On May 1, let your Icelandic horse open up a world of adventure for your family, friends, and acquaintances – especially those unfamiliar to the breed – by inviting them along to experience all its fantastic characteristics!
Help us celebrate and share our love for the Icelandic horse on TikTok! Post a short video of you and your horse* on TikTok by 1 May using the hashtags #horsesoficeland and #dayoftheicelandichorse. The video with the most likes will win a fabulous prize:
- A full bridle set from Hrímnir(pictured below)
- A year subscription to the online educational community with Ask Guðmar
- A year subscription to Alendis
*Please keep animal welfare in mind.
Hrímnir’s Blue Lagoon headstall.
The design of the beautiful brow bands is based on ancient images from the times of the Vikings, connecting the modern Icelandic horse to its long tradition. This Heritage headstall features rhinestones embedded in the brow band in colours inspired by Icelandic nature.
– The comfortable Heritage headstalls are made of high-quality leather.
– The buckles are made of stainless steel with rolls enabling easy and quick adjustments.
– Buckle guards prevent pinching.
Ask Gudmar is an online educational community featuring weekly videos and Facebook live discussions. Guðmar Þór Pétursson is the manager and owner of Hestaland (offering riding instruction, tours and treks), an accpomplished competition rider and professional riding instuctor.
Alendis is an online streaming service dedicated to Icelandic equestrian sports. It offers live streaming from all major tournaments and events in Iceland and has around 300 hours of contents in its archives. It’s the perfect programmes for horse lovers in the middle of a world pandemic!
You can also organise an Open House day at the stable, invite your friends along for a short visit or even a daylong ride to experience the magic of nature and the outdoors.
Share your moments with fans all over the world by posting photos/videos on your preferred social media with the hashtag #horsesoficeland and #dayoftheicelandichorse.
You are welcome to fill out the below word file with your own programme and print it.
1. May 2021 – 2. May 2021