Betty helps revive machinery of the past

By Lynette Carew-Reid
Updated March 3 2021 - 5:18pm, first published February 24 2021 - 8:00am
Bakers Hill couple Bec Evans and Dave McKay and their children Rhys and Ivy will be a major highlight at Woolorama with their Australian Draught Horse mare Marlie Betty demonstrating horse-powered farm machinery.
Bakers Hill couple Bec Evans and Dave McKay and their children Rhys and Ivy will be a major highlight at Woolorama with their Australian Draught Horse mare Marlie Betty demonstrating horse-powered farm machinery.

THERE will be few people, if anyone at all, who could say they have seen an operating horseworks, but at this year's Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama one display will give a fascinating insight to an era that pre-dates even the oldest stationary engines.

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