FEIF - International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations 
President

The President of FEIF is the head of the Board of Directors and in charge of the office of FEIF. The board of FEIF continuously works on delivering on and developing further the vision, mission and goals of FEIF. 

 

Gunnar Sturluson has been involved with Icelandic horses from his childhood, travelling, competing and breeding. He has one daughter, Borghildur born 1998 and she is involved in the horses together with Gunnar. They breed horses and run a training station for horses at their farm in Hrísdalur on Snæfellsnes in West-Iceland. At Hrísdalur they keep and work with around 100 horses on a yearly basis, the stable is for 35 riding horses and 15 foals and they have 6-8 new foals per year. In 2013 Hrísdalur was nominated as one of 10 breeding farms of the year in Iceland.

In his daily life, he is Partner at LOGOS legal services based in Reykjavík and practices corporate and commercial law. He tries to ride as much as possible and a few years ago he started competing again after 17 years of rest. His best moments are on horseback at the yellow sand beaches of Snæfellsnes.

Gunnar was chairman of Snæfellingur riding club in West Iceland from 2007-2012, as well as a board member and vice chairman of Landssamband Hestamannafélaga (LH) from 2008 to 2012. Gunnar has been member of the FEIF Board since 2011.

 

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Horses of Iceland - survey deadline June 30, 2017
Remember to complete the international survey sent out by 'Horses of Iceland'.

Breeders' Boulevard - World Championships 2017
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Out to Oirschot 2017
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Survey - Horses of Iceland
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FEIF Youth Video Competition
Remember the deadline for this year's FEIF video competition is 31st of May.

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FEIF YouthCamp 2017
Belgium - land of chocolate, lace and fantastic horses - is the destination for this year's FEIF Youth Camp, 11-18 July.

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