Ranch Or Trail Mule
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Mule Mare for Sale in Everett, PA
Mazie is a 12 year old sorrel molly mule standing 14.1 hands tall with great substance and bone. She has all the qualities a good riding mule should and is easy to catch, tie and get tacked up for a trail ride. She is good to handle on the ground, good about her ears being touched and takes a bit nicely. Under saddle she is gentle and quiet and accepting of various levels of riders. She will go out on trail alone or in a group, doesn’t mind taking the lead or bringing up the rear and is safe with others riding up behind her and along side of her. She will negotiate rough terrain and willingly go over downed trees, through mud and water and up and down steep and unsteady grades and hills. She lives well in a stall or on turnout and easily gets along in a mixed herd. She will load into any style trailer and hauls great, off loads like a seasoned pro and needs to prep to be ridden in new places. She stand politely for the vet and farrier, has no vices or limitations and sells 100% sound in every way. Please give Benny Hall 814-979-2046 a call if you like to schedule a time to come out for a test ride her in Everett, PA and as always we are welcome to pre purchase vet exams at the perspective buyers expense. If you need help with shipping we can also connect you with some of the haulers we have used and highly recommend.
About Everett, PA
Over 200 years ago, the sun pierced through the thick forest on a small Indian village and trading post known as Bloody Run, which was located on a wagon road headed to Fort Dusquesne in south central Pennsylvania. [ citation needed ] In 1787, Michael Barndollar purchased the land in this area, and laid out a town which was originally called Waynesburg. This name was never widely used and this small village was incorporated as a borough in November 1860, to be known as Bloody Run. While this name carries with it many interesting stories and much history, the name was changed in February 1873 to Everett. The Everett Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.