Entries by Corolla Wild Horse Fund

Rescued wild horses create paintings

Horse trainer Nora Tarpley helps Amadeo, a 35-year-old blind Corolla wild mustang, paint on Monday, Nov. 25, 2019, at a farm in Grandy, NC. (Kaitlin McKeown / The Virginian-Pilot) By JEFF HAMPTON, The Virginian-Pilot Posted Dec 6, 2019  Horse trainer Nora Tarpley fastened a small paintbrush to the halter on Amadeo, the blind stallion from the Corolla […]

Nature Up Close: Wild Horses of the Outer Banks

CBS NEWS May 17, 2019, 4:04 PM By “Sunday Morning” contributing videographer Carl Mrozek We’ve all seen plenty of images in movies and on TV of mustangs on the prairies, high plains and deserts of the American West.  But wild horses on an East Coast beach? Not so much, except possibly recent escapees from a ranch […]

First New Foal of 2019 Born to Corolla Herd

Coastal Review Online 4.4.19 by Staff Reporter COROLLA – The Corolla Wild Horse Fund announced Thursday that the first foal of 2019 was born March 31. CWHF officials hadn’t determined the foal’s gender, but they said that both mom and baby were in good condition. The foal was named Renzi in honor of Melissa Renzi, […]

Where Do Outer Banks Wild Horses Vanish To in Winter?

Where do Outer Banks wild horses vanish to in winter? An aerial survey found out. By Mark Price North Carolina’s wild horses have been known for decades to vanish from the Outer Banks in the winter, leaving visitors to the barrier islands mystified. On Friday, a survey located much of the elusive herd in the […]

NC Senator Thom Tillis Introduces Legistation to Protect Corolla Wild Horses

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) introduced the Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act, legislation that would provide responsible management of the wild horse population around Corolla, North Carolina and the Outer Banks. Representative Walter Jones (R-NC) introduced companion legislation in the House of Representatives in previous Congresses and has been a long time […]