Answers To Your Mule Questions -A Common Sense Guide To Understanding The Mule's Point Of View
By: Cindy K. (McKinnon) Roberts
2007 186 pages Paperback
Young Mule Behavior
Handling and Ground Manners
Introducing New Herd Members
Tacking Up and Saddling
Vaccinations and Vet Phobia
How To Determine If You Have Correct Saddle Fit
Proper Bit Control
Hard To Catch Mules
Trailering Your Mule
Plus The Mule Psychology 101 Series Articles:
The Rules - the safe approach to training your mule.
Rules For The Mule Baby - guidelines for raising your mule.
Teaching The Mule - effectively training your mule.
The Kicking Mule - dealing with this nervous habit the safe way.
Motivation & Learning - what makes your mule tick?
Hormones & Survival - understanding mother nature.
The Learning Patterns Of The Mule - learn how his mind works.
Rating The Mule's Intelligence - how smart is your mule?
Mules Are Better - what to say to your “horsey” friends.
Mule Truths - does a mule wait 10 years to get back at you?
Mule Feet - the four wheel drive of the mule.
Survival Behavior & The Mule - how to train the very skittish.
Confidence Training for the Western Saddle Mule
by Cindy K. Roberts
2011 252 pages 7 X 10
Item #10993 $25.50 plus shipping.
Mule training techniques for the mule handler, rider and trainer that work with Saddle Mules.
Proven Techniques for the Trail Riding Mule.
Retraining Apprehensive and Insecure Mules.
Becoming the Confident Mule Rider
Includes Selecting the Right Tack & More. --
Is your mule insecure riding alone?
Afraid to ride in a group? Does your mule buck? Does your mule run away? Use evasion tactics? Does your mule rear up? Pull on the bridle? Get above the bit? Does your mule shy?
Spook on the trail? Afraid of his own shadow? Does your mule refuse to load into the trailer?
The Hard To Catch Mule
A Logical Approach On How To Connect With Your Mule.
by Cindy K (McKinnon) Roberts
2009 Paperback 70 pages 5.5" x 8.5"
Item #10992 The Hard to Catch Mule $14.50
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Cindy K. (McKinnon) Roberts raised and trained saddle mules for over 20 years Her promotional efforts as well as demonstrating public awareness about the intelligence of the mule, has enabled her to write a series of training articles that appeared in several equine magazines at a National level.