Icelandic Horse

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Horse gathering - Laufskálarétt

Horses gathered from the mountain in the end of the summer in Laufskálarétt in Skagafjörður 2010.

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Icelandic Horses

Icelandic horses, near Blonduos, northern Iceland; summer, early afternoon

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The Icelandic horse is bred to have up to five gaits--walk, trot, canter, tolt, and flying pace. Not all Icelandics exhibit the flying pace. Work Horses, Cute Horses, All The Pretty Horses, Beautiful Horses, Horse Facts, Icelandic Horse, Horse Breeds, Animals, Donkeys

Gaits of the Icelandic Horse

The Icelandic horse is bred to have up to five gaits--walk, trot, canter, tolt, and flying pace. Not all Icelandics exhibit the flying pace. It is one of the few breeds that require a tolt and the trot. FEIF, International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations, defines the breeding standard as "to breed a versatile, consistent in gaits and reliable horse with good, clear gaits and an excellent, lively temperament. A horse that is beautiful when ridden – a true Icelandic 'gæðingur'.”…

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