Posted: Thu 19th May 2011

Updated: Thu 19th May

The ‘Man With Horse’ in Station Pub B&Q etc Story

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Here at Wrexham.com we are pretty confident we broke the ‘man with horse’ story via our twitter account to the wider world. It would be remiss not to have a picture of this on Wrexham.com, but also some of the better jokes we have found. Here is the horse in Wetherspoons in town, looking for a quick pint of course!

A tale of woaaah

From here he was seen trying to get into Last Orders, The Royal Oak, the hospital and of course now famously the station! He must have been on a proper trek as he was also spotted going past B&Q, and the day before the horse was tied to a lamppost in New Broughton.

Jokes:
A white horse walks into a pub and asks for a whisky.
The landlord says: “Hey, we’ve got a whisky named after you.”
The horse replies: “What, Eric?”

I was by the bar when the horse walked in, the bloke serving looked and him and said “Why the long Face?”



*tumbleweed*

So what is the moral of the story? Pubs in town dont accept horses, the reason Wrexham & Shropshire went bust was they didnt offer tickets to animals, oh and follow our twitter account to find out the stories that will be going world wide before anyone else!

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