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    oldcowboy
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    I got the blue molly about a month ago. She is a sweetheart. Rides and drives. Catch anywhere, etc. The red molly is a long yearling. I happened to be at a sale last Sat. and she came in. She was malnourished and wild as a jack rabbit. I could see she is going to be large. I have her leading some. I leave a small rope hanging on her halter right now and can walk up to her and catch her better each day. I am disables so am home most of the time so I can check regular to make sure she doesn’t get caught on anything. All I can say at this point is, working with young mules and horses sure was a lot easier back when. LOL

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    Jean
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    Do you work with the blue molly around the new mule? Just curious, I find when I work with one of my horses that is steady, then work with the other one that is silly about new things he is better if he has seen his mate do it without issue before him.

    #79826

    oldcowboy
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    Jean, I don’t get to work with the blue mule as much as I like due to health reasons. But yes when I work the blue mule or my Shire mare I always have the colt with us.

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