A wild horse does everything in his power to ensure a filly is safe. Screenshot via Becky Standridge/YouTube
A herd of wild horses were residing at the Tonto National Forest in Arizona in 2012. They were grazing along the Salt River bank when another herd of wild horses came to graze on the opposite bank. As they do, youngsters in that herd began to play, sparking the interest of Champ, one of the stallions. He and others in his herd began crossing the river to get a better look. The current was strong, however, and it forced one of the fillies into the water near Champ, pulling her underwater briefly.