Warhorses of Letters

A gay, equine, military, epistolary romance for the ages

run, joseph sadler, run

People are always asking us: ‘Who is the Official Texas High School Football Team of Warhorses of Letters?’ There will be some people who think we don’t even have an Official Texas High School Football Team, because we are English authors who write comedy series about gay horses, but those people don’t realise that one of us is obsessed with American Football in general and with Friday Night Lights in particular, and the other one of us is obsessed with Friday Night Lights in particular.

Anyway, the Official Texas High School Football Team of Warhorses of Letters is, obviously, the Devine Warhorses, which is a bit how Copenhagen and Marengo think of themselves. And last Friday the Warhorses kicked the asses (a horse joke) of the San Antonio Sam Houston Hurricanes in the first round of the play-offs. We love the Warhorses, and we are big Joseph Sadler fans.

Sadler is the Warhorses’ star running back. He is putting up cartoonish numbers (he rushed for 466 yards IN ONE GAME against Hondo). He is on the verge of a single season points-scroing record and is up there on yards and TDs too. Go Joe. Or Goseph Joseph, if you don’t like your name being shortened.

We don’t know, but we assume that Warhorses of Letters is the Official British Radio Comedy of the Devine Warhorses.


One response to “run, joseph sadler, run

  1. Kay Morgan (aka The Frustrated Anglophile) November 15, 2011 at 10:58 pm

    Hello. I suppose I’m not the first sad, beffudled, can’t-remember-to-check-radio-schedules-to-save-her-life person to ask this but: is there any (legal) way to get hold of the Warhorse of Letters? Amazon UK is still accepting my CC so I keep my fingers crossed. Thanks.

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