By JEFF HAMPTON AUG 17, 2019 COROLLA, N.C. A wild horse was put down after getting caught in barbed wire stretched across parts of a wildlife refuge. Joaquin, a well-known member […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Coastal Review Online 1.10.19 by Catherine Kozak COROLLA – The recent deaths of seven Chincoteague, Virginia, ponies from a particularly nasty pathogen found in standing water has put the caretakers […]
Yep, we bought a farm! The Fund had been leasing the Betsy Dowdy Equine Center, a 31-acre facility in Grandy where our rescued mustangs live, since 2014. Over the summer, […]
Now that everything in the woods isn’t trying to kill us (ticks, snakes, poison ivy…) we are able to utilize the back part of our property. There are trails that […]
The fence that separates Virginia and North Carolina was installed by volunteers in the early 2000s, and has held up remarkably well. However, it stops short of the sound because […]
This week we are celebrating the year anniversary of the Dews Island mares coming to live at our rescue farm. It’s been quite a journey! They have taught us compromise, […]