Presenting the mules Sheila and I
have hand picked to take to
'Jake Clark's Mule Days'
"America Finest Select Saddle Mules Auction"
that is held Father's Day, 2014, Ralston,
"The Weather Girls"
Disposition 2. 15h,
1100 lbs. Stormy is a really nice, quiet, friendly mare mule that will
meet you at the gate or in the middle of 100 acres. She is easy to clip,
is good with the farrier, loads good, stands good to mount and is
accustomed to a mounting block. She has a deep heart girth and a huge
hip. Stormy carries her head level with or below her withers and will
stay collected and rounded up in any gait. She has a lot of ‘feel’ and
you can control and move her front end, rib cage and rear end. This
nice, flashy, classy mare mule has a good walk, a slow jog trot and a
fast long trot and a smooth lope. She will stay in whatever gait you
ask for with very little effort, a tribute to her quarterhorse mother.
She was ridden most of her life by a neighbor girl that showed her
some. Stormy lives across the fence from our cattle and isn’t worried
by them and we have used her to move them pasture to pasture. She will
lope circles, big and small, in both directions in the correct lead.
Stormy has been trail ridden a lot and has been hog hunted on in some
very rough terrain. Stormy was
born during Hurricane Katrina,
so she will turn 9 in late August. Come see us at Jake and Kay’s and
take her for a ride. Our name is on the trailer or give Tim a call at
to ask about Stormy
15h 1000 lbs. 8 year old Cloudy is a very, very fancy, very eye catching
15h bay paint mule with one glass eye. She has a very pretty,
fluid way of going that really shows off her color and athletic
ability. You can lope circles either way in the correct lead and make
those circles as big or small as you want. You can speed her up and
slow her down at a walk, trot and lope. Cloudy has been used to pen
cattle in a stock yard and will pin her ears back and get after a cow,
or will eat alongside of them. Cloudy has been hog hunted, has lead
dogs and has dragged a hog out. This classy mare mule is easy to catch
in a stall or outside and loads good. She stands good to mount and is
accustomed to a mounting
block. Cloudy stands nice to saddle and is easy to bridle. You can
move her rear end, rib cage and front end independently so she is easy
to back, side pass and turn around. Cloudy would be a great mule if she
was a solid brown mule, or bay or sorrel …. but she’s not!!!! Cloudy
has color out of this world!!! Come see us at Jake and Kay’s and take
her for a ride. Our name is on the trailer or give Tim a call at
to ask about Cloudy
I know he's not a
mule ... but he is something very, very special!!
We are offering a very nice,
very classy, very quiet yearling colt for sale. His Mom is a
daughter, not Granddaughter, of Rugged Lark!
Rugged Lark was AQHA Superhorse in ’85 and ’87 and the only
Superhorse in the history of the AQHA to produce 2 Superhorses!
Rugged Lark earned 326 performance points in his show career and was
the first American Quarter Horse to earn the coveted Superhorse
title twice, in 1985 and 1987. He also was an AQHA Superior Western
Pleasure Horse, Superior Hunter Under Saddle Horse, and Superior
Trail Horse. In 1987 he was the World Champion Senior Hunter Under
Saddle Horse. In 1985 he was the World Champion Pleasure Driving
Horse. He earned AQHA points in Hunter Under Saddle, Western
Pleasure, Trail, Hunter Hack, Reining, Working Hunter, Western
Riding, Pleasure Driving, and Barrel Racing.
His Dad is a Son, not Grandson, of Colonel
Freckles! Colonel Freckles was inducted into the AQHA
Hall of Fame in 2004. Colonel Freckles remains on list after list of
influential Quarter Horse sires. The $4,671,860 won by his own sons
and daughters and the $14 million won by his grandsons and
granddaughters in cutting, reining, and reined cow horse is a
testament to the qualities that Colonel Freckles possessed and
passed on -- cooperative spirit, intelligence, and athletic ability.
’Freckles’ has the ability bred into him to do anything you can
think of and is gorgeous, too! We have left him ’intact’ so you can
decide where you would like to take him, but where could you go find
a stallion prospect bred like this that looks like this?
For Sale: $2500.00
to ask about Freckles