The Evaluation for the Icelandic Horse is very detailed. It is useful to look at the form on the FEIF web site www.feif.org and WorldFengur www.worldfengur.com to understand a final Evaluation Score. A full evaluation score includes CONFORMATION AND RIDEABILITY. An understanding of these scores increases an understanding of exactly what you are seeing when you go to consider purchasing an Icelandic horse. It also helps you to know what questions to ask of the owner.
Icelandic Horse Sales - Lessons - Boarding - Training
Rural Lamont County, AB, T0B 4J0
Aria from Icelandic Meadows [Can]2491
Sire: Skirnir from Fitjamyri
SS: Ari from Beavertail Meadows
SD: Erpa from Fitjamyri
Dam: Freyja from Icelandic Meadows
DS: Hegri fra Skalakoti
DD: Skola from Fitjamyri
2013 sorrel mare, maturing to 14+ hh (currently around 13.3 hh).
Aria is a beautiful sorrel mare, strongly built with nice proportions. She loves people and will follow you around everywhere. Aria has been growing up in a herd of other Icelandic horses and is very friendly. She has shown all 5 gaits in pasture. With gentle training at riding age, she will make a great family horse to be enjoyed by all (future rider weight recommendation: up to 220 lbs). This sweet, "little" filly is up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and is enjoying regular hoof trims.
Aria has recently learned to tie and trailer, and is unfazed by tarps in the wind or the saddle.
2013 bay pinto mare, maturing to 14+ hh (currently around 13.3 hh).
Elska is a beautiful bay pinto mare, strongly built with nice proportions. She loves people and will follow you around everywhere. Elska has been growing up in a herd of other Icelandic horses and is very friendly. She has shown all 5 gaits in pasture. With gentle training at riding age, she will make a great family horse to be enjoyed by all (future rider weight recommendation: up to 220 lbs). This sweet, "little" filly is up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and is enjoying regular hoof trims.
Elska has recently learned to tie and trailer, and is unfazed by tarps in the wind or the saddle.
The following Icelandic horses are for sale by Chris Bibbs. The horses are located on Vancouver Island at my place between Nanaimo
and Ladysmith out in Yellowpoint, 15 mins from Duke Point Ferries.
Contact via: firstname.lastname@example.org / phone 250-722-2374.
Born May 2013. Chestnut. He shows all five gaits in the field. Going to be a tall boy, standing all ready at 13.2hh.He is a very good looking boy. Vakur ties, cross ties and long lines. He can be led at a walk, trot and tolt. Dam is Kolfinna Fra Bretta Ranch CAN 1401, first prize mare in confirmation and second prize over all. Sire is Hegri Gra Skalakoti -
Born in 1999. Red and white pinto gelding. He stand 13 hh. Raffal is nice, responsive and a pleasure to work with both on the ground and under saddle. He is five gaited. Also, a great trail horse with other horses or by himself. Raffal has been shown in Icelandic pleasure classes and gaited horse shows placing in the ribbons. He would be able to be shown in sport classes. Raffal would be suited to an intermediate to experienced rider. Raffal has always been barefoot. He is all up to date on his vaccines and worming.
Registry name and number:Raffal Fra Liffs Icelandics - FEIF CA 1999101477
Alsvinnur, born 2009
Sire: First Prize Stallion Logi fra Skardi
Dam: Tivsta vom Sandloh by First Prize Stallion Gilfi vom Ponsheimer Hof
Elegant chestnut gelding with star and small snip; 14hh
Alsvinnur was bred, born and raised in Ontario/Canada by Kordula Reinhartz . Kordula has over 35 years experience with Icelandic Horses growing up with Icelandic Horses in Germany.
Alsvinnur has been started under saddle in the fall of 2013. He was then ridden for about 5 months (approximate duration of the riding season in Northern Ontario) each in 2014 and 2015.
Alsvinnur was mostly ridden on the trails and along the side roads in the company of experienced horses. He also has participated in Fall Fair Parades and has been on display at Fall Fairs. Alsivinnur ponies very well and is familiar with jumping obstacles up to 2 feet. He is well-mannered, easy to handle, loads and trailers well. Alsvinnur is healthy and up-to-date all vaccinations. Alsvinnur is great to ride in a group, does not get competitive, does not mind being in the back or the front of a group.
Aslvinnur offers a smooth tolt easily and also has nice basic gaits. He would make a quality trail and entry level competition horse for an intermediate rider at his current level of training. Once Alsvinnur has a few more miles on him and more experience he should become a pleasant, versatile riding horse even for beginners.
Alsvinnur is looking for a new permanent home. A good home and suitable rider is most important. Asking CDN 6,800. Since trailering fee is a major factor in North-America, this price is negotiable. Not interested in trading. Serious inquiries only. Reason for selling is personal circumstances – must sell.
Contact: Kordula Reinhartz; email@example.com; phone 705-387-4038