The photographer Javier Teniente and the artist Xose Guillermo carry out an innovative design project in “Wind horses, stone curros”: they collect the “curros” tradition both through photography and drawing. The outcome of this carefully edited impressive and fantastic volume, in which Javier Teniente’s black and white pictures talk to Xose Guillermo’s drawings, icons and poetic writings, reflects all of the beauty of these wind jet black horses. From the gathering of the herd with the first morning light, veiled in dark and grey mists, to the labor of the “besteiros” and the “aloitadores” when the evening ends, this book is one of the most beautiful testimonies that no one has ever made about the horse world in Galicia and the “rapa das bestas” culture.