Wild Rose Icelandics, Sundre Alberta
From the pristine, natural and untamed island of Iceland, a land of astounding beauty, bold contrasts and extremes of volcanic fire and ice, breathtaking waterfalls, serene grasslands, mountains and deserts comes a horse that is as astonishingly unique and natural.
We are always accepting articles and images from Members to post on our website and Facebook page.
- How to Buy A Horse ....., by Corinne Kreigl
- New Article from Danielle Fulsher about her competitive trail experience. *** Articles ****
- Article from Holar University Graduate, Bergrún Ingólfsdóttir, providing insight into developing Tolt.
- For more info and articles about the Icelandic horse visit our Archives
The Canadian Icelandic Horse Federation is the guardian of this wonderful breed in Canada. The Federation is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Icelandic horse and the education of Icelandic owners. The Federation also serves as a networking hub for the exchange of information between members.
News & Updates
- The next Board meeting will be on Tuesday January 17, 2016. Please contact Gwen Edwards, Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any items added to the Agenda.
- Reminder, 2017 Membership dues are due. For information about renewing or becoming a Member please check out our 'Members Page'
- The upcoming AGM is scheduled for Sunday January 22nd, 2017. If there is anything Members would like to have added to the AGM Agenda please contact Secretary, Gwen Edwards via email: email@example.com
- Promote the Icelandic Horse with the CIHF Brochure. An informative pamphlet for Members and Icelandic horse farms to help promote the breed to new and experienced riders.
- The CIHF Board is happy to announce the approval of the new CIHF Code of Ethics which is now post at the following link ... Code of Ethics ...
For updates please see our Bulletin Board.
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