Little Mule...

... is a small family run farm on the edge of the danish fishing village Klitmøller.

In addition to accommodation of residential and training horses, riding and teaching in Horsemanship and Western Riding  the breeding of Amercan Quarter Horses is our main task. The American Quarter Horse stallion "Optimum Conclusion" is home here.

Our concept includes a solid, team-building training of humans and horses, both in horsemanship and western riding, as well as the welfare orientated animal housing. This includes an age appropriate education, a balanced nutrition as well as the daily grazing in the flock.

Additionally the human interaction is important to us, so that you can be aware of an always helpful and friendly atmosphere.

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Klitmøller...

... is one of the two villages, situated in the middle of Denmark's largest nature reserve, established in 2008, the National Park Thy. The national park is located in an up to 12 km wide belt along the west coast from Agger Tange in the south to Hanstholm in the north. There is a vast and unspoiled natural area totaling 244 km2. In the national park, you can move between large, wind-swept plains and fragrant pine forests, situated in the sparkling waves in the North Sea or take a walk through cool forests and shifting dunes. There are many good walks along also leading to large lakes that are perfect for bathing and relaxation.

Klitmøller itself is known for its huge waves and popular among surfers. Here you can experience the highest waves in Denmark, where the northwest wind causes the large swells of the Atlantic shore. These large waves formed on the long road to Iceland and the Faroe Islands to the Danish coast. Since 2010 Klitmøller is known as "Cold Hawaii" because it is the venue for PWA WORLD CUP Tour, one of the biggest world windsurfing championships.