Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue

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In a secluded region in the South of France, lives an ancient and spellbinding breed of horses considered some of the oldest in the world

Set against the serene
tones of their tranquil
surroundings, the
Camargue horses
are a vision of


untamed beauty

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RAW, BOLD
BEAUTY

“As the horses galloped towards me, I could feel the earth trembling beneath the thunderous pounding of their hooves.”



DREW DOGGETT

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“These horses are some of the most confident animals I’ve ever been around. It wasn’t just their defined musculature either, but their large, dark, expressive eyes - it’s as if you can see into their souls”

DREW DOGGETT

MEET THE GARDIANS

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Cowboys of the Riviera |(3:46)

The Brotherhood of the Camargue Horsemen, also known as Gardians or ‘cowboys of the Riviera,’ have tended to the distinctive white horses of Camargue since the 1500s. Living deep within the Camargue Marshland and far from any metropolitan area, the Gardians have earned the trust of these horses, and their lives revolve around caring for them. These are animals “born from big spaces” and the symbiotic relationship of the Gardians and horses has had a huge impact on shaping both of their identities.