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This is one of the many good things about this site: I now know what a 'Brumby' is!
25/Apr/17 12:08 AM
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So do I! 3:10 today.
25/Apr/17 12:24 AM
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My daughter rescued a brumby a few years ago. It was sold at a horse auction and purchased by someone not realising how difficult they are to adapt to captivity. It was skeletal when my daughter took possession and it was 12 months before it could eat properly before she could even handle it. My thoughts on brumbies: leave them where they are.
25/Apr/17 1:11 AM
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'Brumbys' played a large role in two of my all time favorite movies. Man From Snowy River & Return To Snowy River. Beautiful scenery & some horsemanship scenes that will 'knock your socks off'.
25/Apr/17 1:27 AM
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I learned something today. A Brumby is a wild horse.
25/Apr/17 3:16 AM
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25/Apr/17 4:38 AM
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2:04. Hi everyone.
25/Apr/17 7:42 AM
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4:25 Hi All.
25/Apr/17 9:50 AM
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3:27 Good morning all!
25/Apr/17 10:37 AM
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I would mention that these horses are not necessarily brumbies. In large areas of the Northern Territory and Queensland (and probably Western Australia), horses are still used extensively for stock work. This work can be very hard on the horses, and it is a cruel and foolhardy rider who rides the More...
25/Apr/17 2:54 PM
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Okay, I've re-read the caption which yes, says that these are brumbies. My apologies to the photographer for doubting their knowledge of their subject. I do, however, stand by the general content of my previous post.
25/Apr/17 3:11 PM
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Thank you, Saltie, for explaining something I knew nothing about, neither brumbies nor the sort of work horses you describe.
25/Apr/17 3:16 PM
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It looks like a termites nest this side of the last of the Brumbies. They do a lot of damage in the Snowy Mountains and are regarded as pests by many of the locals, but I agree with Salties comments about Brumbies on the plains in the Centre and the West. Camels are more of a pest out that way.
25/Apr/17 6:40 PM
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Sometimes it is man who is the pest!Think about it.
26/Apr/17 4:36 AM
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