` My circumstances have drastically changed. I just lost my mother 2 weeks ago and my dad is thinking he'll be selling his property. I also found out that my back is never going to get better, so more than likely I'm not going to be able to ride anymore. With all that going on, I need to re-home most of my critters. We are located in North Texas, north of McKinney. Sorry I am unable to haul anyone, no truck or trailer currently.
FREE: 2 donkeys: Bella and Radar. Bella is a coming 10 y.o. black and white spotted small standard donkey. Radar is a coming 6 y.o. large standard/mammoth cross brown and white spotted donkey. Both are very friendly but have not been worked with in a while. They are good guard donkeys. Bella is the perfect size for a cart donkey. Radar is big enough for a large adult to ride, and he has very large gaits almost horse like.
FREE: Ruthie coming 11 y.o., approximately 14.2hh dark dun mule. She is supposed to be a TW mule, but I haven't seen her gait, may gait with training. She was supposedly amish broke to ride and drive as a 3 y.o., but hasn't been worked since. She is shy out in the pasture but will warm up with feeding and consistent handling. I suspect she has had some abuse as she is a little handshy, with an owner that can be there for her I think she'll be a wonderful mule.
$800: Honeybar coming 10 y.o., 15hh, Silver Bay appendix bred quarter horse mare. We bought her with my parent's house a few years ago. Previous owner refused to ever give us any info on breeder or papers so she is unregistered. She was well broke when I was last able to ride, unfortunately she has been a pasture puff for a couple years. Very willing to please under saddle, she has a nice smooth jog, can extend to a nice english trot, and has a rocking horse canter. She would excel in any discipline, but would be an awesome kid's 4H horse since she can go english or western. She also has a very handy turn of speed and could be a great gaming horse. I rode her with only a side-pull and she was responsive and easy to stop, she has also been ridden in a snaffle. Supposedly the previous owner took her camping but I haven't done so. Pictures are from when we got her, she has bulked up a bit and grown another inch. She is not a bulldog QH, she is the more athletic appendix body type.