March 2017 ABA Newsletter OUT NOW !

The March 2017 edition of Brumby Bridges is now available for viewing or download: Brumby Bridges Mar 2017  or visit our Newsletter Page In this issue: President’s Chat ABA Lobby Approach Expanded Parks Victoria – Recent Wild Horse Stakeholder Meetings Member News from STB, HVBA and Kaimanawa Heritage Horses The Tale of a Thyroid Tumour     Continue reading

Barmah Brumby Awareness Ride 16th August 2014

Hoofs2010 Inc. and the Barmah Brumby Preservation Group Inc. are holding a Heritage Horse Awareness Day in Echuca, Victoria on August 16, 2014. During the day there will be guest speakers, entertainment, information stalls and “stalls of the horse kind”.  Entry is by gold coin donation and it will be a great family day out. A highlight will be a parade of horses, led and ridden through the town of Echuca to Rotary Park.  Enter as an individual, group or club to be in the parade! (pre-registration required). Wear a heritage costume in the parade to show how horses have… Continue reading

National MPs opposed to removal of Brumbies

John Barilara, NSW State Member for Monara and Paul Weller, Victorian State Member for Rodney have recently supported the presence of sustainable numbers of wild horses in the Kosciuszko and Barmah National Parks.  Both politicians consider the Brumby an icon which has earned its place in the heritage of Australia. Mr Weller has also tabled the petition containing more than 2600 signatures to keep the Barmah Forest Brumbies in their long time habitat. Read more in their media releases below. J Barilaro Med Rel brumbies 27-06-14[97] Leave Brumbies In Barmah Forest – Weller July2014   Continue reading

June Issue of the ABA Newsletter available now!

The June 2014 issue of Brumby Bridges is now available online to view or download: Brumby Bridges June 2014 In this issue: New Barmah Brumby Preservation Group Conservation Grazing to Arrest Desertification Member News National Parks legislation NSWNPW Kosi Field Trip Report Ramsar Convention on Wetlands – its link to Barmah New Veterinarian Brumby Working Group Continue reading