The monthly round-up of UK mule news has been good fun, but I will now be moving to a quarterly collection. Maybe it’s just because it’s winter and people are feeling uninspired, but I think I could probably bring you more stories (and be less annoying in my quest for them!) if I left more time between updates. It has been good experiment, nonetheless.
Anyway, enjoy this edition of mule news!
I’ve had a couple of text-only submissions, too:
Penny says, “Treacle is convinced people are out to get her after her return from horsepital. She is fine in her everyday routine but a stranger appears and she does not want to be in the vicinity.”
Tracey says, “Our two have winter off to chill. So once spring comes it’ll be back to it …we’re backing the rising 5-year-old, just slowly. The other is only 3-years-old and 9hh!”
Denise also has youngsters who are enjoying their downtime: “My two are babies, 2-year-old Ruby and Flash Jack (Jack Spratt) who is 7 months.”
Helen is in a similar position: “My two are rising three and have spent January eating hay and growing!”
Sari was raised by cats which accounts for her solitary nature, occasional mania, and attraction to shiny objects. After riding and being around horses for 22 years, she discovered that she was, in fact, a mule girl and fell hopelessly in love with these extraordinary creatures. She lives in England and is married to Ben, who is potentially the best Ben who ever Benned.