Caught on Mt. Riddock, N.T. as a youngster in the late 1980’s. Mt Riddock was totally shot out soon after, so the few of their horses we got were very precious. Mt Riddock was known for the light type of Waler we called the Officer’s Charger type; nonetheless good bone is essential.
We are gathering and preserving as much information as possible about our Waler horses. Please let us know if you know anything more about Red Head, anecdotes and photos welcomed!
Additional content related to Red HeadStories and history:
Feeding Horses in WW1
Timor Ponies at the Summer Royal
Photographing Walers: a Hobby
GoGo Adventures (part 3)
George Sunter, Buffalo Hunter
Topsy the Famous Performing Pony
Horses’ Birthday at Collingwood Children’s Farm 2023