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My partner and I are going through the visa application process at the moment. We breed horses here in the UK and we wanted to ask if there are any horse owners / breeders out in Australia and where you are?

 

When we move out we would like to live in an area that has enough fields / grass to keep horses but we have no idea where to start..! Any advice is welcome. Thanks

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left web page on you profile page, all the best,


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sharon.

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Just want to say hi, like you we would like a property with land for the same reason, we have looked at www.realestate.australia click where you were thinking of living and then click on farm land or rural, loads of properties listed on there and other real estate sites, hope this helps Dawn


Oz is Beautiful, but the uk is home :wubclub:

Returned to Bournemouth 20th August 2010

 

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Hi have a look around the Beaudesert area about an hour south of brisbane city,its known as the horsey capital and there are lots of breeders and racing yards around here. A good horsey site with animals and property is www.horsedeals.com ,good luck with everything.

Cal x


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Hi there,

 

we are travelling oz started in perth now in Melbourne. I personally wouldnt say perth for horses as its so dry no grass ! very hot in summer and their hay is kind of like straw bedding ! same in adelaide too. so far our limited experience is Vic. there are lots of horsey areas . mornington is lovely there is a horseland store for all your needs (kind of like robinsons at home) . the grass is green here as apposed to brown and it does rain a lot compared to ade and perth.

I have also been told berwick is a horsey place lots o stud farms . www.vichorse.com is useful for the area. www.cavelleti.com.au is good help for WA.

 

I dont own a horse here but had horses for 20 years back home.

the leather is crap so bring any tack u like!!

I know there is a whole stud farm moved from uk to sydney area google fell ponies sydney they brought over gypsy cobs and fells. you could message them ,

if u like Pm me more details and ill help u as best i can from this end.

hope that helps. excuse spelling having a thick day.....

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