What is the American Gaited Mule Assoc.?

The American Gaited Mule Association is a group of people who have gotten together to:

  • Promote the joy of owning and riding gaited mules
  • Sponsor shows or classes within those shows
  • Form a registry of gaited mules, jacks, jennets, and mares
  • ​Train and supply judges for gaited mule shows
  • Interact with other horse and mule organizations and enthusiasts
  • Educate the public on the virtues of gaited mules


The not-for-profit organization was founded in 1994. Gaited mules, mares, jacks and jennets may be registered. ​It's easy to join AGMA. Simply print and complete the membership form, checking the level that fits you best. Membership levels include Founding Charter, Family and Single.  Find out more in FORMS & RULES.

Walking Horse Owners Association presents

2019 Appalachian Horse Revival

16 Mule Classes

5/23/2019, 4 p.m. - 5/25/2019, 11 p.m.

Derickson Ag Complex Arena
25 Morehead State University Farm Drive

Morehead, KY 40351

alumni.moreheadstate.edu

equineevents@moreheadstate.edu
MSU Ag Office: 606-783-2662
Joe Fraley (MSU Farm Manager): 606-356-5025
Dr. Katelyn Kaufman (Equine Professor): 606-783-2665

2019 AGMA Annual Trail Ride

May 31 - June 2, 2019

Hang Em High Horse Camp

1611 High Moore Road
London, KY 40741

Some may arrive earlier in the week,

and get the party started.

Come when you can! 

Call Sunni for reservations: (606) 682-3370

American Gaited Mule Association

​​AGMA Youth Show

July 10, 2019, 6 p.m.

Shelbyville, TN


28th Annual Great Celebration

Mule and Donkey Show 

July 11 – 13, 2019

​Shelbyville, TN

25th

Anniversary

1993-2018

What is a 

Gaited Mule?

A gaited mule is any mule that

has a smooth gait other than a

walk, and one which is distinct

from a trot. Some gaits are 

single-foot, fox-trot, rack,

running walk, stepping pace,

paso fino, and other smooth gaits.

Whatever the gait may be called, its primary virtue is smoothness.  The gaited mule (or horse, for that matter) can be ridden farther without discomfort from the bouncing one experiences at a trot, and at a more manageable pace than a canter.  A gaited mule is great for trail riding.