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The Brumby Project shows wild horses' big potential

On a bush property in south-east Queensland, dozens of brumbies have gathered, but these are no longer wild horses.

These brumbies have been tamed and trained, some as recently as two months ago.

Now they have returned to the place where they first learned to trust humans, to take part in a horse show just for brumbies.

"We wanted to really showcase not only our local Toolara brumbies, but brumbies from all over [Australia], to show how versatile and amazing they are," show organiser and founder of The Brumby Project, Anna Uhrig, says.

"Whatever you put them to, they'll nail it."

Please click here to read the rest of the article as it appears on the ABC Rural News website.

Article written by: Tessa Mapstone

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