Friday, May 16, 2008

Icelandic Ponies in Iceland

Not all Icelandic Ponies (aka Icelandic Horses) are raised wild and free, or kept in large pastures.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These horses are located on a horse rental, where people can go on tour on Icelandic horses.
Icelandic horses are raised wild and free until they're 4 years old, then they begin their training.
After that most horses go to a pasture in the summertime, and get back to the stables in december/januar and are again released to the pasture in about june/july.
You can't say that these horses aren't raised wild and free because they did, until they became 4, then they were trained and appeariantly they are so good with inexperienced people that they are used in horse rentals. Most of them get their brake in the summertime but others in other seasons.