Category Archives: 4-04-14 Friday
This show demonstrates how well mules work to wagons and how well they are trained to both “lines” and voice command. It takes a lot of time, practice, with driving skills to make everything come together. As you watch this show you will soon learn how the driver gets the mules attention and also how he gets them to go in the direction
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 gait may be called, its primary virtue is smoothness.
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! Weigh-in from 3PM – 5PM. Small Mules pull between 11′ ropes (percentage) 0 – 1,000 pounds / 1,005 – 1,500 pounds For more information, contact Anita King 931-446-4157 NEW! Stick Horse
The Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club hosted their annual Mule Day Auctioneer Contest on Friday April 5, 2013. The contest was held at the Tennessee Livestock Producers Sale Barn in Columbia, TN. Auctioneers from Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky came to see if they could claim the 2013 Grand Champion Mule Day Auctioneer belt buckle. The Tennessee
The Liars’ Contest is a fun-filled event with tall tales and good clean fun. The contest will be held in the auditorium of Central High School, which adjoins Maury County Park and is sponsored by the schools Parent Teacher Student Association. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for students. There are two divisions of competition: Adults, 18 and over and Students,