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How Iceland Horses Colonized and Breeding Today
 By Winniefield Park   •   4th Jun 2021   •   507 views   •   0 comments


Almost one hour in length, this documentary explores how the equines that are now called Iceland Horses arrived on the island of Iceland, how they affected the colonization of Iceland over 1000 years ago and how they continue to influence the life of the Icelandic people today. Join the family of an Icelandic breeder as they tend their broodmares and foals, look for suitable stock and share some lore and facts along the way.
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