This gorgeous stately equestrian complex is one of our most impressive EquinaBuild projects yet. The complex is designed in traditional style, finished off with stone pillars and timber stained doors enhancing the overall look.
The indoor arena is the full dressage size of 61 x 21 meters. It is curtained with timber kickrail, giving a designer feel to the arena.
The attached stables are linked by a continuation of timber cladding over the steel giving the building a boutique air.
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Tax Deductions For Fodder Storage Assets
Due to the current drought which is starving crops and profits from Australia’s farmers the government is offering a new tax deduction to assist farmers through this time of hardship.
This new legislation allows immediate deductions for the cost of fodder storage assets so as to encourage farmers to store fodder.
Fodder storage assets refer to silos and hay sheds etc. For the full definition of fodder storage assets according to the law click this link:
The legislation is not officially passed yet however it is not far away, accelerated so as to help farmers through this crises time. This article outlines the changes in fuller detail: https://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/news/national/tax-breaks-concessional-loans-focus-for-federal-governments-second-round-of-drought-aid/news-story/28ec1d8fbd43c95129540d70998cccb4
23 Horses With The The Most Unusual Coats
The horse is an elegant and majestic creature, however the the most amazing thing about the horse is the diversity in each different animal. No horse is the same, all have their own unique trait whether it be in their looks, personality or talents. Here is a collection of the most unusual coat colours in 23 different horses.
Cremello Akhal- Teke
This magnificent breed of horse is so amazingly unique it is the national emblem of the Turkmenistan region of where it originiates. They are nicknamed ‘golden horses’ and I am sure you can see why.
Gray is an unnatural colour in horses due to artificially selected breeding. White grey horses are born with black skin whilst true white horses are born with pink skin.
Black and White Pinto
A pinto’s coat refers to one that features any combination of white and another colour. The contrast of this horse’s gorgeous coat is so eye-catching it is difficult to look away.
This horse is born with the ‘creamy gene’ which makes his coat look so creamy. When a horse has this gene pure, it results in a stunning white colour.
Buckskin is a coat that is found across many breeds of horses. All of the hair on the base of the coat is diluted with a red colouring, however the mane, tail and legs are unaffected.
This pinto is a mix of pinto and buckskin, having the white colour mixed with the deep red colouring or buckskin.
Silver Dapple Pinto
The colouration and pattern of this horse is beautiful, as if the horse is covered in snow flakes. His white mane and tail accentuate the affect exquisitely.
Rabicano is described also as ‘white ticking’. This is a coat colour prominent in the tail and side flanks of this horse.
Sabino refers to groups of white spotted patterns on the hair and the skin of a horse. The irregular pattern on this horse’s body and face showcases the sabino gene beautifully.
The silver buckskin is a similar version of the silver dapple gene. The extreme contrast shown in this horse’s colouring is mesmerizing.
The champagne gene of a horse refers to the gene that changes the dark colour or a horse’s skin and makes it looks lighter. This horse showcases this as her black coat appears a soft brown.
A golden champagne is subtle but beautiful. The horse has chestnut coloured skin that usually appears gold in horses such as this one who have the champagne gene.
Brindle colour is not usually associated with horses. On the rare occasion that a horse does inherit this gene the horse will inherit tiger striping due to the vertical markings on the skin.
Usually horses with flaxen colouring are pale yellow, however this horse is a deep chocolate brown that works beautifully with the contrasting tones in his mane and tail.
The Appaloosa breed are known for their spotted coat however this horse has a very interesting pattern which almost looks like a leopard’s.
The roan gene allows horses to have dark underlying coats that appear to have a bluish hue to them. As you can see on this horse the head and legs are not usually affected by the roan colouration.
This horse looks like a bandit in reverse with his white mask across the eyes. This colouring is very unique and rare.
Friesian and Appaloosa Cross
This foal is gorgeously elegant with his interesting coat as a result of the friesian and appaloosa cross and his long legs accentuating his gracefulness.
This horse has a beautifully contrasted coat, however what is incredible about him is that the word ‘horse’ is spelled across his side.