Eagle Rest Don Quixote out of TWH



Bob and Jan Davis have owned Brayer Hill Othello since 1999. 

Othello is having a great time trail riding and showing with his new owners. 

He and Bob participate in NASMA's Versatility Trail Program

earning hours and points for their time on the trail.



Brayer Hill Othello is out of a Tennessee Walking mare by  Eagle Rest Don Quixote. Although, Othello never inherited his dam's running walk, he proven to be athletic in western and English disciplines. He stands 15.1 hands and is a half brother to Brayer Hill Zorro. He has appeared in Italian magazines. He is shown and ridden for pleasure. A few of his most recent accomplishments  at Great Celebration Mule Show Futurity Mule Western Pleasure and at the Oklahoma State Fair Mule Show placed 4th in Green Western Pleasure, 2nd in Green Trail and in Green Hunter Under Saddle and Hunter Hack.

Othello is all boy with a daring and carefree attitude. He enjoys his lessons, but typically prefers the challenges of the trail to the show ring. He inherited his dam's love for water and would just as soon stand in the river and play than anything else. He's been camping and was Sue's choice for a mount for the first annual NASMA trail ride in Oklahoma.

He owes a lot to his first trainer Marvin Brown, who started him under saddle and showed him in Western and later on to Jeanie Young who trained and showed him in English.


Othello is another mule imprinted and raised at Brayer Hill Farm. We feel that he is a good example of a young mule which was taken along slowly and is becoming very versatile.


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