Lake Nowhere Judah

Judah was foaled on March 29th, 2016. He is a gorgeous blue roan jack with a blaze, primitive striping, a shoulder cross, excellent bone and superb breeding and conformation.  His sire, AMJR PCF Genesis (own son of Preacher, grandson of BullyBoy and great grandson of Jen Jack), has one of the finest heritage American bloodlines in the US. Lake Nowhere Judah will join his Genesis-bred 1/2 brothers; Jubal in Puerto Rico, Kagen in Israel and Asher – soon to be in China – in producing outstanding, athletic, intelligent, kind mules here in Colorado.

Judah exemplifies everything General George Washington was aspiring to produce when, in 1786 he bred his first Spanish jack to a Maltese jennet to create, what would become known as, the American Mammoth Jackstock donkey breed to improve mule production in the colonies. Two hundred and twenty years later, we are proud to continue his vision and legacy. Judah is already gaiting in the pasture and comes from gaited stock that consistently passes gait to even non-gaited mares.   Judah has an extremely calm and gentle disposition.  As a 6 month old he visited out local senior center, he has been the star of two events to raise money for our local animal shelter, and he will be trained under saddle and to pull a cart as soon as he is physically mature enough.  His sire has produced many exceptional mules and he is out of the world renowned mammoth donkey breeding program, Lake Nowhere Mule and Donkey Farm.  Judah is standing stud at West Elk Equine Spring 2018 to approved mares.  We are offering live cover and will be offering shipped semen starting spring 2019.  Please e-mail us at for more information and our breeding contract.

West Elk Equine

Katherine Browne
Call for our address Gunnison CO 81230
p: (970) 275-9870

About West Elk Equine

Nestled in the beautiful Ohio Creek Valley in Gunnison Colorado, West Elk Equine is truly paradise on earth. I have been riding, training, and showing horses and mules since I was six years old.

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