Type: Pony

A Pictorial Guide

© Angela Tiede. Image: Mare Hale, June 2019.

Follow Hale’s development from wild captured youngster in 2019 (estimated at under three) to current year 2022, as she slowly matures out to a classic example of a Waler pony, now extremely rare in a domestic situation.

Hale in June 2019, the week of her capture in the NT, and later that year in Victoria. Photo just below shows her true pony head and good Waler conformation.

Pony mare Hale
On arrival in Victoria, July 2019
Mare Hale
First round bale, August 2019
Mare Hale and colt foal Pinjee
With new foal, November 4, 2019

Hale and her colt foal Pinjee, November 2019

Hale in 2020, approximately four years old, continuing to round out as she relaxes into a domestic life.

Mare Hale
June 2022, now approximately six years old and maturing into a classic Waler pony

Hale in 2022, photo just below shows Timor Pony stallion Balios in roundyard, Hale on the outside. Photos further below show Hale and her day-old colt foal (Zephyr) by Balios, born 9 January 2023.

Hale and Ginger

Posted by Angela Tiede

Educator and Waler advocate and owner since 2006.