Celebrated Draught Horse
The Sydney Herald
26 August 1841
This celebrated Draught Horse will stand this season, at the Station of Mr. John Tooth, Tarrabandra, on the River Tumut.
Sussex is a bright bay with black points, was got by Old Cleveland out of a first rate Clydesdale Mare, and stands unrivalled for draught and symmetry, and will prove as well an excellent cross with half bred Mares.
Terms - Three pounds ten shillings, and three shillings groomage.
All payments to be made on or before the 1st of January, 1842.