If you do yoga, you're likely familiar with horse pose, or vatayanasana, but you've probably never seen anything like this.
The Doma India School, a school of horsemanship in Argentina, uses yoga-like moves to tame and train "wild, traumatized or nervous horses."
Established 50 years ago, the school is run by father and son Oscar and Cristobal Scarpati Schmid.
"The method is to tame the horse according to its nature, avoiding causing fear and pain, and by earning their trust and loyalty," the school's website reads.
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