Wild horses have had their manes and tails clipped in Sabucedo (Galicia, Spain) for 350 years as a part of a deworming and hygienic old ritual. The horses are taken from the countryside into the "curro", a rounded corral, where they are cropped by the "aloitadores", the local wrestlers who immobilize the horse with their bare hands.
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