Entries by Corolla Wild Horse Fund

Hurricane Florence Update 9/14/2018

Here on the northern Outer Banks we are breathing a sigh of relief today. There may still be some coastal flooding over the weekend but nothing worse than a regular storm or nor’easter. These photos were taken this morning. As you can see, the horses are doing their normal thing – grazing, socializing, and wondering […]

Hurricane Florence Update 9/13/2018

Wanted to give everyone an update from the rescue farm – we are fine! It’s just now starting to rain a bit and the horses are wondering what all the fuss is about. Water troughs are full, we’ve got generators on standby, plenty of hay, and there are three of us staying here on site […]

Hurricane Florence Update 9/10/2018

Hurricane Florence is bearing down on coastal North Carolina and we know everyone is concerned about the horses, so here is our official update: As of right now, Currituck County (where the horses live) is only evacuating tourists, but Dare County (Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Hatteras, etc.) has ordered […]

No Feed, No Approach Initiative Kicked Off

The Corolla Wild Horse Fund is pleased to announce the kick off to the “No Feed, No Approach” educational initiative to help educate tourist and locals alike about the dangers of human interaction with the wild herd. To kick off the initiative a 10’ x 60’ billboard message has been erected in Coinjock stating “Admire […]

The Forgotten Horses

For her Girl Scout Gold Award, Krysta Rutherford has produced a beautifully edited and extensively researched film that looks into the present status of the Colonial Spanish mustang in North America. Her project mainly focuses on breeders and advocates who are working to preserve the different strains of Colonial Spanish horses by promoting the breed’s […]

The Winter of Our Discontent…

And it’s only January! During the first couple weeks of 2018 we experienced record breaking cold temperatures that led into one of the most significant snow and ice storms that any of us can remember. Luckily, horses and humans weathered the conditions just fine in the grand scheme of things, but the brutal cold has […]

Giving Tuesday – Meet the Dews Island Mares

For the past twenty years there’s been a small but mighty group of Banker horses living on Dews Island, a strip of land situation just off the mainland and adjacent to the Wright family’s Cotton Gin and Sanctuary Vineyards in Jarvisburg. Early on in the Fund’s history there was no rehab farm, so horses that […]

Tresie – Adopted July 2017

Tresie is a 13 year old mare who was rescued from the wild in 2006 with a severely injured right hind hoof. After surgery and a cast for 6 weeks she recovered and is now completely sound. Tresie was adopted by a great family in 2012 but came back to CWHF in the spring of […]

Noel – Adopted October 2017

Our sweet Noel was adopted by a wonderful family and is staying right here in Currituck County. Harrison is in the Wolfpack 4-H Club and met Noel during a meeting at the rehab farm. He and his mom Sarah spent several months getting to know Noel and their family decided that she would be a […]

Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. Hurricanes are a part of life for us here on the Outer Banks and we know how exhausting and scary even a little bit of flooding can be, but the damage caused in Texas and Louisiana is […]