Winter Riding In Iceland

Winter riding in Iceland

Horseback riding in winter is a completely different experience to riding during the warm summer months. Generally, in Iceland, we keep our horses out in the field from mid-summer until late December. The main reason for this is that Iceland…

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More About The Icelandic Horse

More about the Icelandic Horse

The Icelandic horses were brought to Iceland by the first Viking settlers during the years 874 - 930. Their boats were small, and only a few horses, the very best, were brought along. At an early stage, import of farm animals…

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Icelandic Horse

Icelandic horse

The history of the Icelandic Horse can be traced right back to the settlement of the country in the late 9th century. Viking settlers brought with them their best horses, from various origins, though mostly of Germanic descent. The breed…

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