Monthly Archives: April 2016

Mule Tales: Marty

I don’t have a Mule Tale ready for you this week, but as it was Marty’s second Gotcha Day on the 13th and I failed to write our usual Sunday night article due to an attack of the glooms … … Continue reading

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Mule Tales: Polo

We’re back in the UK this week (with a brief visit to Spain) to meet the truly exceptional Polo. I had the very great pleasure of being able to show Polo in-hand at last year’s Mule Camp, thanks to the … Continue reading

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Longears on lock down

Marty’s haltering issue continues to be a perplexing one. Since his explosion on Saturday, he has been catchable; I hesitate to say that he’s “fine” to catch, because he checks out while I’m doing it. The shutters come down and … Continue reading

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Mule Tales: Buckshot

In keeping with last week’s theme, we are staying in America and meeting Joan and her amazing mule, Buckshot. I saw a photo of them on a Facebook group and just had to ask for an interview – I am … Continue reading

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Marty and the osteopath.

Marty had a visit from Gavin Scofield, a cranial osteopath, on Tuesday morning. I’d seen Gavin work before on a friend’s horse, and thought that he would be ideal for my twitchy mule as his manner of working is very low energy. … Continue reading

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