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Indee Topic


Indee Topic at 4 years of age
at the Ekka 2006
(Royal Brisbane Show) in the
Waler Stallion led class

Indee Topic Woodford Qld State
Futurity 2nd in Working Horse 

 



Our stallion INDEE TOPIC (15.1 1/2 hh) is a heritage bred Australian Stock Horse stallion. He is by Palmers Navaho out of Albemarle Chatter. Navaho is by Warrenbri Romeo out of Nabinabah Breezette. Indee Topic's bloodlines include Nabinabah the Gun, Silver Leo, Reality, Shahzada, Snip, and Gibbergunyah (who sired many remounts sent to India). His dam line goes back to Albemarle Station which bred remounts.

He has an incredible temperament and is a pleasure to ride. He has been trained by Maryanne Gough who took him to the Qld and Australian 3 year old Futurities last year, coming 2nd in the Working Class Qld 3 year old futurity. He competed successfully in the Qld Australian Light Horse games at Monto last year and was part of the Lockyer Troop which won the Dale Robertson Trophy for best presented and best drilled troop section. Indee Topic was dual registered with the WHSA but they no longer accept registered ASHS horses, so we have decided not to continue our association with them or any of the Waler groups and rather concentrate on developing the Heritage Stock Horse Waler.  (When he was WHSA registered he had much success in both led and ridden Waler Events including First in Waler Stallion and Supreme Waler Exhibit at the Royal Brisbane Show 2006).
Indee Topic campdrafting at the ASHS National Championships 2009
he made the finals in both the Maiden and Novice classes




Indee Topic at the ASHS
2006 National Futurity
(3 year old) Working class

Indee Topic at Warwick in the
National Futurity Led Class

Indee Topic in full Light Horse
Gear. (See the Troop Mounts
page for more photos)

Indee Topic working at the
feedlot at Milmerran

Indee Topic at the 2006 Royal
Brisbane Show having won
Waler Stallion.

Indee Topic at the Bingara
Novice Campdraft 2008