Untamed Legacy: America's Wild Mustang

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The wild mustang: a living, breathing symbol of America's spirit... uninhibited, undaunted, free. The mustang is a true survivor, having outlasted most of its predators. As the range and resources shrink, the mustang's success could also be its demise. As the government searches for a solution, passionate people reach out to save these great animals...to save the wild mustangs...to save our untamed legacy The documentary focuses on the wild mustang's survival and struggles as resources diminish. It is shot in parts of Tennessee, Alabama, Nevada and New Mexico. UNTAMED LEGACY: America's Wild Mustang chronicles a mustang named Charlie on his journey from the wild to his new home in Alabama, and all the people whose lives he touches along the way
 

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