We took a tandem kayak over to the island from Beaufort and went hiking. It's not unusual to see a few wild horses in the Reserve and there is plenty of information about keeping a respectful distance to prevent being kicked, bitten, stomped, and otherwise reminded of the wild part in wild horse.
Lots of birds, a bright blue sky, and then on the far side of the island where you can look across at Shackleford Banks, a group of about 10 horses came out of the woods to graze. With them was a very young foal. I don't know how old, but here's what it looked like.
(Taken with approximately 1000mm of zoom. I was actively trying to avoid all the aforementioned horse interactions.)