Rose is a 15.2 hand, eight-year-old, really pretty blonde light sorrel molly mule. She is real friendly and easy to catch. We have used her two seasons in our wilderness camps north of Yellowstone Park. Rose was used to work cattle on a ranch and sale yard before we bought her. Now she has been exposed to bison, wolves, coyotes, grizzly bears, elk, deer, and grouse. She has always been naturally gentle and sweet to handle. She is easy to saddle, bridle, and load in a trailer. She has been shod twice a summer and does well. Rose likes having her ears scratched and getting a treat. She has a nice handle and will cross logs, bridges, and water. She has a good wither and has been ridden with both a crupper and a britchen. She is patient and has been tied or hobbled for long periods in summer or while hunting. She stands to get on and off and rides willingly in the mountains and on the trails. Rose has also been packed a bunch, and will carry odd loads or lead well anywhere in the string. She has also led the string. She has a nice neck rein and stop. She is easy to worm and vaccinate, and is current on equvalan ivermection wormer and EWT/Flu/Rhino vaccinations. Rose is a really nice-natured mule with a good attitude and a lot of experience. For more info, Scott or Sandy Sallee, Emigrant, Montana email@example.com or (406) 222-7455.
We bought Rhubarb as a four-year-old, and she is just over six years old now. She is a nicely broke sorrel molly mule out of a gaited mare and sorrel jack. Though she does not gait, she travels smooth and can cover country. She has a nice wither and stands 14.3 hands. Rhubarb has had two full summer and fall seasons working for a living in our wilderness camps north of Yellowstone Park. She has been both ridden and packed extensively. She has led the string and been ridden off by herself. She has packed anywhere in the string, and will keep up and not hit trees even as the last whip mule on a very long string. She has crossed lots of deadfall, wooden bridges, and creeks. Rhubarb is sure-footed. She stands to get on and off. She has a good wither to hold the saddle. She has a one-hand neck rein and will tuck her head to back up. She is willing to go and soft in her sides. She is hobble-broke. Rhubarb is easy to shoe, bridle, saddle, and load in a trailer. She is good with worming and vaccinating, and is current on both eqvalan ivermection wormer and EWT/Flu/Rhino vaccinations. She is sensible and has a lot of real-life trail experience. Rhubarb is a nice-sized riding and pack mule ready to go to work. For more info, Sandy or Scott Sallee, Emigrant, Montana firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 222-7455.