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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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Jazzy is a six-year-old sorrel molly. She stands 15 hands and
is a fancy looking mule that catches your eye. She’s one of the top five
most gentle mules I’ve ever had. You don’t have to catch her. She’s
right there. She’s good with her feet, not ear shy or cold backed. She
stands good to get off and on. She flexes and bends and drops her head
to back. She’ll side pass to open and close gates. I’ve had her on
several trail rides and she’s done excellent. She’ll ride in the front
or the back. A really nice mule with her whole life ahead of her.
Frosty is a nine-year-old sorrel John mule. He stands 15 hands
and has excellent conformation. He has an excellent head and a long
clean neck. He’s got good withers and holds a saddle well. He stands
very square on all four and has a nice smooth hip on him. He has a great
disposition. You don’t have to catch him because he comes to you. Is no
problem to saddle, clip or shoe. I can turn a group of mules out with
him in the group and he’ll turn around and come back. He does a really
smooth running walk at about 7 mph. You don’t have to be a trainer to
get him to gait. You can lead the group on a trail ride or he’ll walk
slow behind a horse. He’s that rare mule that is nice on the ground and
in the saddle and has a smooth gait. He stands to get off and on and
takes lay off time well.
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