Hi, my name is Guillermo, but you can call me William! I am a wild Colonial Spanish Mustang that was born prematurely, June 12, 2015, on the northern beach in Corolla, N.C The day that I was born it was 98 degrees and every day after that had a heat index of 100+. Because I was so sick and wasn’t eating, the non-profit organization that manages and takes care of me and all the other wild Spanish Mustangs, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, had to rescue me. They rushed me to the nearest equine hospital. I had to have life-saving surgery on June 18 and I am now recovering in the ICU. I have to stay here until I get stronger and well enough to go live on our farm on the mainland, with other horses like me, who were rescued. My hospital and medical bills are so high that it’s going to be hard for the CWHF to pay for them. I need donations from all of you who care so much about me and all my wild relatives. You can follow my progress on the Corolla Wild Horse Fund Face Book page. Please, anything you can contribute will be greatly appreciated by the CWHF and especially by ME!!