Off the coast of Nova Scotia (Canada's atlantic province)
There is an island called, Sable Island. It has been restricted access because of the wild horses that live and breed there.
If you're interested, take a peek here:
Although access to the island is restricted - by both location and regulations - the horses are well-known, and are of great interest, historically and scientifically. The Sable Island horses have been featured in several documentaries and numerous books and magazine articles, and they were the subject of an exhibition at the Equine Museum of Japan, Yokohama (1994), and a photography exhibition in New York City (Roberto Dutesco, 2002). They are protected by law from interference by people, and thus live wild and undisturbed.
There are PICTURES and the story behind it!