I’ve never seen anything like this bizarre yet mesmerizing display of natural horsemanship in the tradition of Doma India, an Argentinian system of horse-training.
The Doma India School was first established over 50 years ago in San Luis, Argentina as an innovative horse-taming program based on non-violence and respect for the animal.
A bit of background on the Doma India from a spotty English translation of doma-india.com:
The method is to tame the horse according to its nature, avoiding fear and pain, and earning their trust and loyalty. This method provides us clear notions of how to treat the horse, and when and how to teach, and what we want to achieve. The horse learns by persuasion, and by understanding its nature, behavior and psychology, we achieve this persuasion and teach exercises that will make the horse an animal suitable for any discipline.
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A big thanks to Morgan Dalis for bringing this video to our attention!