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Mule Gelding for Sale in Marble, CO
3 Mules for sale. They all need to go TOGETHER, I do not want them separated. They are all broke to ride, one is green broke. They are papered, they do have some flaws. joe, has a tendency to bolt, but with the correct bit he wont try it. they are all pretty heavy headed. They have attitude. the mare hates her ears touched. They all load, stand tied, stand for farrier, go on trails, lunge, round pen, etc. They are very well broke, I just do not have the time to ride them. they have not been worked in a while. they are well bred. They can buck, but if you put them in the round pen/lunge before you ride it will be fine. I think once they are in full work- 4-5 times a week it will not be an issue. They would make great trail horses, pack horses, all-around. Joe, is terrified of cows, this was
... more» originally why he bolted. Ori, the mare, hates her ears touched and has loads of attitude. She does have rodeo experience. Rocky, the green broke, if perfect. He just needs a bit more time in the saddle. He has all his basics down. They do not neck rein but can definitely learn, once you teach them something they remember it. They are on the older side, but have loads of life still in them. They need to go to a loving forever home. I do not ride western, these are my grandparents mules, but they never get ridden. Please message me for videos and photos. Located In Carbondale Colorado. Would be willing for a test ride. Serious inquires only.
About Marble, CO
The Town of Marble was first incorporated in 1899. Marble remains a statutory town of the State of Colorado today. The town is the location of a historic Yule Marble quarry along the mountains that began operations in the late 19th century, and from which the town draws its name. It has been used for the Tomb of the Unknowns, as well as for parts of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and civic buildings in San Francisco. It was also used for the construction of the Equitable Building, a historically important early skyscraper in New York City.