Awesome prizes to win

Author: Nadine Engel

The last two days of the Championships are ahead of us and with them the last chance to try your luck in the tombola and buy a lot for the daily drawing. You may get one of the many attractive instant wins, too.

Take a chance! Get your lot at booth 16 in the market area or look out for the girls with a vendors’ tray. They will happily provide you with lots.

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50 years of FEIF

„FEIF unites people in their passion for the Icelandic horse!“

Author: Nicole de Boer

In 1969, a group of Icelandic horse enthusiasts started FEIF in Germany. The name of the organization was a statement of what they were: friends of the Icelandic Horse: Federation of European Icelandic Horse Friends (FEIF). Nowadays, FEIF stands for International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations and represents Icelandic horse associations in 21 countries with more than 80.000 members in total. Its vision is to unite people in their passion for the Icelandic horse.

FEIF has made history since then. It mana- ged to make the Icelandic horse more widely known. It is a binding element for the international Icelandic horse world, while building bridges between cultures and languages and political differences. With endless work and enthusiasm FEIF has thus secured the pure breeding of the Icelandic horse.

To learn more about FEIF, please see the booklet at the FEIF booth (next to the Tent 16) that describes its 50 years’ history.

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Groupies of the WM2019 of Icelandic Horses

Author: Íris Jónsdóttir

The Icelandic audience has been making its mark: cheering and roaring for every rider they think needs a bit of help: “We rejoice with other nations’ audience when their riders do good, with a thumbs up or a high five. We have to make sure our riders know we’ve got their backs and we can see their face change when they hear us. We’re here to do our part”.

One of the Icelandic team’s officials, Stefán Logi Haraldsson, emphasizes the importance of good preparation and making the audience notable for the riders: “It’s just like football or handball: you have to get people excited and involved with the team. They give the riders this little extra something that makes them go the extra mile”.

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