✨ Moscow Mule✨
Moscow is an eye-catching 3 yo molly mule (out of a TWH) that is just one saint of an equine, filled with personality and expression, typically shown through her massive ears. She stands at 14.2 and is completely stunning!
I’m unsure if there are enough words to describe how sweet this girl is. She has had kids on her back of all levels and lets me ride her through anything. She has a solid 3 gaits and backs and a beautiful woah. She has started neck reining and is doing nicely with it. She will even pick you up from the mounting block with a snap of the fingers.
This girl is a quick learner and exists to impress. We have ridden into town to get coffee several times, don’t mind the cars, and participate in parades in town. She’ll take you through mud, water, hills, and anything you ask. She’ll jump just about anything, too. She has been jumping small hunter-type courses as well.
I have shot bows off of her, walked over tarps, crossed bridges, anything, you name it. Been around fowl, goats, dogs, etc. She doesn’t spook or look at much at all. She’s even the equine we grab when we want to try a new stunt we just saw on tiktok (see video for a laugh). Stands great for farrier, vet, to be tacked and groomed. Ties well and loads great as well!
Moscow will hack out, and trail ride alone but doesn’t mind riding in a group. She will lead if you ask, but she’d be perfectly happy if you wanted to hang in the middle or back. She doesn’t like having a horse up her butt in arenas, but she doesn’t mind it out on the trails.
Never offers to rear, buck, or kick. This Molly mule is a complete saint and is just out here to please people. She has been an absolute joy to work with, and am very sad to see her go but excited to see her adventures in the future!
For the Gaited horse lovers, I will not guarantee that she would be the perfect Gaited horse for you, but she has taken gait strides under saddle but cannot hold it currently. I am not a Gaited horse rider and don’t work with them often, so there is a potential under the correct training, shod/trim, and bit; she could carry a nice little gait. The little bit I have experienced is very smooth!
She is UTD on farrier, vet, dentist, and deworming. She is a very easy keeper and only gets a ration balancer; she really doesn’t even need it. She’s even on a 24-week farrier schedule, oddly enough (per the farrier, her feet are hardy and stay in great shape). I have known her since she was a weanling and can confidently say that someone will have themselves a once-in-a-lifetime mule. She has started with a very strong foundation and is ready to go any way you want to take her. Overall would be a great surefooted trail riding partner, or you could even go into fox hunting or hunters!
Please call or text me with any questions or to set up a test ride. PPEs welcomed! We can offer to ship to the surrounding states of Ohio. Otherwise, the buyer is responsible for shipping.