Here, the family of Champ the wild stallion is grazing along the Salt River’s banks within the Tonto National Forest in Arizona. Another group of wild horses is seen arriving at the opposite side of the river.
After some time, the two groups start connecting with one another and others begin crossing the river to different sides. Out of nowhere, a strong current develops and sweeps one filly downstream. Champ is among those who find themselves under the water for some moments.
When she sees the life of the filly is in danger, she goes after her and tries grabbing her neck’s side. She is not successful in her first attempt and the filly is seen doing her best to rescue herself amid the strong currents after breaking away from the group.
Champs gives it another try and this time round she is able to grab the filly’s neck and in a gently manner brings her back to the group. He does not leave until she is very sure everything has returned to normal and the filly’s mother is with her kid.
Champs crosses the river and greets some stallions he seems to be friends with and returns to his family. He is the real “Champ” of the moment and everyone must be proud of him.
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