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Mule Stallion for Sale in Rifle, CO
This john mule could be your new hunting and trail riding buddy. Registered through NASMA. "Sammule" has a spunky, curious, and social personality, has had his feet worked with, leads, had some rope work done loaded in a trailer. He is always the first to come greet us out of the heard, and often prefers to hangout with us in the yard rather than his equine buddies. He has been super easy to handle and train. His mom is 7 yr old AQHA mare Frenchmans guy bloodlines and a great pack horse, show horse, kids lesson horse you name it she does it. Dad is a mammoth jack with the sweetest personality. He had his first several rides with little kids and they have been riding him around ever since. Hold is available with a deposit. PM for price. Located in Rifle, CO
About Rifle, CO
The land that Rifle resides on was once in the heart of the Ute Nation, a classification of the Indigenous peoples of the Great Basin. The most common tribe in the area were the Tabagauche, who hunted and lived on the land slightly to the east of Rifle in the Roaring Fork Valley. Due to their location, the Tabagauche were somewhat less exposed to white settlers, and to some extent their ways remained less altered than other native peoples. In 1878 Nathan Meeker was appointed as the director of the White River Ute Agency (the town of Meeker 40 miles north of Rifle was named after him). Meeker had no training or knowledge of Ute culture, and launched into a campaign centered on sedentary agriculture and European-American schooling.