Photographs supplied by Stephen Warren

The sculpture "Neddy" commemorates the draught horses which pulled the stump jump plough and other implements that helped open up the Mallee country for agriculture.



Address:North Terrace, Gundersen Reserve, Ardrossan, 5571
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.421672
Long: 137.917961
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Sculpture
Monument Theme:Culture
Artist:Ty Manning


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 21st August, 2015
Front Inscription

National Trust of SA, Ardrossan Branch

This sculpture commemorates the draught horses that pulled the
stump jump plough and other implements that helped open up the
Mallee lands of Australia for farming.

Yorke Peninsula Council   Rob Hogarth   Coast Road Motors    
Ardrossan Progress Assoc.  Rosemary Hogarth   JCR Hollitt Carpentry   
Ardrossan National Trust Museum    Ardrossan Independent Hardware  Hank & Jim Hill ​ Ardrossan Social & Bingo Club    Tiddy Widdy Progress Assoc.  Robbie Minks  ​ Ardrossan Foodland   Highview Caravan Park   Meg & Vic Brown  ​Ardrossan Earthmoving    Emoyeni Wines   Teakle Electrical    Lyn Oster Hair Design   Edith Henderson  Ardrossan CWA 
 Ardrossan Garden Club   Derek & Joy Birkin    Family of John Wheare   
Ardrossan Hotel / Motel     Ardrossan Post Office   Rob & Glenyse Nichols    Watch SA ​Ardrossan Branch   Ardrossan Auto   Barbara Frances     
Avian & Frede Pink  Scott Bockman   Rodney Dutschke   Deane Linke     YP Carpets    Deb Alford    Kath Mason   

Thank you to all others who contributed in any way
Sculptor -Ty Manning of Manning Sculptures - www.manningsculptures.com.au 
Commissioned by the Ardrossan Museum & unveiled on the 21st August by Rowan Ramsey MP 2015             

Source: MA
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au