FEIF - International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations 
Vice President
Doug Smith

Doug Smith has been involved with Icelandic Horses since his retirement from the "dot com" world. Doug owns and breeds horses in both the United States and Iceland. Doug has been very active in the United States. He's held two national sport competition titles (four gait and loose rein tölt).

Doug has been the Sport Team Leader for the United States at three World Championships.

Doug served as the FEIF Director of Sport for four years and a board member for one year before.

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Breeding horse trainer seminars 2018
Are you training and presenting breeding horses? Then these seminars might be of interest for you!
Both seminars address...

FEIF Youth Award 2017
The Award 'FEIF Youth Country of the year 2017' went to Denmark.

Delegates' Assembly 2018
The FEIF Conference 2018 took place in Stockholm, Sweden and was organized with the great help of the Swedish Icelandic...

FEIF Trainer/Instructor of the Year 2017
The Award 'FEIF trainer/instructor of the Year 2017' goes to Alexandra Dannenmann from the United States of America, one of...

FEIF Award 2018
Þorvaldur Árnason received the FEIF Award for his great contribution to the breeding of the Icelandic horse all over the...

Annual YouthWork Meeting 2018
'Youth work is about the future' and so were most of the discussions in the FEIF Youth Meeting in Stockholm.

Annual Leisure Riding Meeting 2018
FEIF The exchange of information and experience from the countries was very positive and a lot of good ideas were discussed.

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