The Criollo is the native horse of Uruguay (1910), Argentina (1918), Brazil (1932) and Paraguay. It may have the best endurance of any horse breed in the world next to the Arabian. In fact, due to the criollo’s low basal metabolism, it may be a better long-distance horse than the Arabian in prolonged races over a week in duration with no supplemental feed. The breed, known for its hardiness and stamina, is most popular in its home countries. To speak of the Criollo horse is to speak of the Gaucho. The horse is his indispensable accessory ; it is said that a Gaucho without a horse was the same as a man without legs.

Director - Chris Schmid
Editor - Chris Schmid
Music - The Musicbed

This film was shot using my regular photographic gear:
- Sony a7rII
- Sony a7s
- DJI Inspire 1
- Zenmuse X5
- Sony FE 28mm 2.0
- Sony FE 35mm 2.8
- Sony FE 16-35mm 4.0
- Sony FE 70-200mm 4.0

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