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ridiculously gorgeous equines

Icelandic Horse beautiful creatures it like the lambo of the animal world

myequinedlife: she is great!! http://www.gigjaeinars.com/gallery/56656/horses/

This horse is photographed in the soft light of spring at Vík in South Iceland, close to the amazing black sand beach Reynisfjara. Photo by Gigja Einars.

Love Love Love Icelandic ponies!

If the mane aint flyin you aint tryin. Icelandic horses are my favorite

"You cannot trap his spirit, or be his master, for his soul alone is purer; his body rippled with muscle, more powerful.  His heart more forgiving than your own." (http://www.annabelchaffer.com/categories/Equestrian-Gifts/ )

"You cannot trap his spirit, or be his master, for his soul alone is purer; his body rippled with muscle, more powerful. His heart more forgiving than your own.

Studies have shown that a horse can remember, and will gravitate, toward a human with whom they’ve had a positive experience. It is believed their ability to form bonds with humans stems from the long-term familial relationships they forge with other horses in the wild.

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I love the Icelandic horse. This mare and here foal I found in my old hometown Mosfellsbær. Eythor Árnason

I love the Icelandic horse. This mare and her foal I found in my old hometown Mosfellsbær.

Icelandic horse. One of Icelander Chantal Jonkergouw's herd of original type Icelandic horses.

One of Icelander Chantal Jonkergouw's herd of original type Icelandic horses.

Featured Stallion Hektor owned by Engholm

Featured Stallion Hektor, Icelandic Pony, owned by Engholm

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Icelandic horse. A very independent country which has virtually no serious infectious diseases, Iceland doesn't permit any  horse to be imported into it, and any Icelandic horse that is exported cannot return. photo: Gigja Einarsdottir.

A very independent country which has virtually no serious infectious diseases, Iceland doesn't permit any horse to be imported into it, and any Icelandic horse that is exported cannot return.

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