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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 1) | Nat Geo Live
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