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Icelandic Horse

Icelandic Horse:The Icelandic horse is a breed of horse developed in Iceland. Although the horses are small, at times pony-sized, most registries for the Icelandic refer to it as a horse. Icelandic horses are long-lived and hardy.

Nordsvensk - north swedish horse One day i will have one of these. So beautiful!

Nordsvensk Brukshäst or The North Swedish Horse is a small heavy horse originating in Sweden. According to different sources, it is considered a light draft horse or a "universal type horse".

What an amazing horse! Gorgeous horse photography.

♂ Wild life animal photography "Buckskin Gypsy Vanner Stallion MVP Segway" by Stephanie Moon. The mane of this horse is really stunning

First celebrities were “dancing on ice”, and now horses are too — for the first time in Britain, horses will be taking to the ice for a one-off performance

Ponies on ice comes to Britain for the first time

Icelandic horse - Ice Tölt- someday ill have one, just my size and beautiful too!-----this one's for Cindy.

Palomino Morgan Stallion - owned by Gab Creek Farm - Photo by Laura Behning

Palomino Morgan stallion in a hackamore - 'Gab Creek Golden Vaquero' (photo by Laura Behning)

Icelandic Horse with gorgeous golden full bushy mane and fuzzy hair. So cute! Mountains and other horses in the background.

“There is no more sagacious animal than the Icelandic horse. He is stopped by…

Best costume for a horse I hVe ever seen!

Funny pictures about A horse's Halloween costume. Oh, and cool pics about A horse's Halloween costume. Also, A horse's Halloween costume.

Ride an Icelandic (in Iceland would be preferable. During the Icelandic Horse Festival would be a bonus.)

Ride an Icelandic (in Iceland would be preferable. During the Icelandic Horse Festival would be a bonus.

The Enchanted Cove

My teen daughter Avery would love this picture! She never let go of the "little girl loves ponies" stage. I bet she will own horses some day :)


Here's a creature that we must learn to look and not try to domesticate! That's the beauty of mother nature.