There are news about the Wild Horses: at wildhorsesandmustangs.com you can find a new article about the New Forest Ponies in Great Britain!
The wild horses live in the New Forest which is the smallest National Park in Great Britain. They are semi wild because their habitat is limited by fences. On more than 300 km² they can roam freely and follow their natural way of life. The management of the Park controls the size of the herd population and has a register about all ponies. Because the limited habitat can only offer enough nourishment and water for the current number of about 3000 horses the management needs to regulate the natural reproduction.
Here you can find detailed information about the outward appearance of the New Forest Pony, its characteristics and training possibilities, as well as information about the management, medical care and the New Forest Park.