Elvis has arrived!

If you’ve been following us for a while you probably remember hearing about Alma, the young mare who was ostracized from her harem when she was two years old. She was a little lost for a while, but eventually found a group that accepted her.
We are very excited to announce today that Alma had her first foal! She is currently with the harem that Eowyn is a part of, which is great. It’s always nice when foals can grow up with each other. We hope that Alma stays with this harem – they are very stable, and the stallion is very protective. Alma is being a good mom and her colt, who we’ve named Elvis, is perfect! He was most likely born Sunday night or Monday.
We are so glad that we did not intervene and remove Alma from the wild when she was struggling to find her place in the herd. It was difficult for people to watch, but we knew that in the grand scheme of things she was safe and just needed a little more time to mature and figure things out. These situations are often beyond the scope of our control and sometimes you just have to trust that nature will work out like it should, one way or the other. In this case, it seems to have worked out for the best and we are very excited to welcome Alma’s first foal to the herd.
New foals are very exciting, especially when they are out on the beach, but please do not let your excitement get in the way of following the rules. They are in place to keep you and the horses safe. Remember to give them plenty of space – 50ft at minimum. If you’re wondering if you’re too close, you probably are. Always err on the side of caution and help us make sure Elvis, Eowyn, Ezra, and Eros have a long, bright, WILD future ahead of them!