This is the story of Sabucedo, a village lost in the mountains of Galicia. It’s a story of men and horses. Legend has it that 400 ago, two villagers promised to offer a stallion and a mare to the village saint if he saved them from the pest. The two horses have now become a thousand and represent Sabucedo’s soul and wealth. They live in total freedom in the mountains – except for 3 days a year, the days of the “rapa das bestas”, the traditional capture of the beasts. The villagers round-up the wild horses to bring them to the village arena for a kind of wild rodeo and ‘marking of the beasts’. A festive occasion not to be missed!