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.
- Daniel Waters
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