The village of San Lorenzo de Sabucedo (Galicia, Spain) belongs to the region of Tabeirós -Tierra de Montes-. In 1842 it had a population of 300 people, currently there are no more than 60 residents counted (just ten neighbors in winter). The -Rapa das Bestas- is the name of the work that every year is celebrated for three days; hundreds horses living wild in the mountains are directed to the town, to crop and mark them (now with microchips). The -aloitadores-, men and women, are in charge of holding the horses to proceed, using only their skills and their bodies to perform the work (they show great respect and wonder, so they're taking care of Saint's horses). Since the early eighteenth century there are reports of the festive celebration with the fall of horses from the mountains. Still it is believed that the tradition is much older; could be pre-romanic, because petroglyphs found in the area represents men on horses. This affair was declared of International Tourist Interest.