Callide Range, QLD. Caught with her foal which died soon after capture. Grey Lady went to a home in NSW but died the day after arriving from snakebite.
This pony, Grey Lady originated in the Calllide Range, location Cecilwood and the Ulam Valley, from stock descended from the horses of Waler Breeding families, McCamleys, Creeds and Leahy’s, plus some on the other side of the range. They bred excellent horses and ponies.
“When Grey Lady came off, I was told an old man had lived out the back of one of the properties up to the 1950’s and he had Welsh ponies including a stallion, the ponies remained in the ranges after he died so this blood is possibly in the ponies caught.”
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