John has this john Mule "Rambo" for sale right now. Very well broke, moves right out on the trail. Call us for some more info.
John picked up another couples mules, so until we get some good photos of them call for more information on our stock available for purchase.
For those folks that would rather be hands on, or can't justify spending the money at a trainers, We highly recommend Brad Cameron's self study courses. Available at "www.muletrainer.com" or at "www.BradCameron.com". Of special interest is his new dvd Mulemanship 1, although all his other tapes are well worth purchasing. Natural horsemanship is great, but the horseman part is where some of the trainers get lost on Mules. They aren't quite the same. My friend, Dennis Reis, "www.reisranch.com" said to me a quote, " A mule must be trained like a horse should be trained". Well, folks, Brad Cameron understands the difference. Just sayin, check him out. Dennis too...
for info on the Harness pictured in this photo, Contact: WWW.DyerBuggyWorks.com
Another of our friends is located in Sumpter County, near Webster, FL.
John and Patti Graves
firstname.lastname@example.org (813) 293-7319
We wanted to share a few of our friends contact information. These folks have helped us with our Mules, training them from the foundation, to riding to driving.
Alain Boudreaux (352) 238-0050 Alain is located on the edge of the Withlacoochee Forest near Brooksville, FL for easy access into the "woods" along with all the normal "road" work. Toby had his first lessons driving a cart with him. Call Alain for more contact info.
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