Anzac mounted troops will tour Snowy Monaro Towns

ANZAC TAHI: On Monday riders from the Australian Light Horse and Project TAHI will lay wreaths at the Bombala ANZAC Centenary Rocks at 11.30am.

ANZAC TAHI: On Monday riders from the Australian Light Horse and Project TAHI will lay wreaths at the Bombala ANZAC Centenary Rocks at 11.30am.

Four riders from the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Charitable Trust will join troopers from the Australian Light Horse Association Bemboka Troop and Snowy Mountains' Horse Riders Association to tour Snowy Monaro towns on Monday.

The riders are part of Project TAHI (“together” in Maori) an initiative of the Snowy River RSL Sub-Branch to emphasise the New Zealand aspects of ANZAC history and tradition by involving New Zealand elements in the areas 2017 ANZAC Day Commemorations.

The TAHI contingents intend to lay wreaths at each venue and under the direction of the hosts, the public and interested groups are encouraged to take part.

On Monday, starting at 11.30am two riders will lay wreaths on the ANZAC Centenary Rocks followed by a light lunch in Bombala.