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Books by Alyssa Brugman

Between 2010 and 2014 I wrote 5 books for horsey kids published by Penguin Random House Australia. You can read more about that here.

Hide and Seek
Hot Potato
Greener Pastures
For Sale or Swap
Beginner's Luck

Brumby Gallery

Below are two galleries from Central Australia and Outback Queensland, which was an opportunity to observe many aspects of horse health, bio dynamics, hoof health, herd dynamics and more in feral populations, learning from academics who have studied wild horses. While staying up to date with academic papers on horse health in domestic horses has always been an important part of our business, being able to compare that with what occurs without human intervention provides an invaluable broader perspective.  

In Outback Queensland we mustered a herd of feral horses and started them under saddle, making them a useful resource for the property owner as an alternative to culling. 

In Central Australia we took freshly started brumbies into remote terrain (not accessible to vehicles) to observe the herd and band dynamics during breeding season, and look at the some of the control groups of previous studies comparing domestic and feral populations. 

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