A strapping young stockman lay dying, His saddle supporting his head, His two mates around him were crying, As he rose on his pillow and said: 'Wrap me up with my stockwhip
and blanket, And bury me deep down below, Where the dingoes and crows can't molest me, In the shade where the coolibahs grow' (Paterson 66-7).
But the man from Snowy River let the pony have his head, And he swung his stockwhip
round and gave a cheer, And he raced him down the mountain like a torrent down its bed, While the others stood and watched in very fear.
In Figure 21, a young man in well-fitting stockman's gear stands in a relaxed pose, ankles crossed, hands on belt, and stockwhip
In order of frequency the types were: boomerangs, shields, spear throwers, clubs, containers (coolamons, plates, boxes), walking sticks, stockwhip handles, bullroarers and other miscellaneous objects (including table tops).
Nineteenth century pieces are usually incised, with the earliest recorded consisting of clubs and stockwhip handles.
Fairbanks described the former silent screen actor (yes, Baker was that, too) who taught him to use the stockwhip
for The Mark of Zorro the greatest allround athlete in the world.
One of his last winners as a rider was his first as a trainer, Stockwhip
over hurdles at Rothbury in April 1953, but he did not take out a public licence to train until 1960.
Possibly the use of the tomahawk may be discouraged in her case, but her claim to stockwhip
and bridle is no less definite than that of the boy.
Well, then you must crack a stockwhip
without cutting your eyes out--ride full tilt through the brigalow scrub--to head a mob of cattle going down a mountain as if the devil kicked 'em endways--to shoe horses--cut hair--bake a damper--sleep in your clothes--wash 'em--build a hut--draw teeth--
The Aboriginal team members successfully competed in running, jumping, hurdling, running backwards and other novelty contests, in addition to demonstrating Aboriginal implements and even stockwhips
9) Certainly, the iconography of The Tracker hollers western: uninhabited landscapes, saddled horses, guns, wide-brimmed hats, stockwhips