Before the Anzac Mounted Division was formed all the brigades served during the Gallipoli Campaign. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Light Horse Brigades served dismounted in the New Zealand and Australian Division from 12 May to 18–21 December 1915. The 1st Light Horse saw action at the Chessboard on 7 August while the 3rd Light Horse Brigade fought at the Nek during the August Offensive. The 2nd Light Horse fought near Quinn's Post.
The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade also served at Gallipoli before returning to Egypt where the Anzac Mounted Division was formed on 27 March 1916.
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