Camargue Stud Farm
The Manade Coule was created in 1985 by Jacques Coule. Today his son, Maxime Coule, manages the breeding of their Camargue horses.
Carmargue horses are well known for their versality, their endurance and their easy handling.
To establish this stud farm, the breeder chose to locate in the Camargue delta which is where the race originates.
Here the foals are born and grow up within herds of Camargue horses in complete freedom on 100 hectares of pasture land.
The first stallion for breeding was registered in 1995. Since then, the breeders have won awards for the quality of their livestock several times.
The Marshes du Vigueirat present a great diversity of fauna and flora as well as an impressive mosaic of natural environments where you will find four herds of horses in addition to herds of bulls of the Camargue breed.
Morucha bulls are also bred here as well as sheep farming activity.
The horse riding trails here give you the opportunity to to discover the marshes of Vigueirat in an easygoing, peaceful way.