He was born late last week according to a story by The Coastland Times.
Birth rates and breeding patterns are detarmined by the advocates, not the horses.
The article did not indicate if his mom had been treated with the Montana Solution.
If not, they may stalking her with clipboards and darting rifles as they lecture you about keeping a safe distance and allowing mom and baby to bond.
In the wild horse world, the arrival of a new foal is not an event to appreciate but a problem to be fixed.
The Currituck advocates have adopted a naming convention similar to that of the Pryor Mountains: Foals born in 2020 have names beginning with “A,” names of foals born in 2021 begin with “B,” etc.
File under: Curated horse exhibits.