An Icelandic horse named Stormsker became the first of its kind to have the honor of taking the bus.
Late on Monday evening, Guðrún Hrafnsdóttir, owner of Mósan, received a phone call telling her that WorldFeng's rules had been reviewed and that names with an article are now allowed.
WorldFeng project manager Jón Baldur Lorange explains that the Horse Naming Committee was put in place as a necessary evil.
A new study reveals that the genetic mutation for an ambling gait, found the Icelandic horse, first appeared in horses in Medieval England and was subsequently spread around by Viking traders.
The Icelandic horse and traditions surrounding it could possibly make UNESCO’s Heritage List within a few years.
Every fourth Icelandic horse in Denmark is too fat, according to a new study, and obesity is a large problem among the Icelandic horse in Denmark.
Last night, the ICE-SAR teams of Kjalarnes and Mosfellsbær were called out to save a horse in trouble.
Preparations are currently underway for the World Championship for Icelandic Horses, this year held in Herning, Denmark.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has completed its investigation into the drowning of 12 horses in Bessastaðatjörn pond outside Reykjavík late last year. Their death is not believed to have been the cause of negligence.