Croatoan is a real wild Corolla horse that narrates the story of his life and how he left Sand Horse Beach to live in Smithfield, Va. He educates the reader about his ancestors and the history of this special place. Explore his adventures, friends’ struggles and his legacy. Are you willing to help save these horses from extinction?
What others are saying…
“It was my privilege and honor to be a part of rescuing Croatoan. The mission of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund is to protect and conserve these rare and unique horses. We will be forever grateful to Steve Edwards and Mill Swamp Indian Horses for their excellent care and training of this important patriarch of the Banker Colonial Spanish Mustangs. We are also grateful to the author for creating more awareness regarding the need to save this critically endangered breed.”
~Karen H. McCalpin Director, Corolla Wild Horse Fund
“Kay Kerr’s horse story, as seen through the eyes of Croatoan, is captivating and enlightening, having a great moral impact on the reader and will serve as a wonderful learning experience for children and adults.”
~Chief Walt “Red Hawk” Brown, BS, MS Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe