Our Waler mares

Naryilco Laila

Laila is a lovely medium type Waler mare,  palomino in colour and 14.1hh. She is a foundation Waler from Naryilco station. She has a beautiful nature. Her very attentive personality makes her the darling of this Waler horse stud! She is a very lovely horse, with perfect manners and a touch of class about her. She is an absolute delight to ride, with the most willing nature. She actually does her best work at shows, where rather than being distracted, she becomes very focused on her rider at the exclusion of everything else.

She is confirmed in foal to Bee and we look forward to their resulting foal in 2017.

Her Queensland show results are below:

  • Warwick Show 2016 where she took out two champions and 5 blue ribbons!:
    - Best Presented Palomino
    - Best Palomino Mare
    - Champion Palomino
    - Best Any Other Registered Breed mare
    - Champion Any Other Registered Breed
    - Best Ridden Palomino
    - Best Ridden Any Other Registered Breed.
  • Marburg Show 2013 – 1st Mare over 4 years, Reserve Champion Mare/Filly.
  • Kalbar Show 2013 – 2nd Best Presented Waler, 1st mare, Champion Waler.
  • Brisbane Royal Show 2015 – Runner Up Best Waler mare
Naryilco Laila, Waler mare at Warwick Show 2016

Naryilco Laila posing for the photographer after her Champion Palomino win at Warwick Show 2016. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services

Naryilco Laila, Waler mare

Naryilco Laila, Waler mare, trotting it up in August 2015 after being released into the paddock after the Brisbane Royal 2015

Naryilco Laila, Waler mare, competing in the ridden classes at Warwick Show 2016

Naryilco Laila, Waler mare, competing in the ridden classes at Warwick Show 2016. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Naryilco Laila - Waler mare

Naryilco Laila at Warwick Show 2016. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Lalia - Waler mare

The lovely Laila, at Brisbane Royal Show 2015, competing in a heavily contested Best Waler mare class. Photo taken by Allira Batstone Photography.

Lalia - Waler mare

The lovely Laila, at Brisbane Royal Show 2015, being led in by Heath Rowbottom at Brisbane Royal Show 2015. Photo taken by Allira Batstone Photography.

 

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade was rescued by Pinnacle Peak Stud and my mother Fiona Bieber jointly from the Echuca Sales in September 2015. She had had little handling or care prior to this. She has been steadily handled and was broken in November 2015 by Paul Austin Equitation. She is an outstanding Waler with a very nice front.

She is a 15.2hh dapple grey mare. She is by Wadi Farm Kokoda out of Redgum Saqqara. She’s a mix of foundation Kimberley, Earaheedy, Garden, Cordillo, Jinka and Clayton lines.

Her show results in her first year of showing in 2016 were remarkable:

  • Allora Show – Champion Any Other Registered Breed
  • Ipswich Show – Supreme Waler
  • Laidley Show – Reserve Champion Waler
  • Gatton Show – Reserve Champion Waler/li>

She went to the Brisbane Royal and produced a standout ridden performance with Emily Wonka aboard that was described by the judge as the most polished and best workout. She will continue in 2017 in open show classes and dressage as she was described on two occasions in the breed’s ring as an quality open show hunter horse.

She is now confirmed in foal to Bee and we very much look forward to the resulting foal in 2017.

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade in foal to Bee

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade, our Waler mare, eight months in foal to Bee, taken May 2017

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade, being led in at the Brisbane Royal 2016. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imi winning Supreme Waler at Ipswich Show 2016. Photo taken by Allira Batstone Photography.

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imi, standing up in January 2016, prior to commencing her showing career

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imi, under saddle at her first show at Rosewood. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade in the Champion Mare of the Show lineup at Gatton Show. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade - Waler mare

Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade, doing her beautiful flawless workout at Brisbane Royal 2016 with Emily Wonka aboard. Photo taken by Cavallo Photographic Services.

Eagle Rock Terra Australis

Libby is by Warratah Aurora Australis out of Warratah Gypsy. She came to our stud on her dam at a month old unhandled, and from the moment she arrived has shown a most beautiful, obliging, friendly and quiet nature, on top of her lovely conformation.

She is our youngest Supreme winner, going to Ipswich Show as her first show at 7 months old and winning Supreme Waler. We continued to lightly show her in 2017, next starting at Laidley and again winning Champion Waler under a very well respected stockhorse breeder judge. She then attended the Queensland Royal Show, taking it all in her stride in her usual quiet way, but unfortunately little Libby got an allergic reaction to the sawdust and she was unplaced but the judge was very complimentary of her lovely nature and “she’s one to watch for the future”.

Waler mare Libby

Libby at ten months and Champion Waler at Laidley Show 2017

Waler mare Libby

Eagle Rock Terra Australis wearing an over large garland at Ipswich Show 2017.

Waler mare Libby

Eagle Rock Terra Australis pictured at two months old, at home.

Snowy Penshurst

Snowy Penshurst, dual registerable Waler mare, is by Snowy Ryrie out of Talara Alpha Limerick, and she is of Lyndavale x Jinka x Cordillo x Newhaven lines. At five years old, she is an experienced eventer, show jumper and in the show ring and she’s now at Pinnacle Peak Stud. Pixie will be used for showing and competition and eventually breeding.

Snowy Penshurst, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Snowy Penshurst, dual registerable heritage Waler mare, photo taken in January 2018

Snowy Penshurst, competing cross country with her previous owner Geneva Guy and kindy reproduced with her permission

Snowy Penshurst, competing cross country with her previous owner Geneva Guy and kindy reproduced with her permission

Warratah Shiloh

Warratah Shiloh is a lovely black mare by Providence Bismark out of Baralbee Shandie, and is of Cordillo Jinka lines. This delightful dual registerable heritage Waler mare is in foal to Bee and is due to foal later 2017-2018 foaling season.

Warratah Shiloh, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Warratah Shiloh, dual registerable heritage Waler mare, photo taken in May 2017

Baralbee Jandamarra

Baralbee Jandamarra is a lovely chestnut silver mare by Baralbee Australis out of Jiltre Chloe. This delightful dual registerable heritage Waler mare is in foal to the grey stallion pictured after her below, NP Fonzarelli of Forever Walers, to produce a Garden/Cordillo/Jinka lines foal and is due to foal in January 2018.

Baralbee Jandamarra, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Baralbee Jandamarra, dual registerable heritage Waler mare taken December 2016

Baralbee Jandamarra, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Baralbee Jandamarra, photo taken April 2017

NP Fonzarelli, dual registerable heritage Waler stallion

NP Fonzarelli, dual registerable heritage Waler stallion of Jinka Garden lines. He stands at Forever Walers in Merimbula, NSW. Photo taken by Michaela Gersbach.

Providence Amazing Grace

Providence Amazing Grace is a jet black mare by Providence Bismark out of Providence Bishari. This delightful Cordillo Jinka lines dual registerable heritage Waler mare is in foal to Bee due later in 2017-2018 foaling season.

Providence Amazing Grace, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Providence Amazing Grace, dual registerable heritage Waler mare taken in February 2017

Providence Amazing Grace, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Providence Amazing Grace, photo taken in April 2017

Warratah Gypsy

Warratah Gypsy is a brown mare by Providence Bismark out of Baralbee Genesis. She’s a very gentle, soulful Cordillo Jinka lines dual registerable heritage Waler mare, and she’s in foal to Bee due later in 2017. She’s the dam of the lovely filly Eagle Rock Terra Australis, who won in 2017 two supreme Waler titles by the age of 9 months.

Warratah Gypsy, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Warratah Gypsy, dual registerable heritage Waler mare taken in December 2016

Wootton Park Kiri

Wootton Park Kiri is a delightful flaxen chestnut mare by Chauvel’s Charger out of Wootton Park Jaffa Star. She’s has an outstanding nature, and is just a little bit special being a Jinka lines dual registerable heritage Waler mare. She was much loved by her previous owner and we can see why! We are not quite sure whether to put little miss Jinka (also nicknamed ‘Dragon’ due to her ridiculously beautiful nature) in foal or not, and whether to use either Bee or Warratah Star, or show her in 2018.

Her grey sire, pictured below her, is one of the most beautiful foundation stallions from yesteryear, and she’s the only descendant known in either Waler society today.

Wootton Park Kiri, dual registerable heritage Waler mare

Wootton Park Kiri after arriving from NSW in September 2017

Chauvel's Charger, foundation Jinka stallion

A very old photo, kept by Baralbee Walers and used with their kind permission, of stallion Chauvel’s Charger, one of the original foundation Jinka Walers

 

Naryilco Lucy

Lucy is a striking brown heavier type mare, measured 15hh by WHSA. She has the most calm, laidback nature. Her movement is absolutely beautiful and eye catching. She is a very kind mare, and her first foal, Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose, is a spitting image of her, with the bonus of silver inherited from her sire!

She was bred to Bee again and produced another beautiful brown silver foal in September 2017 named Pinnacle Sweet Silver Belle.

Lucy - Waler mare

The beautiful Lucy trotting in her paddock.

Clayton Tarari Kaydee

Clayton Tarari Kaydee is a lovely old lines typey Clayton mare. She was ridden very successfully both at home and in competition by her previous owner before being retired to stud after a paddock injury ended her career. Kaydee has a very solid work ethic and a can-do responsive attitude, and absolutely no resistance in her at all. She’s in foal to Bee and due later in 2017.

Clayton Tarari Kayde, Waler mare

Clayton Tarari Kaydee, photo taken in February 2017

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