The Icelandic Horse
The Icelandic Horse is a fascinating horse breed with unique qualities. In this large format book you will find the most comprehensive information about it ever published. Supplemented by extensive photographic material and illustrations, many published for the first time, this book examines all aspects of the species. The Icelandic horse, shaped by the harsh elements and the freedom of Icelandic nature, is now recognised and sought after worldwide and bred to the highest standards. Horse lovers will find "The Icelandic Horse" an indispensable companion to further their interest in this unique breed. Reviews from readers of the Icelandic Horse book “The Icelandic Horse is very beautiful, informative, comprehensive and filled with the most powerful pictures . a “must have” for all the Icelandic horse fans.” -Marit Jonsson, former president of FEIF “I truly love this book. It gives you a very wide perspective of the world of the Icelandic horse, it looks great and the pictures are superb.” -Ewald Isenbügel, the first president of FEIF “If the authors were stallions they would get a first prize for this book.” -Dr. Ágúst Sigurðsson, Rector of Agricultural University of Iceland, Hrose-breeding consultant “This is the most precious gift of the year.” -Max Indermaur, Horse-breeder, Switzwerland “In your hand you hold a great book about Icelandic horses. You can look forward to a magical exploration of the history of the Icelandic horse, both ancient and contemporary.” -From the introduction to The Icelandic Horse by Tone Kolnes, President of FEIF. Hardcover, 416 pages with over 700 pages and 55 drawings and charts.

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