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A stranger approaches a stallions territory and a life or death fight to control it begins.
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  1. It seems clearly that the black stallion was much younger than white. So mature white understand, " there is no point for deadly fights for him". Excellent..

  2. "I want the throne. Y'all sittin' up here comfortable. Must feel good. There's about 2 billion stallions all over the world who looks just like us; but their lives are a lot harder than us. Nevada has enough tools to liberate them all. Pool of water. Ask me who I am … I'm exercising my blood right to challenge for the mantles of Alpha, and Black Stallion."

  3. Beautiful black stallion is true and good fighter besides of majestic white stallion
    I'm love black stallions and I'm happy for it he wins he secures his herd and stole rival mares

  4. Wow, this is new info and not something I've heard of. Losing dominance/presence over a pool yeah but a stallion losing his whole herd like this… different.

  5. You can see where the real damage comes from–kicks from the back legs. Don't quite understand why a "missed kick" meant it was all over. Why did grey (not really white) stallion lose/give up?

  6. Also not really how that dynamic works but hey, I get they have to make a story. It makes me realize how they do this so much with other animals too people just don't know because they aren't experts on more exotic creatures like that.

  7. Whew! That was tense. I've never seen wild stallions fight before. That white horse was beautiful. 😍 But then the black horse was also beautiful. My gosh, does that stallion then get to mate with all those females?

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