Horses are sacred for the Navajo, as is water, the source for all life. Jones and Clayson Benally, originally from Black Mesa, Arizona, tell us stories about ancient times, explain why the Navajo relation to horses is so special, and what were the consequences of the stock reduction policy on the Navajo Reservation in the thirties.
An interview made from several short films by the Navajo Horse Project, Kyril Kirkov, Dinéh for Wild Horses and eQuintessence vidéos.
Photographies (c) Brent Stirton & Erika Larsen.
Music (c) SIHASIN & Tacoho Productions / Benally, All right reserved.
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