We have some great tips to offer you in this episode! Ty answers questions about what to do when you get stuck on one checklist item, dealing with balky horses, cold backed mules, and standing to mount.
Ty reads and explains a recent article he wrote for Western Mule Magazine. Happy Thanksgiving!
This weeks episode is packed full of great questions! Ty answers questions about herd boundness, helping your mule to be more punctual, standing to saddle, biting mules, kicking mules, and mules that get anxious when behind on a trail ride. Thank you for listening, please leave a review and don’t forget to subscribe. WWW.TSMULES.COM
In this Facebook live Mule Tip Tuesday Ty talks about working on advancement and how long to actually focus on progressions. Ty also takes questions about bolting mules, mules that don’t stand tied patiently, and mules that buck going down hill. www.tsmules.com
Jim is one cool man. He can ride mules, pack mules, drive mules, and even build a saddle for mules. Long time friend, and full of knowledge.
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This is probably one of the most commonly asked questions I get. What’s the difference? Let me explain...
This is probably one of the key elements in successfully developing a bridle mule. And it starts right from the very beginning. Preserving the try, it’ll pay off big in the future.
Self limiting cab really hold us back from progressing with our mules. Don’t let it happen to you!
This week we had some great questions! Everything from speed control to familiarization to dogs. Brought to you by Mules & More Magazine and Timber Valley Mule Company.
Big thanks to our Sponsors! Timber Valley Mule Company and The Watering Post! This week we talk tracing tips and how to be prepared. We also have questions about bolting and spooking mules as well as a mule that want to take off and buck.