New Zealand is without a national memorial to all the horses (or other animals) sent to war from New Zealand.
In Australia, there are several memorials, one specifically to their warhorses in Canberra (shown), and of course the Anzac Memorial to the Mounted regiments is modelled on Bess (Zelma).
One group wanting to create a memorial in Hamilton can be found on Facebook >> https://www.facebook.com/NZWARHORSE
In New Zealand we only have memorials to individual horses, such as the cairn erected to Bess (who was buried where she died ), or to the horses and men from a specific region such as the Birch Hill memorial.
A plaque on the Birch Hill Station war memorial.
‘In memory of the horses of the 8th Regiment N.Z.M.R that died in the Great War 1914-1918.’
The National memorials in Canberra include this official war horse memorial
On ANZAC Parade in Canberra stands the second copy of the "ANZAC Memorial" which features "Bess".
London, hosts the Memorial to Animals of War prominently