Stock Horse is also known as the Waler. It is nearly
extinct, but being revived in Australia. It is best
known for its stamina and hardiness. It was orginally
bred as a working horse, but becoming better known for
their abilities in the sporting areana. They are quite
versatile, fast and have great endurance. They are also
very loyal to their masters and have a friendly disposition.
The Australian Stock Horse or Waler, is a mix of different
breeds and can appear in all possible coat colors. The
head is alert with a broad forehead. It has a long neck,
sloping shoulders with a well-defined wither, a deep
but not broad chest, and a stong back. Its legs are
well developed and muscular, as are the quarters.