Super Broke Beginner Friendly Molly Mule

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If you have been in search of a mule that has been ridden by kids and beginners without difficulty then here one is. This molly mule is 12 yrs old and has been ridden by adult beginner riders and small children. She has been used on wagon trains with almost 100 horses and over 25 wagons. She has been trail ridden in the mountains, used to pack off of, and also has been driven in the past. This mule stands 13.1 hands tall but is thick enough to carry an adult size rider all day long. She is tough and has a big heart. She will pick her feet up for you, just run your hand down her leg and she will lift them. She is very easy to bridle, you can handle both ears, and she is gentle enough for kids to work around her and pick her feet out. She is not intimidating and is very simple to ride. She will one hand neck rein, she will ride double, she will pack heavy saddle bags all day long, and she will ride double. She will also ride bareback and she has never offered to buck or try to run off. She is very kind and enjoys attention. This kind of mule is very hard to come by. She is as safe and sane as they come. She stops nicely on whoa and will stand and patiently wait for her next command. If you are in need of a broke one, here she is. She is sound and does not crib or weave. View video at Watch Super Broke Beginner Friendly Molly Mule call 304-238-4155

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