Horses of Iceland
Bring you close to nature
Feel the pulse of the city as the hoofbeats of Icelandic horses set the rhythm for a mesmerizin...
Meistaradeild KS: We have winners!
Védís Huld Sigurðardóttir and Team Íbíshóll rocked the show throughout the Meistaradeild KS sea...
Líflands' Champions League: what a season
The riders in Lífland‘s Champions League kept us on our toes right up until the end this year!
The five Gaits
The horses of Iceland are a so-called gaited horse breed. This means that most Icelandic horses have two extra gaits to offer besides walk, trot and canter/gallop. All horse breeds have these three natural gaits and can perform them without training. The extra gaits that set the Icelandic horse apart from other breeds are called tölt and flying pace.