other?
He is a beauty! Really developing that classy stallion mannerism too! I’m curious, though, why do you think his mom died, other than maybe not seeing her recently?
I adore Brio!! Thank you for rescuing him and for loving on him for all of us!!
Brio looks amazing and so handsome! Thank you for rescuing him. His poor mama would be proud. ❤️🙏🏼
So handsome. I love his young fuzzy coat! Thank you for caring for him!
I love that’s he’s doing so well and is happy. Thank you for saving his life.
Hard to believe that is the same horse! I’ve been following the posts! So glad he was rescued and given a chance. Thank y’all for all y’all do! 🐴❤️
Thank you for the update on Brio. He is so precious! I’m so thankful he survived due to your good care of him.
Brio is still precious! I have always loved Buster also! ❤️
I got to see him this past August and he stole my heart ... love this "little" guy! 💖 Thanks for taking such good care of him.
Brio you are so beautiful❤️ Thank you for saving him🤗
Stunning! I love when they are furry!
Pretty boy! Thank you for all the love and care ❤️🐴
I have a picture of Brio with his family on the beach before he became ill, I wish I could share it here! We have also visited him on the farm, he sure is a handsome and special boy 🥰
We love you Brio ❤️🐴. Thank you Corolla Wild Horse Fund…for all you do.
Glad to know he’s doing so well. 💙 Thanks for helping him! Grow strong, Brio!
Thank you so much for all you do!! I love seeing all the photos that you share!
Beautiful little guy..so great you rescued him ..blessings to all
What a difference a year makes thanks to the wonderful care provided to Brio by Meg and the crew!!!
He’s beautiful! Glad to hear that with your awesome care he is doing well.
Thank you for sharing this; sweet Brio ❤️
He’s so sweet! He is a little peanut, but good things come in small packages! ❤️
Love hearing wonderful updates on him. He was born while we were there and is special to us. 🤎
Happy to see how far he has come! Brio looks wonderful! ❤️
Thank for all you do for the precious horses
Your support saves lives, and every single horse on our rescue farm is proof of that. When we get a call about a sick or injured horse in the wild or when one of the horses on the farm falls ill, the last thing we have to do is stop and consider “can we afford this?” We know we can count on your generosity and support when the horses need it the most, and we do not take for granted the trust you have in us to make the right decisions when it comes to their care.
Our most recent medical emergency happened on January 19, when farm resident Junior colicked and had to be taken to NC State for surgery. You can read about his hospitalization and ongoing recovery in these posts:
The video below ⬇️ was taken about a week after Junior came home from the hospital. Now, a little over a month later, he continues to get better and better every day. He is alive because of the quick actions of our staff, our incredible veterinary team, and YOUR support.
Your donations, memberships, sponsorships, and all other forms of giving are critically important. One bale of Junior’s hay is $13 - imagine if all of our followers donated just that during our membership drive this month! It’s really easy to get involved and every single dollar truly makes a difference. You don’t have to give a lot to make a huge impact on the lives of these horses.
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He is so beautiful! Junior I’ll see you next month! Checkbook in hand!💙💙💙
So glad he is doing so well. Mike and I miss his dad, Amadeo. Thank you Horse Fund Staff for all that you do to care for these beautiful animals.
Life is so precious and so fragile. So grateful…
Love how well he’s doing.
junior has been my favorite he is one handsome man!
Please post your mailing address too. Thank you!
He is so beautiful
Love this boy!🥰
You may remember last summer when then 2-year-old Alma was ostracized from her birth harem and spent a couple weeks on her own.
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She eventually ended up with a new group of horses and was doing fine the last time she was spotted in the early fall. Today is the first time she’s been seen since then and she is looking great! She’s also still with the same stallion, which is good. Seems like Alma spent the winter maturing and learning how to be a grownup horse. 🥰 ... See MoreSee Less
She’s so beautiful. I remember when she was just a little thing.
I actually see this behavior in the herds at Mt Rogers. The older mares will push a young filly out when she is around 2 … usually another stallion claims her when she comes into first heat. Then the mares in his herd will gradually accept the new “wife” but it takes a while … I’m thinking this is a natural way to prevent inbreeding Corolla Wild Horse Fund
She is beautiful! I’m so happy that she found a new harem!
I watched her last summer and honestly it broke my heart. I’m so glad to see her thriving again!!! Love Alma ❤️❤️❤️
Love your story about Alma! Thank you for caring for these horses! ❤️
Yay for Alma!! It's ok pretty girl. Sometimes it takes some of us a while to find "our tribe".
I love reading about these beautiful horses. Thank you for all your hard work in taking care of them❤️❤️
Alma! ❤️❤️❤️ this just made my night! I've been wondering about her since everything happened last year...who's the lucky stallion she's with???
Such a beauty. So happy for her ❤️
It’s so wonderful to hear such good things about these horses! So happy she’s got a family 🥰
Alma I’m glad you found your group! You are a beauty!
Great news, thanks for sharing the news ❤️
She is beautiful! I am so happy for Alma!
Beautiful. I love going to and seeing the horses.
Oh I'm so happy Alma has settled in. She looks great. When I visited for the first time I got to see Alma hanging back from her harem and hearing her story and it broke my heart. 💚🐎
She's a beauty. I love her color ❤️
I love this so much! So happy she is doing so well.
You are Beautiful, Alma!!
Alma is beautiful. Happy she is ok and found a new harem. ❤️🥰🙏🏼
Yay! So happy she is striving and showing us how she is!
Thank you for updating us on Alma. I saw her as a young filly with her original herd. I'll post the pic and maybe you can identify them?
So happy. It broke my heart when she was pushed out of her group. I was so worried for her. She is beautiful❤️😊😊
So beautiful so proud so majestic. Congratulations Alma . Your strong spirit endures.
She’s beautiful! Love how nature takes care of its creatures and critters. 😎💞
For the past 30 years, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund has depended on tax-deductible donations like yours to honor our commitment to the preservation of this herd, one foal at a time.
Your support is vital to the existence of the Fund.
The Fund is vital to the future of the Bankers.
Together, we can help them thrive for generations to come.
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These people do an awesome job. Please help.
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As N.C. grows, farmers find ways to preserve landNorth Carolinians come up with unique conservation methods
Where are all the trees, forest?
Land preservation IS the answer.
Corolla Wild Horse Fund if you have land that needs cleared Wild Horse construction can do it at almost no cost to you. Kimberlee Stevens Hoey can get in touch with us or email firstname.lastname@example.org We can clear to keep some trees for shade but also maximize for grass to grow.
I am so glad I was able to contribute a small piece of the data collection involved in tracking the horses
Today kicks off our annual March Membership Drive! We invite you to join us this month as we highlight the work that we do to advance our mission of protecting and preserving the wild Banker horses of Corolla.
Did you know that 85% of our funds come from donors like you? Memberships, horse sponsorships, one-time donations, merchandise sales from our gift shop, and attendance at our farm open houses make up the majority of our funding. Every single dollar makes an incredible difference! There are lots of ways to get involved at any level, and you can be sure that your donation goes directly towards the care and management of the horses.
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We donated and shared. Thank you for all of your hard work.
Open house at the farm is a wonderful experience. The gift shop in the village has beautiful items. You can also shop online and they ship. The CWHF does an amazing job taking care of these horses and keeping them safe.
Three “girls” want to come visit. Suggestions for what is best for a limited mobility adventure.
Homeowners, as you start getting your houses ready for the season take a minute to check out a program we created just for you - Owners are Donors. The horses are a tremendous draw for visitors to the Outer Banks - become a part of our efforts to ensure they will be here for many more generations to come!
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Is there literature available to put in the House for renters? Happily just pledged and thrilled to be able to be a part of this effort.
Finally! Our family has talked that this should have been done years ago or through the rental companies.
Can anyone be a donor and get the marker? I don't live there but would love to donate and show our support at our farm.
Deirdre' pretty awesome way to help support the horses out there:)
What a great idea!
✔️ Thank you for the work you do!
Can the donation be paid in Corolla and sign picked up in Corolla?
And now, the weather: This week we’ve been experiencing False Spring. Next up is The Pollenpocalypse, followed by a cold snap that will have us all dripping our faucets one last time, and then we’ll get Real Spring for approximately 36 hours before it’s 90 degrees with 100% humidity for 3 straight months. 😎
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I believe we have 12 seasons in NC: Winter, Fool’s Spring, Second Winter, Spring of Deception (We are here), Third Winter, The Pollening, Actual Spring, Summer, Hell’s Front Porch, False Fall, Second Summer, Actual Fall
Same here in Northern Va. Have there been any Gus sightings?
I moved to the OBX last year & definitely felt Pollenpocalypse! I’ve never seen it float through the air like it does here😂
Who do you recommend going with to see the horses when visiting there? Company etc????
When’s open horse in Grandy again!
I dread the 90°++ and humidity. Abby normal! I want seasons to return.
Yup sums it up! Here in KY we like to say if you don't like the weather...wait 24 hrs and it will be different. We can have all 4 seasons in one day!
I’m from Raleigh and live near Garner and we already have the pollen. Love the weather description!
Exactly! You are spot on.
Love that. We have similar events but in Northern Ohio it doesn't get quite that hot all summer.
You are so absolutely correct!!!
4 or 5 mnths straight summer...we started early this year, remember? So pollen season shoud start about March 1
Weather similarly crazy up near DC; several seasons experienced within the same week!😂 I can’t wait til late April to see these beauties again - whatever “season” it may be in OBX!!🥰
Sounds like a week in Kansas
Great description of our weather!
We had a huge snow in March when I was 5th grade (60’s) & missed school for a week
Sounds wonderful and quite like our Charleston SC weather! See you in April OBX!
I'll be there in May. Hoping for nice weather 😍
Spot on! Same here in the middle of the state!
This could have been written by the Assateague Pony folks, sounds just like Virginia! 😂
That about sums it up!
Meanwhile the ponies still have their winter coats…￼
Thanks for putting names with the pictures
I already had pollen on my car today 😭
We can relate to your situation here in WV.
Quick little update on Junior - he is doing great! Thank you to everyone who has helped support him through his illness, surgery, and ongoing recovery. And an extra special thank you to our friend Laurel, who is one of Junior’s sponsors and did a presentation for her 4H club a couple days ago about the wild horses and why it’s so important that we all work together to keep them safe. Junior and the rest of the horses are lucky to have all of you!🐴💜
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My favorite East Coast Mustang! This team at the CWHF is just the best!
So so sweet for the shout to Laurel. We love your team so much! THANK YOU
Wonderful news and he looks great!❤️ I’m happy that he is doing so well!
Junior is beyond handsome and I’m so glad to hear he continues to improve. Bless your beautiful heart, Laurel!
Are visitors allowed to the barn area?
Fantastic. He can’t ge released?
Good to hear your voice Meg and most especially your good news 🐎 Thanx to all and atta boy Junior 😎
So happy to hear this great report. I hope my donation helped.
He looks great! Thank you for the update and everyone that has helped him
It's great to see Junior out in the sunshine! I love the horses and appreciate everything you do!♥️
He looks great! Good job to all that helped him!
Good job Junior! So so glad he is doing well. He looks fantastic 😍
Oh my gosh! He looks so much better. Happy, happy,happy dance for Junior!
So very happy he is doing well as he is my sponsored horse . He's a beauty and we are lucky to have you to take care of him
Junior looks amazing! ❤️🙏🏼🌻
Thank you for the update! So wonderful to see Junior doing so well and enjoying the sunshine. ❤️☀️
He looks amazing 😍
So happy to see him and know he is doing well! 😊
Wonderful thank you for the update and your beautiful gift of caring for these beautiful babies
It’s awesome to hear and see how well Junior is doing! Thanks to all who have helped him
Thank you for the updates. Glad he is doing so well.
He is stunning and I hope to see him in April! ❤️
That's some wonderful news...hope he keeps up the good work. <3
He looks great!!!💜💜💜
Great news! Wild horses are so important
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So very BEAUTIFUL ❤️
I bet. It could be mine.
Good morning what a beautiful sight to wake up to
Good morning Absolutely beautiful
Good morning 😊 Beautiful
Good morning indeed
Beautiful way to start my day
Good morning ❤
Have a great day.
What a lovely way to begin my day! Hope yours is as wonderful as this is! 🤗
Beautiful scene!! ❤️
Just so beautiful and relaxing to watch.
Beautiful! Can't wait to go!