Eagle Rest Nighthawk - The bloodline is from Eagle Rest Plantation,
Kevil, Kentucky. All other Brayer Hill mules, except Brayer Hill
Bubba, are by Eagle Rest Don Quixote a half brother to Nighthawk.
Brayer Hill Bubba is by Eagle Rest Red Monarch, the sire of both
Nighthawk and Don Quixote. Nighthawk also sired Schmidt's Roberta,
the 1994 Reserve Champion Halter Yearling at the ADMS National and
Champion Halter Weanling at the Oklahoma State Fair in 1994. He also
sired Schmidt's Bodacious, fourth place weanling at the 1994
Oklahoma State Fair. Both Roberta and Bodacious were out of Brayer
Hill broodmares. Nighthawk is ridden in the Mountains in Wyoming and
possesses a generous, friendly temperament.
Sheeza Moore - Sheeza is a running Quarter Horse with Sugar Bars top
and bottom. On the top you'll find Jet Deck. On the bottom you'll
find Top Deck and Kid Meyers. This mare is linebred to be an
athlete, fast and pretty. This is her first mule foal. But we've
kept her ‘94 horse filly, Sheeza's Black Rerun, a breeding stock
Paint, to add to our broodmare band after her training. We thought
Sheeza would produce athletic and pretty mule babies and she proved
us right. Just look at Cowboy!
Brayer Hill Cowboy Up
is a sorrel horse mule born on May 10, 1996. Imprinted at birth, he has received continuous foal training. By eleven days old he was halter broke, restraint broke, farrier broke, vetted, trailered, bathed and clipper broke. Cowboy has a gregarious personality and likes to talk to you when you come to see him. His mother is the Alpha mare so he's full of confidence and thinks he's real special. He's affectionate and willing to learn his lessons. He, too, was started by Dennis Lee of Paradise, Texas.
And, finished by Lacy Fagg of Equine Kenetics.
Cowboy inherited good stock conformation with a nice gaskin, nice forearm, good hip and shoulder, short back and a pretty head and eye. With both the pedigree and the conformation, Cowboy
can be a performance mule in . With the conformation, he has placed as a Halter mule. He
is a great trail ride companion. With the TB in his pedigree, he goes nice English. But with his great attitude, he makes a special companion no matter what we like to do. Cowboy just wants to do it with his favorite humans
and he likes to work whether on the trail or in the arena.
Cowboy has gone on
to prove himself in the show pen and on the trail. Every
summer for the past five years he has been Sue's mount for the
annual trip to camp and ride in Rocky Mountain National Park.
He is an edge walker on the steep trails, enjoying the view straight