One Sunday morning, an Australian named Nicole Graham decided to ride her horse Autumn, not far from the beach:
Everything was as usual. Pleasant breeze from the ocean, sunny weather. But suddenly Autumn stumbled in the mud and fell right into the mire. The girl herself managed to get out, but the animal smoothly went to the bottom. Moreover, since Autumn was very scared, he twitched a lot, trying to get out. But from these movements it only got worse. The horse went deeper and deeper into the mire.
Nicole tried to help Autumn. But she couldn’t pull a horse weighing five hundred kilograms. The only thing she could do was hold the horse’s face so that he could breathe. For three hours, Autumn and Nicole fought the mire. Everything seemed to be over…only a few minutes left for the animal to live. At that moment, the farmer saw them.
He called the rescue service. In the meantime, he tied the winch to his tractor and tried to pull the horse off by himself. The animal was very weak and couldn’t bear anymore. Autumn seemed to accept death. But Nicole fought for both. She kept whispering encouraging words to her pet.
Things went faster. A few minutes later with the help of a tractor and a dozen people, the horse still got out of the trap. Nicole was so weak that she even had to give a shot. The first thing she did at home was cleaning up Autumn from dirt.
Thanks to Nicole’s courage and the help that came in time, the animal was saved at the very last moment. It turns out that this happens not only in films, but also in real life.