It’s taken a while, but I am back with volume 4 of British Mules In The News – this time looking exclusively at 1811. There were plenty of mules being
Yep … I’m still blogging about the 12 week challenge! We’re a third of the way through now, so if my rambles about training aren’t your thing then I recommend
This week I’ve decided to go for a more day-by-day approach when it comes to writing up our endeavours. It has been a VERY good week for these good boys!
We introduced Joey to the herd today. He’s been sharing a fenceline with them for the past week, and as today was actually dry (a true miracle) and Ben and
After Iris died, Ben decided he would get another horse but he would take his time about it. He wanted a youngster, something unbacked or recently backed – a clean
I live in a very mild country. Our wildlife is fairly tame, we don’t get big natural disasters (well, apart from flooding), we’re a generally mild-mannered populace, and our weather
Alright – so, ages ago, I asked Mulography followers on Facebook to send in any questions they had. I am sorry that it took so long to respond, life got
A while ago, someone posted a list of never-do’s on a mule group I follow on Facebook. It was a very funny list, but also completely true in every respect.