Source: 13NewsNow.com According to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, this isn’t the first time an off-leash dog has attacked the horses. One dog even bit a horse.
By Mark Price as published on The Telegraph “Roamer was among the oldest of the herd of nearly 100 horses, and also one of those who could not be easily tamed…” A wild mustang known around the world for being featured prominently in Outer Banks tourism materials has […]
by Catherine Kozak as published on Coastal Review Online Commonly known as “swamp cancer,” the sickness in the wild Chincoteague ponies was caused by a fungus-like organism in stagnant water that can enter cuts or scrapes… COROLLA – The recent deaths of seven Chincoteague, Virginia, ponies from a […]
By Abbie Bennett as published on The Herald Sun “They are survivors,” herd manager Meg Puckett told The News & Observer on Friday Ahead of the storm, then a powerful Category 4, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF), a nonprofit which manages the herd, posted on Facebook that […]
Feel Good Sunday: Last mule living with Outer Banks wild horses was dying. Then something funny happened
By Mark Price as published on The Charlotte Observer “He’s sterile, but he doesn’t know it and we’re not going to tell him,” He staggered off into an island marsh and vanished last winter, leading conservationists to believe the last mule living among North Carolina’s wild coastal mustangs […]
Story by Sean Cockerham as published in The Alaska Dispatch News “It’s almost too good to be true,” WASHINGTON — As the summer tourist season approaches on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, there’s a growing hope among horse advocates that the iconic wild horses of Corolla can be saved […]
Story By Jeff Hampton as published on HamptonRoads.com Gus was named after genetics expert Gus Cothran of Texas A&M University, who determined that the Corolla herd needed a blood line from another group of wild horses to stay healthy. COROLLA, N.C. – Meet Gus, the newest, most eligible […]