Icelandic horses are among the oldest and purest horse breeds currently in existence, with a history dating back more than 12,000 years. They are often referred to as Viking horses because the Vikings transported them to Iceland in the eighth century, according to aubtu.
These horses are 12-14 hands high (4 to 5 feet tall) and weigh 600-900 pounds. They might not be very big in size, but do not call them ponies! They are mighty and are the strongest breed in the world. Despite having a lively temperament and a strong character, they are very friendly, easy to handle, and love people.
The previous few summers, a Swedish photographer by the name of Lina Kronholm traveled to Iceland to take pictures of the Icelandic horse. Enjoy these pictures of this stunning breed by scrolling down !
Icelandic horses are wonderful creatures. They are some of the most compassionate horses in the world, despite having long, hairy coats, thick manes, and fringe. In addition, they are genetically distinct.
The reality shows that Icelandic Horse is such a unique breed that can easily withstand Iceland’s harsh climate because they haven’t been exposed to any other horse DNA over the years. Despite being such a strong breed, Icelandic horses look so majestic as well.
We should not forget to praise the photographer for such an amazing work of art.
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