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Magic is an eleven-year-old black john mule. He stands 15.2
and is built to travel. He is taller at the shoulder than the hip. He
has a long clean neck and a long slope to the shoulder. He does a real
nice flat walk with a nice over reach that's very comfortable. In other
words, he's gaited and he does it naturally. If you collect him he'll
foxtrot. He's nice to work with and tries to please. He does the basics
and if you can ride you can handle Magic. He has a nice wither which
holds a saddle well. Plus, he's not a wide mule so you get a better
ride. He's had a lot of trail riding and can go in the rough. If
you're looking for a ride that can go slow or faster under control check
Jasper is a ten-year-old bay that stands just under 15 hands.
He's very clean boned and he's not real wide. That means you can get
your legs closer together for a more comfortable ride. He holds a saddle
well and rides with britchin or crupper. He's got a lot of trail
experience and is an all day mule. An easy ride, he goes where you point
him. He has a willing attitude and is nice to handle. If you can ride
you can ride Jasper.
Maggie is a sorrel molly that stands 14.1 hands. She's a
five-year-old that acts like a ten. She blends together very well and
has a big quarter type hip. She has a lot of good traits, but the best
is her great disposition. Comes to you any where. She has a super nice
running walk. I haven't checked her with a GPS, but she could go 6-7
mph. She'd rather just walk. She's real laid back. She does all the
basics and tries to please. I've ridden her a lot of miles on the trail
and she's been to the chuck wagon races. And she's been
spayed. Maggie is a good one.
Chelsea is an eleven-year-old palomino/blonde molly. She
stands 14.2 or3 and is very attractive. She's well balanced with a big
hip and has a good set of withers. You can put a novice rider on her and
not worry. She'll just poke along or you can pick her up and she has a
really nice above average speed foxtrot. She is very spook proof. The
best thing about her is her great disposition. She's the most honest
mule I believe I've ever had. She doesn't try to cheat you in anyway.
One like her doesn't come along very often. Color, disposition,
gait and eye appeal.
Clifty is a sorrel molly. She stands 15 or 15-1 hands and is
seven-years-old. She has a nice head and a long neck. She's got a good
wither and a big hip. The best thing about her is her great disposition.
She's a gentle mule with a willingness to please. She comes to meet you
and has excellent ground manners. I've had her on several trail rides
and she's done well. She's easy riding and goes where you point her. She
stands for you to get off and on and has a good handle.
Daisy is a twelve-year-old Grulla molly. She stands 15 hands
tall and has excellent conformation. She has an attractive head, a big
quarter type hip and stands square on all four legs. She hasn't shed off
yet, but you can see on her neck and shoulders that beautiful Grulla
color. It's my favorite color and the rarest and most difficult to get.
Daisy has a great disposition. Just what ever. She's your buddy. She's a
"put anybody on" kind of mule. She's had a lot of trail riding and is
the best I ever had for crossing anything and yet cautious. She does the
basics and walks out. She's quiet and easy going, but not a dead head.
And she has a really nice foxtrot. She's above average speed and it's
better than sitting in a rocking chair. But the best thing, she's not
only gentle, she's honest. And that is what's really hard to get.
Benjamin is a black john mule. He stands 14.2 hands tall. He's
just the right age at twelve years. He has very correct conformation.
He's smooth, stands square on all four, has a good hip and is stout
enough to pack a load if need be. He's easy to catch. He'll come running
to you and demands attention. He's had a lot of trail experience and
goes where you point him. His disposition is great. He's definitely a
"put anybody on" mule. He'll ride front or back and travels well down
the trail. He's not only gentle, he's honest. He's the same every time
you get on him. I rank him in the top 10 best trail mules I've ever
Hawleywoods Mary Beth
Mary Beth is a ten-year-old black molly. She stands about 13.2
and is easy on the eyes.
She has nice conformation with a fancy head and a smaller ear. She’s
and is always demanding attention. She’s a laid back “put anybody one”
type of mule.
I’ve ridden her on several rail rides and she’s done well. She steps out
and has a very
comfortable ride. Mary Beth is a special mule with a lot of
Jessica is a twelve-year-old buckskin molly. She stands 15
hands and has excellent quarter type conformation. Her conformation is
nearly flawless with a beautiful head, clean neck, higher withers, big
hip that carries down and straight legs. She was reserve Grand Champion
in her only time to show as a three-year-old at Shelbyville. She comes
by this honest. She was bred for it. She’s sired by Hawleywoods Hawkeye
and out of Rhapsody’s Jessica. She’s pictured on our web site.
Jessica was a half-sister to Maynard’s Miss Sheba who was perhaps the
winningest mule in history. In other words she was bed to be a good
one. She does all the basics: walk, trot, canter, side pass and open
gates. She is a very good trail mule with a lot of miles She has a super
disposition. But, her best trait is her willingness to trust you and do
her best to please you. And you don’t have to be a trainer to ride her.
Plus she’s broke to drive. If you like the best check her out.
Jody is a palomino john mule. He’s right in his prime at
twelve-years-old. He stands 15 hands and has a good combination of
strength and cleanness. He’s stout made without spreading your legs so
far. You don’t have to catch him because he’s right there wanting
attention. He likes to go and has a comfortable way of going in a walk
or a foxtrot. He will slow down behind a slower walking animal with a
loose rein. He’s an experienced trail animal. You can ride him on a long
ride and not have to pop a pain pill. I used to gauge my rides on how
many sandwiches it took. Now it’s how many pain pills it takes.
Jule is a ten-year-old sorrel john. He stands 15.2 and has a
good disposition. He holds a saddle well and rides with a crupper or
britchen. He has a good handle and stands good to get off and on. He’s
easy riding with a slow foxtrot or a fast walk. I’ve ridden him on
several trail rides and he’s done great. He’s a “put anybody on” type
mule. He’s also broke to drive double. He’s got a lot of strength, but
is not drafty. If you can ride, you can ride Jule.
Cricket is a 14.1 hand sorrel molly. She’s thirteen-years-old
which is a very good age. She stands square on all four and is very
clean and well balanced. She works with you on the ground and tries to
please. She rides with either a crupper or britchen. She’s had a lot of
miles here in the Ozarks. She’s got a running walk that eats up the
miles and is super smooth. Plus, she’ll do it all day. All you have to
do is head her down the trail. She goes where you point her and is a
lot of fun to ride.
Rowdy is a twelve-year-old john. He stands 15 hands and is
pleasing to the eye. He has very correct conformation with a big hip,
clean neck and a nice head. He has a lot of power, but he’s not drafty.
He’s a big baby on the ground and is easy to work with. You don’t have
to catch him, he’ll come to you. He knows how to side pass,
walk-trot-canter and stops on a dime. He was imprinted at birth with
everything from clippers to elk hides. He’s had a lot of trail riding
both in the Ozarks and the Rockies and has been packed on. He’s sired by
Hawkeye out of a foundation bred mare. I’ve put several “green” riders
on him. A nice mule with color and personality.
Hawleywoods Silky Smooth
Silky is a 14.2 hand black molly. She’s coming five-years-old.
So, she has many years ahead of her. She has excellent conformation. She
does a really nice flat walk and if you get her collected, she’ll do a
foxtrot with some speed and it’s all smooth. The best thing about her is
her friendly attitude and her willingness to do what you ask of her. I
haven’t had a mule in a long time that understood what I was teaching
her as quickly as she does. I’ve been riding her on a trail ride 5-6
days a week and she’s doing great. She’s a fancy mule and a sweet heart
to work with. She’s a very nice mule and worthy off your
Hawleywoods Star Ranger
Star is an eight-year-old brown john mule. He stands 14.2 or 3
and rides bigger. He stands good to saddle, unsaddle and to mount or
dismount. I ride him with a britchen. He’s naturally gaited. He’ll walk
slow or he’ll do a nice running walk at about four miles per hour.
That’s where I like him. It’s real smooth. He’ll go faster, but he’s not
consistent as he is with the running walk. I’ve put a lot of miles on
him in the Ozarks and he does well on the trail.
Cindy is a light sorrel with white mane and mixed tail. She’s
just the right age at fourteen. She has very correct conformation with a
smaller head and a big hip. She’s very well balanced and stands square
on all four. She’s easy to catch and has nice ground manners. She stands
about 52” or 13 hands. She’s been ridden mostly by kids, but will carry
an adult as well. I’ve ridden her a lot on the trail. She’s not spooky
and goes where you point her. Plus, she’s gaited. She’s happy to walk
slow or you can pick her up into a running walk then into a foxtrot
which ever you like. I’ve had a lot of people wanting a smaller mules
that gaits. This is the first one I’ve had in years. A nice mule.
Charolette is a brown molly mule standing 14.1 hands. She is
medium build with a nice head and balanced conformation. She’s fourteen
years old which is just right. She’s a “put anybody on kind of mule” and
not have to worry about them. She’s the same every day. Just saddle her
up and take off. She’s happy to walk slow or you can pick her up and she
has a super nice running walk and foxtrot. It’s a “put a smile on your
cheeks” ride. You don’t have to caught her because she’s right there at
your side demanding attention. She has excellent ground manners and
shoes and loads. She’s had a ton of trail riding and is broke to
harness. She’s a special mule.
Arlee is a seven-year-old sorrel molly. She stands 15.1 with
very correct conformation. She is an attractive mule with a big smooth
hip and a big gaskin muscle. She’s really people friendly and is always
next to you. I’ve put a lot of miles on her here in the Ozarks. She
crosses the water, steps over the logs and ditches. You don’t have to
“tune her up” just get on her and go. She’s the same every time. She’ll
mosey along or you can pick her up into a nix foxtrot. She holds a
saddle well and rides with a crupper or britchin. I really like her.
She’s a nice mule now and has a long future ahead of her.
Hawleywoods Jackson Brown
Jackson is a 15 hand brown john mule. He’s nice looking mule
with correct conformation. He has a long clean neck and holds a saddle
well. He seventeen years old and is a “baby sitter”. He has a very good
disposition and tries to please. He’s not aggressive to the other mules
and has excellent ground manners. I have people call all the time
wanting a mule they can put Grandma on. I’ve put a lot of trail miles on
Jackson and he’s never once acted up or come “untrained”. He’s a “put
any body on” mule. Just step in the saddle and go.
George is a buckskin/dun tiger stripped john mule. He’s 14.2
and stout made with correct conformation.. He’s just the right age at
twelve-years-old. He’s nice to work with and has a willing attitude. He
comes to meet you, easy to catch, no problem with his feet, not ear shy
or cold backed. Rides with a crupper or britchen and is the same every
time. He’s had a of riding on the trails and does great. He drives
single or double. He’s an exceptional package. He’s not tall, but can
pack a load if he needs to.
Josie is tri-colored molly. She stands 15 hands and is an eye
catcher. She’s fifteen-years-old with a lot of years ahead of her. I
like my mules like I like my women, older. She’s gentle and easy to
catch and work with. She’s good on the trail and holds a saddle well.
She does the basics and tries to please. If you can sit a saddle you can
ride Josie. She’s been a good one for us.
We maintain a small but select broodmare band. We have very strict
guidelines for our broodmares because we believe that only the best
mares should be used to produce top quality mules. Our mares are
selected on conformation, color, bloodlines and disposition. We have a
few colts for sale each year.
Loyd, Sarah, Vince, Marcus & Rachel
203 East Bush - Prairie Grove, Arkansas 72753