Who says horses do not have a soul? Those people will have nothing to say after they hear this story.
One sunny day, Champ, a wild stallion who lives along the bank of the Salt River in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, and his family are having a normal day.
A few minutes later, the other group of wild horses appears at the opposite side of the bank.
Champ and his family quickly notice them and become interested in their neighbors across the river.
Some of them start to cross the river to say hello to their new friends.
When they start the short trip to the opposite side of the river, the current has not been strong.
But as they get to the middle point, the strong current comes in and sweeps the little filly.
She even goes under the water for the moment.
That’s the time when Champ steps in.
He tries to grab filly with his mouth and put her on the shallower spot. However, it is not easy.
Champ gets out of the group to save the filly. He finally holds her gently and brings to the bank. The baby horse gets back to her mother thanks to Champ.
Watch the video below to find out what Champ does after he saves the little filly. Don’t miss the part when birds come to him.
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