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Selling one of the mules

Discussion in 'Everything Else Horses, Mules & Donkeys' started by Kit_ranch, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. Oct 1, 2019
    Kit_ranch

    Kit_ranch Just born

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    7AE598E2-3C74-4084-8467-6118AE9149E5.jpeg 1BD6B8A7-54DF-4AEF-95D6-87C3D9E042A7.jpeg C7AF402B-4C64-4744-BF67-AF0BA8F6B90E.jpeg Handsome Mr Jack tapes at 16 hands and is about 8 years. He rides and doesn’t seem bothered by gunfire. I was told he was used for logging in his earlier days. He lowers his head for the bit, picks up all four feet and stands for saddling, mounting and farrier. He is very sweet and affectionate and really enjoys his owners attention and is an excellent guard dog. He’s been taught to do it all, and that’s it. He needs someone who’s gonna take the time to polish him.
    We’re selling him because my wife’s job just doubled her hours so she doesn’t have the time, and with three little kids we decided we would do better with a pony.
    Wife has more pics and video, should or will be on Facebook at
    https://www.facebook.com/KitRanch/
     
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  2. Oct 1, 2019
    Mini Horses

    Mini Horses Herd Master

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    Where are you located? You know they use mules at the Grand Canyon. :D They are generally a very good mount. Jack sounds like he's a nice one. I hope he finds a great new owner -- they would both be happy on rides. If he was used to log, he would probably be good to cart train. I have seen some beautiful mule teams!