Wild Patagonian Horse Is Masterfully Tamed | Wild Patagonia | BBC Earth

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  • Published on Jan 7, 2018

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  • Sandra Watts
    Sandra Watts 1 year ago

    and shes pregnant.

  • TheMovieMyLife
    TheMovieMyLife 1 year ago (edited)

    Tamed in just three hours?

  • DarahTheMemeExplorer

    Everybody knows you ride it until hearts appear

  • Lorenzo Malerba
    Lorenzo Malerba 1 year ago

    You can't tame Spirit

  • CistudeSuisse
    CistudeSuisse 1 year ago

    Wonderful pics. Btw, it's feral, not wild. Ferals still have the curiosity of the domestic ancestors and that's why they are fast to trust humans.

  • Bichr Salhi
    Bichr Salhi 1 year ago

    Nice red dead redemption II trailer

  • Brylang Productions

    I tame my animals with food on Minecraft

  • bigdogtrist
    bigdogtrist 1 year ago

    You basically just run the horse till it’s too tired to fight back/run anymore

  • John Henkam Gangte
    John Henkam Gangte 1 year ago

    If it's tamed how is it still a wild horse?

  • Amx 40
    Amx 40 2 months ago

    Arthur Morgan is proud of you

  • Vercassivellaunos
    Vercassivellaunos 1 year ago (edited)

    whats the background music?

  • Dragon Dung
    Dragon Dung 1 year ago

    but can it do THIS??

  • Shakeeb Jannath
    Shakeeb Jannath 1 year ago

    Wow that’s beautiful. A union dating back to the ancient times. Thank you.

  • KickAssCowgirl27
    KickAssCowgirl27 1 year ago

    It doesn't take just 3 hrs to go from a wild horse to one that's somewhat rideable. You can't rush horses that quickly. If you do then they'll usually shut down to comply with the session to get it over with, but then you're back at square 1 the next day. Everyone has a different training method that works for them and that's great, but anyone in the equine community can tell you rushing a horse that quickly only ends up with someone getting hurt.

  • Wade Sharp
    Wade Sharp 1 year ago

    I need to try this on my gf😂🤣

  • blasterforever
    blasterforever 1 year ago

    Wow, it reminded me the time i tamed my girlfriend into Trying anal. Exact same process.

  • Avery Lopez-Baines
    Avery Lopez-Baines 1 year ago

    ONLY IN PATAGONIA. ¡Viva los gauchos!

  • Marsha Natama P
    Marsha Natama P 1 year ago

    Only 3 hours she become tamed? Wow that's incredible! :D

  • Rere West
    Rere West 1 year ago

    That's a pregnant mare..I'm sure the stress on the foal and mare could not be good. This is a cleaned up version of what happened. Probably better than most other trainers but hard on the horse since they had to run the herd down and capture her. I'm sure that wasn't pretty.

  • Ragna2002
    Ragna2002 1 year ago

    I must admit, I was more than sceptical when I read the title. I expected ugly pictures in cowboy style breaking. This man was gentle and understanding, he knows exactly what he is doing. Chapeau!