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Indian Relay, a race where riders risk collisions with thousand-pound horses, is both exhilarating and dangerous, but team manager Mason Red Wing says the connection with horses saved his life.

Red Wing grew up on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, angry at his own people. Native American communities suffer from high rates of substance abuse and Red Wing’s own father succumbed to alcoholism. The horses Red Wing’s team brings to Indian Relay races reconnected him with his culture and made him feel proud of who he is and where he’s from. 

“What the horse done for me, I know the horse can do that for everyone 1,000 times over,” he said. “And I’m a firm believer in it. I know for a fact it can, it can bring our young men and our young women back.”

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