Category Archives: Mule Shows

Log Loading Competition – Thursday 10:30 AM

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  LOG LOADING COMPETITION Come watch the precision of man and mule working together. Spectators get a chance to see how logs were loaded before machines were invented. Watch as mules and horses work together under man’s guidance as they show the true meaning of teamwork. You will be amazed at the precise methods and

Mini Mania Show – Thursday 12:00 Noon

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Have you ever seen a 40″ tall mule pull a wagon?  If you have not seen these “Miniatures” perform, this is something you must see! These animals are the “Pets” of the Equine Industry.  They are well trained to pull carts, wagons (small wagons, that is), jumping over poles, pole bending, and other obstacles, etc…

Log Pulling Competition – Thursday 6:00 PM

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  OLD FASHION LOG PULLING COMPETITION The Log Pulling competition in it’s fifth year has become a popular event, with the “crowd” being the judge, a lot of excitement is in this section of the Park, during the event.  This “competition” finishes up our entertainment section of our event on Thursday.  We think that this

Driving Show – Friday 12:00 Noon

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This show demonstrates how well mules work to wagons and how well they are trained to both “lines” and voice command. A lot of time and practice, along with driving skills make everything come together for this event. As you watch this show you will soon learn how the driver gets the mules attention and

Pony Mule Pulling – Friday 6:00 PM

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These little guys pack a big punch when it comes to pulling. The Over All Champion in 2012 also won the Pony Mule Championship which proves that bigger isn’t always better! Also, don’t miss the Saturday Mule Pulling Championship. Weigh-in from 3PM – 5PM. Small Mules pull between 11′ ropes (percentage) 0 – 1,000 pounds

Gaited Mule Tennessee State Championship – Friday 6:00 PM

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At the Tennessee Gaited Mule State Championship you’ll enjoy watching the very best gaited mules from Tennessee and across the entire United States strut their stuff. This event highlights the gaited mule, which is any mule that has a smooth gait other than a walk, and one which is distinct from a trot. Whatever the

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