Farm owners near Bath shared the extraordinary moment Beau the Shire horse revived his dying stablemate Beatrice who had collapsed and was dying.
She was experiencing stomach pains and was at risk organ failure.
Her owners had spent six hours desperately trying to get her to her feet before taking the difficult decision to have her put down.
However her stablemate had other Beau wouldn't give up, which led to her remarkable recovery.
Days later, when we went to film with Beatrice, Beau hilariously tried getting his 15 minutes on TV... what a mare!
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The park says the bird of prey has bells on so you should hear him coming!
- If spotted call: 07398145149
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