Iceland switches to FIPO

Iceland switches to FIPO

The Annual Meeting of LH, the Icelandic member association of FEIF, responsible for sport and gæðingakeppni in Iceland, agreed on October 30, 2004, to replace the national rules for sport events in Iceland by the international FIPO rules. FEIF considers this as...
Iceland switches to FIPO

FEIF Youth Camp 2005

The FEIF Youth Camp 2005 will be organised in Heimaland near Hvolsvellir, Iceland.Activities: horse riding, visit Armot (Haflidi Halldorsson) on horseback, swimming in Icelands famous warm swimmingpools, country sightseeing (more details will follow). Each member...
Iceland switches to FIPO

WorldRanking Awards 2005

Two new rankings are introduced in 2004 to celebrate the 10th season of the FEIF WorldRanking: the Four Gait Combination and the Five Gait Combination. The Four Gait Combination is based upon the results in Four Gait V1 and the best of Tölt T1 or Tölt T2. The Five...
Iceland switches to FIPO

Changes in FIPO: shoes

As of January 1, 2005, new rules for shoeing will be valid. The aim here is to be able to follow developments more easily, especially to encourage the use of lighter material. The main changes are: – to accept all material for shoes, as long as it is not heavier...
Iceland switches to FIPO

Changes in FIPO: bits

At the moment there are more bits that can be useful for Icelandic horses than are allowed in FIPO and there is no reason to forbid them. Up until now, only bits that are clearly described in FIPO are allowed. This means that new bits have to go a long way to get into...