The heritage of Australia’s high plains and valleys are indelibly linked to The Man from Snowy River and its’ fabled horse riding exploits.
Our history is covered with stories and adventures just waiting to be shared by local horse riding experts, many with family roots dating back well over 100 years.
There’s also a world class equestrian facility with events and activities throughout the year including Equine Education, trail rides, lessons clinics and camps for both adults and children.
, the Dawn Horse, was no bigger than a dog or fox and had four toes on the front feet and three on the hind.
For unknown reasons, perhaps by changing climate and hunting by early humans, the horse became extinct in North America about 8,000 years ago.
With guests Matt Okine, Christopher Pyne & Sam from Survivor, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on stressed out principals, the Charlottesville neo-Nazi rally, Barnaby Joyce's citizenship, the Queen to retire, and doctors with disabilities.
Horse riding is a must do experience when visiting the Snowy Mountains.
The European Forest Horse was a heavy framed animal that inhabited European marshes and gave rise to the Warmblood and some draft horse types.
Those who work with horses, in either a paid or voluntary position, are invited to contribute.