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Haydon Legacy, an Australian Waler stallion. The Waler combined the Thoroughbred, Arab, the Cape horse (from the Cape of Good Hope), Timor Pony, perhaps a little Clydesdale or Percheron. Originally considered a "type" of horse, not a distinct breed. Bred under the extreme climate and challenging working conditions of Australia, the Waler developed into a hardy horse with great endurance under extreme stresses. It was used as a stockman's horse and highly prized as a military remount.

Haydon Legacy, an Australian Waler stallion. The Waler combined the Thoroughbred, Arab, the Cape horse (from the Cape of Good Hope), Timor Pony, perhaps a little Clydesdale or Percheron. Originally considered a "type" of horse, not a distinct breed. Bred under the extreme climate and challenging working conditions of Australia, the Waler developed into a hardy horse with great endurance under extreme stresses. It was used as a stockman's horse and highly prized as a military remount.

FIVE MINUTES WITH... ASH BREEDER - MELISE TUMA-WEBB

FIVE MINUTES WITH... ASH BREEDER - MELISE TUMA-WEBB

Aleena - Get noticed on this pretty hunter/dressage prospect! - Aleena

Aleena - Get noticed on this pretty hunter/dressage prospect! - Aleena

Black Australian Stock Horse stallion CADABRA, foaled 2002. © 2010-12 Icewood Australian Stock Horses Training.

Black Australian Stock Horse stallion CADABRA, foaled 2002. © 2010-12 Icewood Australian Stock Horses Training.

Radiam foaled 11/11/1918

Radiam foaled 11/11/1918

Silverthorn Shotgun, Australian Stock Horse stallion. ASH seems to have a similar history as Waler: developed from the imported horses and being suitable to Australian sometimes harsh conditions. Waler doesn't have Quarter Horse blood, ASH does (well, not all). As the name goes, ASH's have been used as stock horses and they're known for their intelligence, stamina, courage and toughness. Today they're used in many disciplines: dressage, endurance, polo, eventing, cattle work...

Silverthorn Shotgun, Australian Stock Horse stallion. ASH seems to have a similar history as Waler: developed from the imported horses and being suitable to Australian sometimes harsh conditions. Waler doesn't have Quarter Horse blood, ASH does (well, not all). As the name goes, ASH's have been used as stock horses and they're known for their intelligence, stamina, courage and toughness. Today they're used in many disciplines: dressage, endurance, polo, eventing, cattle work...

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