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  • Take It Isi – Scotland’s own regional Icelandic horse group, called which holds regular courses, displays and social events.
  • Solva Icelandic Horses – Based in South West Wales. Carefully raised homebred horses for sale.  Sole British agent for DeMeulenkamp Itch Off sweet itch blankets and hoods. Also unique hand painted needle felted & silk artwork and clothing featuring Icelandics.
  • Caehaf Icelandics – Icelandic horse breeder in Diss, Norfolk.
  • Edda Hestar – Website of Smari and Mandy Slater, offering training, horses for sale, courses, holidays, and the Smari Saddle. Carmarthenshire.
  • IceTack – Tack for Icelandics, based in the UK.
  • Midfield Farm, Cumbria – Horses sometimes for sale. Also the home of Trapezius saddles.
  • Oakfield Icelandics – In East Dorset. Horses for sale.
  • Andrew Carson Icelandic Horses – Breeder in Northumberland.
  • Pentland Hills Icelandics – Livery, training and horses for sale in the Borders of Scotland.
  • Little Viking Horse – Website of the famous Fleygur in South Shropshire.
  • TopReiter in the UK – Source of TopReiter goods for Icelandic Horses/Riders. Also suppliers of Ron Fields natural remedies.
  • Tweed Icelandic Riding Club (TIRC) – Website of Tweed Icelandic Riding Club.
  • Horseplay Equestrian Clothing – Source of riding goods for the Icelandic Rider and Horse.
  • Connegar Farm – Website of the Adams’ in Dorset. Homebred and imported horses for sale, training, source of TopReiter goods for Icelandic horse and rider and suppliers of PAVO feeds and Ron Fields Nutrition.
  • Houlls Horses and Hounds – Riding lessons and Horse Trekking with Icelandic’s in Shetland.

  • FEIF – The international Icelandic Horse organisation, they have links to web sites from member countries all over the world.
  • Hestakaup.com – An independent, non-commercial site offering fantastic online videos, stories and general information about Icelandic horses and the way they are bred, raised and trained in Iceland.