Entries by Kelly Wilkes

Meet Brio, Baby Number Eight

July 20, 2021 Post from Herd Manager, Meg Puckett Welcome foal #8! This little colt was born sometime Sunday night, probably during the thunderstorms that rolled through. Our herd manager got a call early Monday morning that some visitors had found what looked like afterbirth in their driveway. We inspected it and shared photos with […]

Lizzie Update

Lizzie has been at NC State for a week now, and is doing well, all things considered. She’s comfortable and has adjusted to hospital life just fine.

Lizzie’s Rescue

We had to perform a difficult rescue on Saturday, one that has been in the works for a year. After Alex was born last year, his mom Lizzie got a wound on her knee that didn’t want to heal.

Two new foals welcomed to Corolla wild horse herd

Coastland Times Published 8:46 am Sunday, May 2, 2021 The Corolla Wild Horse fund recently introduced two new foals born to the herd. “Benjamin, a colt, was born on April 11 and Bridget, a filly, was born on April 23. Both babies have attentive and experienced parents and are doing well! The count for 2021 […]

Corolla Wild Horse Fund Welcomes Spring’s First Foals!

Cuteness aside, 2021 has already gotten off to a dramatic start for the Outer Banks herd. Southern Living – By Meghan Overdeep  April 01, 2021 Spring is officially here, which means plenty of cute new additions to the Outer Banks’ most famous herd of wild horses. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF) revealed on Facebook this week […]

PODCAST: Corolla Wild Horse Fund herd manager Meg Puckett

News Talk 92.3 WZPR Conversation with Sam Walker and Meg Puckett Meg stopped into News Talk 92.3 WZPR to chat with Sam about the latest on the Corolla Wild Horse Fund’s efforts to protect the wild Spanish mustangs that roam the Currituck Outer Banks. Give a listen here, Sam is quite knowledgeable on the horses […]

Wild horses live on in one man’s art

By Outer Banks Voice on October 4, 2020 On Oct. 3, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF) reported this news about ceramics artist Michael Middleton, who incorporates hair from the wild horses into his work. “How cool is this? One of Mike’s pots made from native Currituck clay and our dear Captain’s hair will be on display […]