by Kari Pugh as published on OBXToday.com Several of the northern Outer Banks wild mustangs, and their friend Raymond the mule, have been spotted during and following Hurricane Dorian, and everybody appears unscathed. “Every horse we’ve seen has been fine,” Meg Puckett, herd manager for the Corolla Wild […]
by Meilin Tompkins as published on WCNC.com The wild horses are actually better equipped to handle a hurricane than most humans living on the Outer Banks. COROLLA, N.C. — Many people have been wondering if the Outer Banks’ Wild Horses will evacuate when Hurricane Dorian moves past the […]
Source: WTKR.com COROLLA, N.C. – The Corolla Wild Horse Fund needs your help to protect horses on the Outer Banks. The organization is looking to get more than 2,000 signatures on a petition to have a barbed wire fence removed or replaced with a safer option after a […]
by Adriana De Alba as published on 13newsnow.com The Currituck County Sheriff says people continue to approach and feed the horses every day. Deputies will begin strictly enforcing laws. CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. — They’ve roamed the beaches of Currituck for 500 years, but their numbers are dwindling. As […]
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 […]