LTR Mules




LTR MULES: Learning with Lancelot 3-5-21

By Meredith Hodges Longears thrive with a routine management and training program. Their performance and longevity is greatly increased. Sir Lancelot is now a 27-year-old ranch mule that has had the benefit of my management and training protocol. Done over two years when he was much younger, the result of his postural core strength leading exercises, lunging, ground driving and later riding in my postural “Elbow Pull” self-correcting restraint is apparent in his youthful enthusiastic attutude and body structure. Since, I ...
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LTR MULES: Efficient Grooming Practices 12-1-21

On November 22nd, of 2021, I posted, on my MEREDITH HODGES PUBLIC FIGURE Facebook page, information about how to maintain your tack and equipment, and how to keep a neat and tidy tack room. There were a lot of comments about it and many people indicated that they thought it would be easy if you had the staff that I have. Just for the record, when it comes to my equines and their tack and equipment, I do most of ...
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LTR MULES: Musing on Mini Grooming

6-22-22 Since I now have 16 equines, 3 donkeys, 12 mules and a miniature horse, it is not always convenient to bring them all up to the Tack Barn work station for grooming. I used to have 32 equines! As I get older, I find myself a lot busier (One would think it would be the other way around...LOL!). I am glad I have less animals to groom each week! My show days have long since passed, so I limit ...
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