Currituck Horses at Great Risk?

Only 100 remain on the barrier island and “every single one lost is devastating to the genetic health and diversity,” said the herd manager in a report following last week’s choking incident.

She continued, “It’s hard enough to lose one to natural causes … but to lose one to something caused by humans and so easily avoided is just … I don’t even have a word for how bad that is.”

The greatest threat to these animals is not the tourists but the so-called advocates who stalk them with clipboards and darting rifles.

It’s bad when one dies but it’s okay if they’re never born.

You only need to look at Assateague Island (Maryland side) to see where this is going.

The PZP zealots have run that herd into the ground and they know it.

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