The wild horses of the Currituck Outer Banks have welcomed a new foal, a filly named Betsy.
She was born recently, making her the third foal of 2021. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund shared the news on Facebook saying that Betsy, her mother M&M and her father Rocky, are all doing well.
Welcome Betsy! This filly is the third foal of 2021. Her mom is a mare we call M&M and her dad is Rocky. The whole…
The Wild Horse Fund also shared a reminder of the do’s and don’ts of the 4×4 beaches.
You must stay at least 50ft away from the horses. Approaching, enticing, or harassing in any way will result in a ticket. The Currituck County Sheriff’s Department has a no-tolerance policy when it comes to the horses. Your apples and carrots will kill. Please don’t cause a repeat of what happened last year, when a yearling colt was fed a whole apple, causing him to choke and die. You can read the Wild Horse Ordinance in full here.