Ranch Or Trail Mule
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Mule Gelding for Sale in Everett, PA
This 8 year old black John mule stands a very heavy built 14hh with nice conformation and bone. Bear was used on a ranch in Mexico and has also been used for coon hunting and is started in harness and pulled a sled. He rides very well and is easy and uncomplicated under saddle. He is very quiet under saddle and will go down the trail or ride in the arena, he rides walk/jog/lope, takes both leads and will jump 2’ + effortlessly. Out on the trail he will guide over rough terrain, through water and mud and over down trees and logs. He is confident riding out alone or polite in a group, he will take the lead or follow behind. He is also traffic safe and has been around equipment, dogs and other animals without concern. Bear is easy to load and hauls nicely, he off loads at new places without a fuss and requires no lunging or prep in new places. Bear stands tied single or on cross ties, is quiet to groom and saddle up, good for the vet and farrier and turns out in a mixed herd without issue. Bear is an easy keeper and sells sound in every way without vices or limitations. If you’d like to come meet Bear please give us a call and we will figure out a day and time that works best for everyone’s schedule. As always pre purchase vet exams are welcomed at the perspective buyers expense. If you need help arranging shipping we can help connect you to some of the haulers we have used and recommend. Bear is located in Everett, PA. Call Benny Hall 814-979-2046 with any questions.
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.