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Only One Came Back

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Just one horse out of approx. 130,000 sent away to the First World War returned to Australia. According to Professor Ernest Scott, author of the volume of the official history dealing with the Australian home front, the sole exception was said to have been “the charger of General Bridges”, a horse known as Sandy.


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Waler Legacy Project

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The project saw six wild Walers housed with trainers of very different disciplines for 12 months. These trainers and their Walers then caome to EQUITANA Sydney in 2013 and showcased just how far theyhad come in one year.

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