We hope that you enjoy the following photographs of our stock. We are not professional photographers. Most of the following pictures have been taken during our day-to-day activities on the farm or during functions that our animals attend. All of our stock are UTD on all vaccines, deworming, hoof care and teeth floating - if necessary. If they have been off the farm for a show or event they have also had a Strangles vaccine and a current Coggins. We welcome you to come and visit our mules and have accomodations available. If you have any questions regarding our animals, please give us a call at 731-364-9572 or 731-514-4068 or Contact Us. Thank you!
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Kasch & Karina
2008 models. Friesian/Percheron molly and john mules out of Genesis. These two are "peas in a pod" and are going to be huge. At two years old, they are already over 16hh. Kasch and Karina were born 13 days apart and Karina was nursing off of Deb's fingers before she was even out of her Mama! They may be big, but they are lovebugs that come when called and follow wherever they are led. They are being offered for sale as a team. If you are looking for a show mule team that will get you noticed, these two are it! And, if you were in the market for a future 4-up show hitch team, their 2009 full sisters (Giselle and Gabriella - "Gigi and Gabby") match them perfectly. It is a rare opportunity to own full and 1/2 siblings for a team that are calm and sweet, used to vehicles and are sure to learn easily and serve their driver well. They have the lovely Friesian trot as well as the four beat lateral gait of their Daddy. We expect them to mature in the 19+hh range.
2008 model Belgian john mule. "Duke" is out of Deb's former riding Belgian mare BDHCA 6 T's Duchess and AMJR Howell Farms Bill. Duke is a big boy that adores people and attention. He has that typical laid back draft mule attitude that is calm, sweet and ready to do whatever you want him to do. Duke's Mama is 18+hh and we expect Duke to mature into the 18hh range. He would be an outstanding mount or driving mule, either by himself or matched with a buddy. Duke gets along with everyone, human and equine alike!
2008 model TWH/Percheron molly mule. Arabella is out of our TWH/Percheron buggy mare, Madge and Genesis. "Bella" is a beautiful moving girl who will mature in the 16+range. Bella would be an outstanding dressage or hunter/jumper candidate. Her younger baby brother, 2009 Titan has already gone to his new home in MA and will eventually be used in dressage. Bella is smart, sweet and willing and would make a wonderful companion for the trails as well. Another "in your pocket" mule that has thus far done absolutely everything that we have asked for her to do. She is very athletic and refined and would do well being shown in any discipline.
2006 model Percheron molly. "Abbie" is a big girl at 16+hh and has a beautiful, gliding four beat lateral gait. Abbie is an "in your pocket" mule that somwhere learned that she likes to have her flanks scratched...she will back up across the pasture during these scratch sessions. Abbie has had ground schooling in KY and has been started under saddle. She is another people oriented mule that comes when called. With Deb's mother who has Alzheimer's, and is all of "5 foot nothing" in height, Abbie will watch where she puts her feet and be very careful around Mrs. Collins. Abbie gets along with all her pasture mates and is very laid back.
2006 model Belgian cross molly. Madeline is a 15.3hh, stout girl. She has a beautiful gait and the weight to work cattle. "Maddie" is very people oriented, adores the baby mules and Jackstock and has provided us with babysitting duites on more than one occasion. If there was ever a mule that needed to be a Mama, it is Maddie, although that is obviously not in her future!