Two full days of incredible Music, creative Art, great Food, craft Beer and fine Wine at Mike Dianna’s Grill Room in Timbuck II Shopping Village. This benefit for the Corolla Wild Horse Fund was a huge success last year and you should consider joining us while we all have a blast raising more funds to Protect and Preserve the North Carolina State Horse.
Every year in Corolla, wild horses lose their freedom because people feed them and get too close to them, putting them in danger. You can help keep them wild and free by respecting the Currituck Wild Horse Ordinance.
Watch this inspiring slide show of the Corolla Wild Horses in their natural habitat, set to the music of “The Voice” by Celtic Woman.
The Corolla Wild Horse Fund, with generous support of Wild Horse Winery and Vineyards, are working together to save the heritage horses of the Outer Banks. When you enjoy Wild Horse Wine, you are helping the Fund meet its mission of protecting, preserving, and conserving, the critically endangered wild Colonial Spanish Mustang. Help us keep them “wild and free.”
Meet Thunder, a beautiful bay Colonial Spanish Mustang gelding, removed from the wild herd in January of 2012. Thunder is a handsome three year old born May, 2009. He stands at about 12.5 hands and is still growing. From January 30 to May 9, 2012, Thunder was enrolled in the equine technology program at Martin Community College. He is now started under saddle and has excellent ground manners. As of September 4, 2012, Thunder will be living in West Virginia with his new forever family.
This is Ash, a two year old black Colonial Spanish Mustang Gelding, removed from the herd in January, 2012. He is an absolutely gorgeous horse with classic Spanish carriage, standing at 12 hands. Ash is currently being trained by our herd manager, Wesley Stallings, and is progressing very quickly. He now has learned to stand tied and for the farrier, load into the trailer, lead and lunge, bath, and much more! Ash is extremely gentle and loves attention.
Update: Ash has been adopted and now lives in Chesapeake, VA along with Solomon.
Solomon is a handsome bay gelding removed from the wild herd of Colonial Spanish Mustangs January, 2012. He was born the spring of 2009, stands about 12.5 hands, and is still growing. From January 30 to May 9, 2012, Solomon was enrolled in the equine technology program at Martin Community College. He is very light and smooth under saddle and has almost perfect ground manners. He will be continuing the rest of his training with the herd manager until he is adopted.
Update: Solomon has been adopted and is now living in Chesapeake, VA with Ash.
Bonita has been very happily adopted by Tami Thurston of Tarboro, NC the director of the Equine Technology program at Martin Community College and owner of Thurston Quarter Horses. Bonita has finished her training in the equine program at Martin Community College and has moved to her new home. She has made an excellent recovery from the injury she suffered in the wild before she was rescued and we eagerly look forward to following her progress as she finishes training in her new home.