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ANZAC Day, Glass House Mountains

The 2014 Glass House Mountains ANZAC Day march started out with a horse taking exception to the beating drums.

The horse rider, holding an Australian flag, held on tightly as the horse made its own way down the main road brushing up against fencing and pushing onlookers to abruptly move.

Meanwhile, the march went on with a bagpiper leading the way. Behind the bagpiper, children, men and women all marched in remembrance of the sacrifices given to ensure Australia remains a free and democratic country.

Once the music stopped, the horse returned to being as cool as a cucumber.

Glass House Mountains ANZAC Day

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