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A HORSE IS A HORSE OF COURSE OF COURSE


im sure many of you will remember Mr Ed .. and when you read the above headline do you automatically start singing it ??.. and probably know the rest of the song .

it’s no secret i love horses and a lot of the customisation of my indian chief vintage is inspired by horses .. i have a full size saddle for the pillion seat , horse bits and stirrups are added here and there, plus a lot of other crap that can tends to annoy the purists 😜.

Horses are not native to australia, but we do have wild horses here called Brumbies mainly found in the snowy mountain /Alp region of Vic/NSW .. I’ve ridden the area ( some of the best riding roads and vistas in this country ) and have seen plenty .. in fact i saw a brumby stallion not unlike that magnificent statue run and rear up exactly like that pose in the pic .. a Kodak moment I wasn’t quick enough for

The name 'Brumby' is generally thought to have originated from an early settler, James Brumby. Horses owned by him were left to free range and readily adapted to the harsh climate of the Australian bush. It’s worth a google moment to read more about them and the pros and cons of their effect on the environment and general use.


These pics were taken at Morpeth and Peats Ridge north of sydney.

i can’t resist a pic with a horse if the opportunity presents itself.


AND NO ONE CAN TALK TO A HORSE OF COURSE UNLESS OF COURSE 🎶🎼🎵🎤 take it away 🙏🏼🙏🏼

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