Help us save the Victorian Alpine Brumbies
The ABA had taken legal action to stop the Victorian Government from removing Brumbies from the Bogong High Plains and the Alpine National Park.
Hours before an injunction hearing, ABA and Parks Victoria negotiated an interim agreement to reduce the number of horses removed. But the longer term outcome will be decided at the main hearing in 2019.
YOU CAN HELP US! More on how you can help HERE
The Australian Brumby Alliance Inc (ABA) was established in 2008 to help facilitate the efforts of like minded minded wild horse interest groups throughout Australia. We do this by sharing information and expertise as well as providing a collective voice in regard to the humane management, welfare, preservation and promotion of what we consider to be National Treasures – Australian Brumbies.
We invite you to visit our website to learn more about Brumbies, the ABA and its member groups.
ABOUT WILD HORSESOn these pages you will discover many things about Australian Brumbies, New Zealand Kiamanawa Horses and other wild horses around the world
ABA NEWSLETTERABA produces a quarterly newsletter, Brumby Bridges which highlights the activities of ABA, its member groups and wild horse issues in Australia and abroad.
HUMANE MANAGEMENTThe ABA advocates for humane management of wild horses and is involved with projects that aim to either progress best practice or expose and eliminate cruelty. Where possible, we endeavor to work with governments and organisations such as the RSPCA and Animals Australia to achieve acceptable outcomes
HITCHING POSTBrowse or query all ABA posts on topics from news and events to wild horse research and wild horses around the world
AUSTRALIAN BRUMBY CHALLENGEThe finals of the Australian Brumby Challenge will be held at Equitana in Melbourne from the 17th to the 20th of November 2016.
HOW YOU CAN HELPIf you would like to help protect Australian Brumbies there are many ways you can get involved
ABA is a member of the Wild Equus Network (WEN) and is a Registered Charity