Wild women and wild horses in Keeping up with the Kaimanawas

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Check out this clip from Horse & Country’s fabulous new series Keeping up with the Kaimanawas.

We are hooked on the show, which features three wild women trying to tame even wilder horses. Filmed against the stunning backdrop of New Zealand’s outback it’s a candid look at a family of three sisters, who take on the tough challenge of taming the Kaimanawa horses for a competition.

Expect thrills and spills, tears and laughter – but most of all, a lot of love for the work they do with these incredible horses.

You can watch episode one and two of Keeping up with the Kaimanawas on Catch Up now, while series three and four premiere on Horse & Country TV and Amazon Video on Sunday 18 February at 8pm. Don’t miss the drama! 

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