Look out for the April 2015 issue of Horses and People magazine for the beautiful article on by Sophie Barrington on Redgum Walers Equine Learning Centre
Side Saddle Introductory Clinic &
High Tea Luncheon
with Wendy Tidbold
1 February 2015
Guest speaking on the topic of Waler horses and equine therapy for the Rotary Club of Fassifern Valley
12 Nov 2014
Waler Horse Society of Australia Inc. Light Horse attending their first official function
Remembrance Day Ceramony
Ma Ma Creek, Qld 11 Nov 2014
Equitana Gunner holding ground Beersheba Day Ceramony
Enoggera Barracks, Qld
31 Oct 2014
QMIHT Equitana Gunner & OC Elizabeth Jennings escorting His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd) Governor-
QMIHT Elizabeth Jennings riding Equitana Gunner escorting the walkers during the initial legs of the Mates4Mates WWI 100km Challenge
QMIHT Elizabeth Jennings riding Equitana Gunner with Ed Hoff riding Equitana Rupert at the media launch for the Mates4Mates WWI Challenge
Guest speaker on the topic of Waler horses and equine therapy at the Mothers Union Anniversary luncheon
ABC Lateline visits Redgum Walers for their Anzac Day Special feature "Australian WWI war horse breed still being bred"
Link: To view the segment on Lateline 25th April 2014 http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-
An awesome day of filming with the crew from Channel Nine’s new program “The Horse Show Australia”, featuring you guessed it… Everything you need to know about horses! It was such a pleasure to show off our brilliant Australian Walers today.
EQUITANA Mitavite Waler Legacy Showcase
The May 2013 petition to “Stop the aerial culling of Waler horses on Tempe Downs Station, NT” reached 26,938 signatures highlighting the heritage value of our very own Australian Walers horses.
Click here to view the petition:-
The "EQUITANA Mitavite Waler Legacy Project" was officially launched on Sunday 18th of November at Equitana in Melbourne and has been the result of over 12 months of planning and consultation by Equitana and WHSA representatives. The selection of six Central Australian bred horses took place last month during a trip to South Australia and was made possible through an existing supplier of horses from the region. These desert bred horses have been selected from a remote station in Central Australia and are believed to be part of remnant herds linked to the original horses bred for the Australian remount trade.
Click here to watch footage