N2BHS "Carol's Girl"
N2BHS "Carol's Girl"
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N2BHS "Carol's Girl"

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 Born: June 17, 1994

Died: March 2017

Sire: M17E “Thunder”, sabino
Dam: N2BH “VIP”, bay

Sex: Mare
Color: Chestnut, only marking was a white left hind hoof

Longest time spent with one band: Six years with T5AEK “Chance” 

Direct Descendants:
N2BHSV “Bec’s Orion”
N2BHSX “Jester”
N2BHS-A “Gokey Go Bones”
N2BHS-B “Little Dipper”
N2BHS-C “April Star”
N2BHS-E “Eve”
N2BHS-H “Patricia Irene”
N2BHS-I “Annie Laurie”
N2BHS-J "Shasta"
N2BHS-M, Susi Solé
N2BHS-O “Sarah's SweetTea"

Usual range: year round in the Bayside campground area.

Interesting tidbits: Carol’s Girl did not respond to the PZP contraceptive vaccine – she foaled nine times in spite of annual contraceptive treatments beginning in 1996.  Carol’s Girl is unique in producing nine healthy foals. Her tenth pregnancy (at 18 years of age) added another foal that, although the filly appeared healthy, died at 2.5 weeks of unknown causes. Carol’s Girl and many of her offspring were found within the developed area year round.

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All donations support the wild horse management program which includes funding for Horse Management interns, food storage solutions for visitors, and educational supplies and materials to help people understand the negative long term impacts caused by interfering with the natural diet and behavior of the wild Assateague horses.