The Wild Horse Ordinance of Currituck County says, among other things, that feeding the wild horses or getting within 50 feet of them is punishable by law. Cruelty, enticing, harboring, luring, seizing, and failure to report injury are unlawful. Additionally, the Currituck County Code of Ordinances also states that It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, harbor, maintain, possess, ride, walk or bring a horse into or upon that area of the county on the Outer Banks from the terminus of the 28 paved portion of N.C. State Highway 12 to the Virginia state line…
North Carolina State Law
In June 2010 the North Carolina General Assembly adopted the Colonial Spanish Mustang as the Official Horse of the State of North Carolina. READ Session Law 2010-6.
The Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act is critical to the long-term survival of the Corolla wild horses, and it requires no additional funding from the federal government. Please READ H.R.126 for an understanding of its scope. YOU CAN HELP! Please contact your federal representatives in the House and in the Senate. Please tell them that you are in support of this legislation and that you want them to support it as well. Find Your Representative & Their Contact Information
Corolla Wild Horse Fund
1130E Corolla Village Road
Corolla, NC 27927
Important Response to COVID-19: THE MUSEUM & GIFT SHOP ARE OPEN! MON-FRI 10AM-4PM • ONLINE STORE IS OPEN • PORCH PICK-UP IS AVAILABLE • REHAB FACILITY/FARM IS NOT OPEN AND MUSTANG MORNINGS ARE OVER FOR THE SEASON Learn more