What Makes Icelandic Horses Unique
Icelandic horses are horse breeding type characterized by small pony bodies. The horses are found commonly in Iceland with a height ranging between 120 and 130 centimeters from the ground and a weight of about 330 to 380 kilograms.
Despite the horses being pony, they have strong bodies with great personality making them to live long and remain hardy. The strong bodies are usually attributed to dense bones within their compacted body. This makes them very ideal in carrying heavy men at higher speed. In Iceland, the horses are used for traditional farming, leisure and racing. Icelandic horses are known to have a long life which can go up to 40 years and above depending with how the horses are managed and Continue reading