Carol Haberle did not restrict her photography to just landscapes. She photographed this beautiful bronze statue of racehorse Malua, the most versatile thoroughbred to race in Australia.
Racehorse Royalty in Tasmania
Malua won races in distances ranging from 1,100 metres to 5,200 metres. Malua first raced in Tasmania before being sold and moved to the mainland. He won the 1884 Melbourne Cup ~ Greg Hale
Carol wrote several articles about the district of Deloraine, home of the bronze Malua racehorse statue. Readers may like the following…
Deloraine Articles by Carol Haberle
Yarns Artwork in Silk: Meander Valley
Mountain Huts: The Great Western Tiers
Malua Racehorse Memorial in Bronze
We’ve also published a specific article about the Malua Racehorse Memorial with a round-up of resources and photos. We hope you enjoy that collection from the archives.
Greg Hale is curating this series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’re delighted to continue sharing her great work with her fans.
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