Annie is a solid 15hh Molly that is 10 years old. Annie has a good pace, rein, stop and backs. She has been roped off of and will push cattle. I have riden her on trails and she will cover ground, You can pony off her. She has a real soft mouth. After being off for 6 months I have ridden Annie 18 miles in the last 3 days and she has done great. Annie will cross water mud, down steep hills and take care of you while going down real steep places, does not run down. Will lead or follow. She is a little ear shy, but it is not a problem! Comes with amish headstall which DOES NOT require you to touch her ears when bridling.
If Annie is not sold before 4-6-2011 she is going to be put in a special mule auction, This mule will cross water, deep mud, go down STEEP terrain and take it easy and slow, then move on out. She is very strong. I can't ride 3 broke mules enough and train 3 others. If you are a mule person you know you will have to earn her trust and then you will absolutely love her.
Also have a Tenn Walker in foal to my mammoth jack listed, 8 mo bred, and a fox Trotter mare in foal listed, 7 mo bred