MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A pair of Belgian horses from southeastern Minnesota are now internet stars after a video captured them last week pulling a stranded semi up an icy hill.

Lizzie Hershberger posted the now-viral video to Facebook on Dec. 5. It’s since been viewed more than 650,000 times.

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The Star Tribune reports that the truck driver was delivering an empty trailer when he spun out on icy roads.

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The horses that came to his rescue were named Molly and Prince. They wore anti-slip footwear.

Hershberger and her husband bought the 13-year-old horses about ago.

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The two live in Canton, which is about 50 miles southeast of Rochester.