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post #21 of 49 Old 04-23-2013, 09:23 PM
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Actually, the horse(s) in The Man From Snowy River were Australian Stock Horses which have had there own society and registry which was established in 1971....here's the link:

Australian Stock Horse Society
Wow Muppetgirl, way to burst our bubbles....

I'm just going to go ahead and keep thinking Jim kicks a$$ running down that mountain on his brumby
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post #22 of 49 Old 04-23-2013, 09:27 PM
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Wow Muppetgirl, way to burst our bubbles....

I'm just going to go ahead and keep thinking Jim kicks a$$ running down that mountain on his brumby
Haha sorry!!! Had to let the ASB get credit though
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Haha sorry!!! Had to let the ASB get credit though
lol well ok then

Actually I'm glad you did mention it. I always wondered what they were and if they were in fact brumbies. I know they did some camera angles with that mountain jump scene to make it look steeper than it was. So was the stallion (and the new colt they brought in) ASB also? I was thinking TB
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lol well ok then

Actually I'm glad you did mention it. I always wondered what they were and if they were in fact brumbies. I know they did some camera angles with that mountain jump scene to make it look steeper than it was. So was the stallion (and the new colt they brought in) ASB also? I was thinking TB
You know, I'm not too sure about the other horses but I do know stunt horses were bought in for the steep cliff scenes, however the main horse was an ASB.
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You know, I'm not too sure about the other horses but I do know stunt horses were bought in for the steep cliff scenes, however the main horse was an ASB.
Oh my word... stunt horses? Now I've heard everything!

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The stallion and the second colt were supposed to be thoroughbreds.

I've seriously seen both of those movies more times than I can count. Lol
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You know, I'm not too sure about the other horses but I do know stunt horses were bought in for the steep cliff scenes, however the main horse was an ASB.
Stunt horses?! Cheaters!!

I could tell they used at least 2 different horses for Jim's main horse, they looked different.
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Oh my word... stunt horses? Now I've heard everything!
Yup trained horses that would willingly run chest first down a cliff. The main horse died at age 29.
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Yup trained horses that would willingly run chest first down a cliff. The main horse died at age 29.
That really irks me... it's not like a person that knows what they're dealing with/signing up for.

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