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Save a Horse Australia: Bigalow’s Story

Save A Horse Australia Horse Rescue & Sanctuary was established in 2001 and became a fully registered not for profit organisation in 2009. In 2016 we became an Incorporated Association and changed the name to Save a Horse Australia Inc.

Our purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome neglected, abused and slaughter-bound horses.

We currently have two properties providing sanctuary and rehabilitation for just over 100 horses, located in Buccan and Tarampa in south-east Queensland, Australia.

Save A Horse Australia receives all of its funding from the donations of people like you! Can you help us with fundraising?

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A Race Of Horses

From the Film Australia Collection. Made by Film Australia 1974. Directed by Kit Denton. A look at the sport of horseracing in Australia. One afternoon in November every year, Australia stops work for a few minutes to give its attention to the Melbourne Cup. But throughout the year, the sport of horseracing involves many people other than the once-a-year horse fancier. It’s an industry involving a lot of very fine studs, and across the whole of Australia there are thousands of strappers, handlers, trainers, jockeys, veterinarians, studmasters and other people employed in the business of breeding and training racehorses. A Race of Horses shows some of these people at work. It contains sequences on foaling, breaking-in and handling the future champions.

Chinese New Year Melbourne Australia 2014 Year of the Horse

Chinese new year of the Horse celebration in Melbourne China Town, February 2nd 2014. Sifu Garry and Sifu Linda from shaolin jee shin wing chun enjoy the new year celebration in Melbourne’s China Town, Sunday morning during the start of the day’s festival. The chinese youth society entourage put on an extravaganza in traditional lion dancing, which was an honour to be there to see.

10 Endurance Horse Breeds in the World

Top 10 Most Popular Endurance Horse Breeds

Some horses are built for heavy draft work. Others crave the short-distance races that can be found at tracks around the world. Then there are the endurance horse breeds, which crave long-distance competition in open environments with high levels of individuality.
Endurance horse breeds must have an emphasis on strength and stamina in order for the horse to be successful. These are the most common horse breeds that are used for endurance events around the world right now.

1 – Akhal-Teke
2 – Anglo-Arabian
3 – Arabian
4 – Boerperd
5 – Criollo
6 – Marwari
7 – Missouri Fox Trotter
8 – Rocky Mountain Horse
9 – Spanish Mustang
10 – Kentucky Natural Gaited Horse

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Acacia Park Evening Rose-2012 Australian Arabian Horse Championships

Acacia Park Evening Rose-2012 Australian Arabian Horse Championships as a 4 year old mare in the ridden part-bred arabian mare class.