Even Indiana Jones would tip his fedora to Hayley Moore.
While working at a horse racing event at Chepstow Racecourse in England, TV reporter Moore saw a horse named Give Em a Clump had unseated its rider and eluded stewards for 4 miles, according to the BBC.
When the horse approached her, Moore ducked onto the course and literally grabbed the reins.
As the studio commentators looked on in amazement, Moore then took off the horse's saddle.
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"I just thought it was now or never," Moore told the BBC.
The BBC story noted that Moore is the daughter of a horse trainer.
"It had already done a couple of laps of the racecourse, which is quite a long way at Chepstow," she told the BBC.
"Horses will get eventually exhausted. He was just running on his adrenaline and already had done a lot of exercise and it was very warm day — so I just thought I'd go for it."
I hope she doesn't have to pay for any broken equipment.