This is Sir Charles Bailey, he will be four yrs. old next spring.In these photo I just got him up out the the field, proceeded to clip him, then put a saddle on him for the first time. He is gentle and easy. Since then we put thirty days on him, riding and driving. We then put him out for the winter. He is over 15 inches between the knee and the cornea. He will grow until he is 7 yrs. old.He will be over 15 hds. by then. He is a true done, out of a foundation bread copper Dunn quarter horse and a Chexzen line jack. Has garulia stripped legs. A true Dunn if there ever was one. He won a blue ribbon at the Mo. State Fair when he was a wean ling. Check him out.
Is he still available? What's the status of his training? Could you please email current/more recent photos? Thanks.
Beth, Yes he is available. He is halter broke, clips, ties and loads. He is now coming four. It is at this age I introduce my mules to different disciplines. All the mules I have raised are trained this way and they have never failed me. If you have the desire and abilities, you can work Sir Charles the way you want and you can bond with him. This is important. Sir Charles is very social, in your pocket type mule. He is out of a foundation bread Poco copper Dunn quarter horse and Magic Joe jack. A Dunn Gaurulia mule can only come from a Dunn quarter horse mare, and then they come about every fourth breading. They are rare and beautiful.