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A cheeky horse tests a camera operator's devotion to his job.

By Horse Illustrated Staff - @HI_mag | July 12, 2014

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In 2012, the TV series Born to Explore with Richard Wiese visited a ranch in Chile to meet the horses and their trainer. During the filming, a horse named Chunchun decided it would be fun to mess with camera operator Greg Harriott. Harriott does his best to maintain professionalism while Chunchun nuzzles his face, scratches his head and at one point even chomps on his ear. Well done, Greg, and well done, Chunchun.


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Brenda    Somewhere, FL

11/14/2015 6:10:07 AM

I agree with Helen, why didn't he just move over a few feet. It was the ear nibble that would have made me move!

Helen    somewhere, GA

7/15/2015 6:43:11 AM

Don't understand why he didn't just move over a little bit!

Kathy    Bahama, NC

7/2/2015 6:19:44 AM

Trust worthy camera man!

Marion    Sussex, NJ

2/20/2015 5:47:07 AM

Of course the person scratching his withers wasn't helping! That made him want to reciprocate and scratch back. And the cameraman was there for that handy scratch.

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