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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 […]

Wild horse fund hires contractor to fix fencing, keep mustangs on 4×4

OBX Today October 10, 2019 by Kari Pugh The Corolla Wild Horse Fund this week hired a contractor to temporarily fix a fence meant to keep the Outer Banks’ wild mustangs from wandering the paved roads and neighborhoods of Corolla. Following Hurricane Dorian flooding, a group of wild horses have been passing through the dilapidated […]

Wild horses breach fence, forcing Raymond the mule’s removal from beach

October 1, 2019 by Kari Pugh Raymond the mule and a group of wild mustangs displaced by hurricane flooding have been crossing dilapidated fencing and entering the paved road and neighborhoods of Corolla, leading to a “heartbreaking” decision for those tasked with caring for the herd. On Sunday, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund was forced […]