Adios is out of Timberlakes "Really Dun It" Jack and my Spotted Saddle Bred Horse. He's a tall one. Good minded willing to please mule. Loves nothing more than to be body clipped! Nearly falls asleep! Has attended and showed in halter and gait and traveling properties in Mules shows from CA to MT from a year old on. Therefore he travels long distance well, handles being in a box stall, bathed, brushed, groomed very well etc. etc. Adios is a willing learner, he does very well on halter and responds well to pressure, great to load, great with feet.... (read more) Has not been started under saddle. He would be a very good show prospect for someone (I think he would do well in Jumping), as well as trail. This is a saddle bred gaited mule, he should be a good, smooth and fun ride! This mule has horse like withers!! He was born Grulla color, he is more of a chocolate brown now, definately easy on the eye. I don't think this one will be hard to fit with a saddle! I said when he was little I was not selling this one, as he just had something about him, but my work load doesnt allow me the time I need with all the animals I have, and I am trying to cut my feed bill. Motivated to sell.
Will be going to WA mid July if that helps for shipping
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