THE LAST SPANISH COWBOYS
Over 1000 semi-wild horses live in the marshlands of the Spanish National Park Doñana. Once a year they are rounded up by horsemen who hold sway over these large herds and lead them to the Andalusian town of Almonte. Here their manes are cut, they become
medically examined and put up for sale. The annual La Saca de las Yeguas dates back over 500 years.
Published in Merian Magazin