Monthly Archives: May 2015

An amalgamation of mule happenings

I keep putting off updates because I feel like I don’t have much to write about; this is in part due to the fact that I am not being very proactive at the moment when it comes to mule training. … Continue reading

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Dentist Day!

I just want to preface this by saying how thankful I am that I live in an area with access to such fantastic equine professionals. Our EP, Emma Burston, is second to none; Stacey Bevan has introduced me to a whole … Continue reading

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A silly day with the herd

Marty was practicing being a grown-up mule today. They were all due to have their hooves trimmed this afternoon, and to make it easier for me and quicker for our trimmer, I decided to bring Cash and Marty in at … Continue reading

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A therapeutic afternoon with the herd

Marty had a visit from Stacey Bevan this afternoon. I actually contacted her on the same day that we had the bolting incident, as soon as we were back at the yard and he was safely returned to his paddock, but … Continue reading

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Here are a couple of mool-vies…

It’s been a week since Marty and I went skijoring in the Punchbowl and, apart from that short foray into the village, we haven’t been back out. This is mostly due to wimpishness on my part, but to be fair … Continue reading

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