Brayer Hill Cisco
Kid is shy and
retiring. He also was started by Marvin Brown. After a year off to
mature a bit, Cisco went into training with Dennis Lee who helped
Cisco build great confidence and getting ready for reining.
Cisco also has a model mule made in his likeness which also brought
home the ribbons and championships from the model classes. Leah
Posey Patton made and campaigned this miniature version of Cisco.
Cisco is another mule
imprinted and raised at Brayer Hill Farm. We feel that he is a good
example of a mule who benefited from careful training and confidence
Cisco is experienced in camping, trail riding, picket lines. He's
been ridden in the mountains and on the flat. His little single foot
keeps him right up there in the lead or he'll fit in the line
anywhere else you want to be.
Brayer Hill Cisco Kid
is out of a Spotted Saddle Horse by Eagle Rest Don Quixote. Cisco
did inherit some his dam's way of going and does a nice single foot,
but he also performs a walk, trot, canter. He stands 14.2 hands and
has appeared in Italian magazines. Cisco is shown and ridden for