NOW WE’RE SADDLED WITH HER HORSE!
Benefits mum keeps Dobbin in £200-a-month stables
A JOBLESS mother-of-11 who’s having a six-bedroom house built for her is raking in enough benefits to keep her own HORSE.
Heather Frost, 37, splashed out on a grey mare called Annie ( left) last year and pays paddock fees, food and vets bills every month – thanks to the taxpayer.
Stable hands reckon the pet – kept for her 16-year-old daughter Angel – costs around £200 a month to look after.
Frost refused to discuss the horse – but Angel took to a local newspaper website to defend her mother from a wave of national outrage.
She wrote: “My mum has nothing to be ashamed about.
“The house we are mooving (sic) to in northway is smaller then the one we live in now , so it’s far from a mansion.”
Her mother said: “I refuse to comment, I’ll not talk about my horse or my kids.”
Frost currently lives in two properties knocked together to house herself and children Sophie, 22, Toby, 19, Daisy, 18, Angel, 16, Jay, 14, Chloe, 13, Paige, 12, Emily, ten, Beth, nine, Ruby, seven and Tilly, two.
But her local council has arranged for a 1,850 sq ft pad to be built on a new housing development in Tewkesbury, Glos, which is due to be completed in June.
Frost has enough spare cash to keep Annie at a paddock a mile from her current home in Churchdown, Glos. A worker at the paddock claimed Frost recently negotiated to buy TWO more horses but the deal fell through at the last minute.
She currently pays £65-amonth paddock fees but had discussed a deal to stable three horses for £175.
DOLEFUL: Frost won’t
discuss horse, kids or new home