Team Of Mules
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Mule Stallion for Sale in Cynthiana, KY
Team of mules, ride 'em, drive 'em, work 'em. This is the best team of mules I've ever owned, My wife drives them more than I do. We drove them Oct. 07, on the 100 mile ride from Cynthiana, ky. to Pebbles, oh. Their very sensible, easy to handle, calm, they'll take you anywhere you point them. Health ck, wormings, coggins, shots all up to date. Teenager rode them in local parade. Stand well while harnessing up. Traffic safe, very sound team. They're priced to sell as a pair. This team will let you sit back, and enjoy the simple things in life, and thats what lifes all about. Priced as a team.
About Cynthiana, KY
Cynthiana was named after Cynthia and Anna Harrison, daughters of Robert Harrison, who had donated land for its establishment, though Harrison County was named after Colonel Benjamin Harrison, who was an early settler in the area and the sheriff of Bourbon County. Two Civil War battles were fought in Cynthiana; the first on July 17, 1862, was part of a raid into Kentucky by Confederate General John Hunt Morgan; the second on June 11 and 12, 1864, resulted in defeat of Confederate forces on Morgan's last raid into the state. On January 23, 1877, an LL chondrite meteorite fell in Cynthiana. March 2, 1997, the South Fork of the Licking River which bisects Cynthiana flooded, causing extensive damage in Cynthiana and neighboring communities.