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Why Four Cowboys Rode Wild Horses 3,000 Miles Across America (Part 2) | Nat Geo Live
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  Published: 1 week ago

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In 2013, filmmaker Ben Master, three of his friends, and 16 wild mustangs journeyed across 3,000 miles of some of the most rugged territory in the American West. This audacious trek—to inspire adoptions of wild horses and burros—has since inspired Ben to help others on their own journeys. Hear Ben share inspiring stories from the road and watch clips from his documentary 'Unbranded.'
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Why Four Cowboys Rode Wild Horses 3,000 Miles Across America (Part 2) | Nat Geo Live
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4 days ago
dude talks like he got peoblems


1 week ago
According to "Adam Ruins Everything" there is no such thing a white cowboys.


1 week ago
I like the topic but this guy is a horrible public speaker.


1 week ago
What a wonderful journey. And such a welcome contrast to the overblown drama politics is today.


1 week ago
My uncle directed this documentary


1 week ago
i love nat geo live...... i always make sure to watch the bew ones....i feel empowered just by listening to theor stories...... too bad the internet is too busy watchjng cat and fidget spinner videos.....


1 week ago
Broke back mountain, at its finest. You know a lot of Guinness, vodka, anal lube, red lipstick 💄 and wigs were used in that 3,000 mile hike! Just gay, and nasty.


1 week ago
When I was a child my dream was to be a cowboy haha good old times, I'm happy to see this video! Thanks National Geographic! 😁😊


1 week ago
This is exactly why pudding is going out of style.


1 week ago
Mcree


1 week ago
Meow


1 week ago
I love this channel :)


2 weeks ago
Feed lots.....let's face facts...a lot of these wild horses are sold for slaughtering.....he never mentions that....I think he's trying to do good but he must not avoid all of the problem....wild horses are also sold for slaughtering......


2 weeks ago
I would, i would hate it but im curious to try their meat


2 weeks ago
Why dont we just eat them


2 weeks ago
This is so amazing, I'm so glad I watched this. Gonna check out the movie now! 😊


2 weeks ago
I just finished watching the film on Netflix and it sure is a waste not to see it. Highly recommended!

I like Thamer's fun personality and they sure hell got drama.

Val's emotional connection with them is moving and I'm hyped on the song he made. #BorderToBorder


2 weeks ago
gig'em


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