Australian Country


It’s a special feeling atop a horse, ask anyone who’s been there. There’s a tangible bond between rider and steed that stands alone. For some it conjures a feeling that can’t be lived without, as natural as breathing. Kate Noller first inhaled the intoxicating lure of the saddle before she started school, thanks to her mum. “Mum was always a horse person, so I guess she got me into it initially,” she says. “She always had us around horses, but I really started to ride

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