Argentine man is the world’s best horse whisperer

Natural horsemanship popularly known as ‘horse whispering’, is an ancient technique used to train horses in a kinder and gentler way rather than the traditional methods.

In Argentina, this friendly and fascinating way to train horses is also known as “Doma India” and 32-years-old Martin Tatta has taken the technique to a new level. He has developed such a strong bond with the horses he trains that they totally trust him. Martin has the ability to persuade the horses to a certain level that they allow him to kiss them on the lips and also roll them around so he can sit on their tummy.

This horse whisperer grew up among horses on a ranch in San Antonio de Areco, near Buenos Aires and he claims that he does not have any special gift, for him it’s something natural.

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