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Sue Mullins

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Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad

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Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad

www.frmsva.com [cached]

"There's a dire need for new stables," said Sue Mullins, a longtime board member of the Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad.
"It's long overdue." Emphasis on the mounted unit "ebbs and flows," Mullins said. She said new Police Chief Alfred Durham assured her group that he's a horse guy. "We breathed a sigh of relief," she said. The group has been helping support the unit since 1991. They provide horses and training and hold fundraisers, such as the annual ride through the city. They're ready to help coordinate any volunteer-assisted rally for a new barn and pasture. "When the push comes," Mullins said, "we'll be there to help." I've spoken with Richmond Police Acting Deputy Chief Steve Drew twice about the situation. He says they're fully aware of the problems and they're trying to figure out how to make a better world for their horses.


Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad

www.frmsva.com [cached]

"There's a dire need for new stables," said Sue Mullins, a longtime board member of the Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad.
"It's long overdue." Emphasis on the mounted unit "ebbs and flows," Mullins said. She said new Police Chief Alfred Durham assured her group that he's a horse guy. "We breathed a sigh of relief," she said. The group has been helping support the unit since 1991. They provide horses and training and hold fundraisers, such as the annual ride through the city. They're ready to help coordinate any volunteer-assisted rally for a new barn and pasture. "When the push comes," Mullins said, "we'll be there to help." I've spoken with Richmond Police Acting Deputy Chief Steve Drew twice about the situation. He says they're fully aware of the problems and they're trying to figure out how to make a better world for their horses.


Blessing of the Animals

www.frmsva.com [cached]

The 10-minute service was modeled after a similar blessing held in Philadelphia during the 1800s, said Sue Mullins, president of The Friends of the Richmond Mounted Squad, noting that Morgan Fountain was once used to water Richmond's horses.


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