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Wild stallion saves young horse from drowning 

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From DogHeirs
by Ellen G.

When a wild Stallion named Champ was crossing a river with his family, a filly got in trouble. The river’s current was too strong for the young horse, and she began to be swept away. That’s when Champ came to her rescue and the moment was caught on camera. Champ is part of Salt River Wild Horses in Tonto National Forest in Arizona.

(The BLM wants all these horses GONE. Are you doing your part by calling in and letting Sally Jewell know what YOU think? Look at the previous post for the information. – Jerry)

Original Article: DogHeirs


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