Corolla Wild Horses
The wild Mustangs of the Currituck Outer Banks are a main attraction! If you're lucky you may get to see some of these beautiful, majestic animals playing in the surf.
Wild Spanish mustangs have roamed free in the Northern Outer Banks for nearly 500 years. They are descended from horses from ancient shipwrecks. A small herd of nearly 100 wild mustangs still roam free in the 4WD section of the Northern Outer Banks. Photo by Dan Waters Photography.
Stallion silhouette on top of a Carova Beach dune on the Outer Banks. Photo by Dan Waters Photography.
The Corolla wild horses have been residents of Currituck's Outer Banks beaches for almost 500 years. Thankfully, they don't mind sharing!
Colonial Spanish mustangs roam the beaches near Corolla, NC. Photo by Eve Turek. "Sizing Up The Day"
Catching Anything? by Eve Turek. The Corolla wild horses of Currituck's Outer Banks, NC.
Everyone loves playing on the beach, and the Corolla wild horses are no exception! Photo by by Eve Turek - "Turf Tustle"
The legendary Corolla wild horses saunter down the beach in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Photo by Eve Turek - "Two If By Sea"
Jennifer Dixon caught this great photo last night on the beach. Thanks for sharing, Jennifer! We hope you're having a great time in Corolla.
These members of the Corolla wild horse herd started off their week with a sunrise stroll on the beach, but we're pretty sure the rest of the herd was sleeping in. Thanks to Corolla Beach Music and Kim Young for the photo.
Got a case of the Mondays? Here's something to make you smile. Thanks to Dreams End for this fantastic photo of Primavera and her mom, taken at Swan Beach.