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When This Poor Baby Starts Drowning, A Wild Stallion Comes To The Rescue

This wild stallion is named Champ and he lives in the Tonto National Forest in Arizona with his family. When Champ and his band were grazing along the banks of the Salt River, a second group of wild horses arrived to the opposite bank. Some of the horses were very intrigued about their new neighbors and decided to cross the river to investigate. But the river current was too strong that day and a young filly got in serious trouble. Luckily, Champ breaks from the group and goes after her. The events that unfold next show how incredibly clever horses can be when faced with adverse circumstances. Becky Standridge, a Park Service volunteer, managed to take the photos of the fantastic event. Watch the video:

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