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Australian-Light-Horse-Association-LogoAustralian-Light-Horse-Association-LogoAustralian Light Horse
Association Ltd.

The Australian Light Horse Association is a non-profit organisation, whose
aim is to preserve the history and tradition of the Australian Light Horse
and its predecessors.

Three Australian Light Horse Association members in front of the War Memorial
in Leslie Park, Warwick,Queensland, 2007.

Australian Light Horse Association Website 

The australian Light Horse Association website is dedicated to the Australian Light Horse Regiments, the Light Horsemen who served their country in both war and peace, and contains both historical and current information on both ordinary soldiers and commanders, existing Military Units, current re-enactment troops, and Light Horse Museums.

Below are the Aims, Mission and Objectives of the Australian Light Horse Association from their website.

AIM:    To preserve the History and Tradition of the Australian Light Horse and its predecessors.

MISSION:   To sponsor Memorial and Light Horse re - enactment Troops formed by Members of the Association and to ensure they enjoy Corporate protection and Insurance Cover.

* To obtain and preserve uniforms, weapons, and equipment used by men of the Light Horse
* To research, record and preserve the History, tradition and customs of Light Horse Regiments and their predecessors.
* To collect and preserve literature written about the Light Horse.
* To support existing Light Horse Museums.
* To make available information on the Light Horse to the public.
* To support mounted Light Horse re - enactment Troops formed for the purpose of portraying the Light Horse units of the past
* To provide comradeship for its members who find the espirit de corps of the Light Horse stimulating and rewarding.

Australian Light Horse Association members at Monto 2005

The Light Horse Association was formed in 1986 by a group of Army Officers who had served in the 2nd 14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) and other interested parties who shared similar objectives to preserve the History and Tradition of the Light Horse, and to promote these objectives through the establishment of Light horse re -enactment troops and Light Horse Museums.

The Light Horse Association Ltd. is a registered Company Limited by guarantee and since commencement the Membership has grown steadily and there are currently more that 30 re - enactment Troops in Australia. Troops throughout Australia are most prominently visible on ANZAC day each year , however they perform a large number of other tasks during the year which include escorts, displays, re- enactment rides, and sporting activities.

Australian Light Horse Association Troop Members, Monto 2008

Uniforms worn are either those of the 1914 -18 or the 1930 - 40 era. Some Troops concentrate on ceremonial parades by presenting both rider and horse as historically correct for the period they represent, whereas other groups concentrate on Light Horse skills which include, tent pegging, skill at arms, and other riding events.
The "Spur " is the official magazine of the Association which is produced and distributed to Members during the year. The Magazine covers a broad range of topics including historical subjects and current information about the activities of re-enactment Troops.
Membership of the Association is available to Australian Nationals and overseas membership is also welcome . The Financial Year for Membership runs from the 1st July to the 30th of June and and there are no provision to pro rata fees. The current fees are: $55.00 AUD non riding members and overseas members (Overseas members AUD Bank Draft) $75.00 AUD riding members in Australia. Additional copies of the"Spur" $12.00 AUD (Plus postage for overseas Members).The Association provides for its Members Public Liability Insurance (Australia only) with a limit of $20,000,000. Corporate protection , and assistance in training including a Training Manual.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Australian Light Horse Association go to
14th Light Horse Mudgeeraba Troop members, Mudgeeraba Military Tatoo, 2007

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I picked up the print today from our nosy small town postal worker. "What did you get from Australia?" she asked. When I remarked that it was a print of the Australian Light Horse in WWI all that generated was a very puzzled look.
In any event the print is absolutely gorgeous . . . better "in person" than on the website! Thanks so much for sending it out so fast. Now I've got to make some wall space available . . .
michael-j-martin Mike

Michael J Martin & Virginia, Wisconsin

Dear Mr. Marshall,

Your print on canvas "The Charge" was given to me at my retirement dinner by my officers of the Special Operations Component, Coral Springs Police Department in Coral Springs, Florida. Trully stunning rendition which captures the excitement of the moment while conveying a warmth of comeradeship to the end. It will hang in my study above my collection of King and Country Lighthorsemen collectibles.

I served 35 years with Coral Springs Police Department with the last four years as Captain of the S.O.C. which is 26 officers strong with various units (Tactical & Gang, K-9, Bikes and Substations).

Your painting made my day, thank you, F McK.