Horseman Poet’s Racing Colours in Dispute

From a Newspaper Article in 1971 (displayed in the Mudgee Museum) What were the original colours worn by Adam Lindsay Gordon when he rode in the first steeple chase held by the Adelaide Hunt Club more than 100 years ago? The Equestrian Federation Olympic Fund believe that they have the original red and white checked … Continue reading Horseman Poet’s Racing Colours in Dispute

Poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon’s Racing Colours

Blue Lake, Mount Gambier (Photo credit, David Blackmore) In July 1864, the poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon performed the daring riding feat known as Gordon's Leap on the edge of the Blue Lake. A commemorative obelisk erected there has an inscription which reads: "This obelisk was erected as a memorial to the famous Australian poet. From … Continue reading Poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon’s Racing Colours