FALL 2016 ULLA HUDSON WINDSONG CLINIC SEPTEMBER 2016


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The Icelandic Horse


If you have never ridden or seen an Icelandic horse you are in for an exciting experience. One of the gentlest of horses, the Icelandic is known as the “horse of the Vikings.” For over a thousand years the breed was developed and maintained in isolation in Iceland of extremely pure stock.


Today’s horse is used increasingly where endurance and strength need to be combined with good nature and intelligence.The Icelandic is not a pony, do not be deceived by the relatively small size. Many large men ride this horse with great comfort and ease. The Icelandic has five natural gaits.


Today's Icelandic is truly a horse of many uses. Great around the family, out on the trail and even for a little dressage! Windsong Icelandics is the center for Icelandic Horses In North America. We are passionate about Icelandics and wherever you are in North America we can help you with your Icelandic horse needs.


Windsong and Ulla Hudson have extensive experience importing  Icelandic horses from Iceland and dressage prospects and mature horses from Germany, With over 25 years experience importing horses, we feel confident that we can find your new equine partner. We have an extensive network of breeders and agents who can find your horse for you.


Ulla is an internationally qualified dressage and Icelandic teacher, instructor, trainer and rider. She has ridden and trained to Grand Prix and is available as a clinician for Icelandic and dressage clinics in Europe and North America. She is an experienced clinician at all levels through FEI.  


EVENTS -ULLA HUDSON CLINIC OCTOBER 2016

Schedule your Icelandic clinic with Ulla Hudson


Windsong Icelandics
Ulla Hudson Reitlehrer, German F.N. Trainer "A"
The Home For the Icelandic horse In North America,South of Santa Fe, East of Albuquerque, NM
733 State Road 344, Cedar Grove, Santa Fe, NM 87015, USA
505-615-5050 
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www.windsongicelandics.com