In 2002, the Board of FEIF decided to establish a new prize: the FEIF Feather Prize.
The aim of this prize is to encourage good riding and good horsemanship, a tribute to feather light riding. The awarded rider sets an example to the Icelandic Horse World.
The FEIF Feather Prize is awarded once a year on a specific event to a specific rider.
2016: the German Young Rider Franziska Hunz at the FEIF YouthCup 2016 in Exloo, Netherlands.
2015: the Swedish Rider Þorvaldur Árnason at the World Championships 2015 in Herning, Denmark.
2014: the Dutch Young Rider Britta van der Linden at the FEIF YouthCup 2014 in Hólar, Iceland.
2013: the Icelandic rider Bergþór Eggertsson at the World Championships 2013 in Berlin, Germany.
2012: the Icelandic Young rider Snorri Egholm Þorsson at the FEIF YouthCup 2012 in Verden, Germany.
2011: the Norwegian rider Anne Stine Haugen at the World Championships 2011 in St Radegund, Austria.
2010: the Dutch Young Rider Bo Cavens at the FEIF YouthCup 2010 in Kalø, Denmark.
2009: the Swedish rider Guðmundur Einarsson at the World Championships 2009 in Brunnadern, Switzerland.
2008: the Icelandic Young Rider Ástríður Magnúsdóttir at the FEIF YouthCup 2008 in Brunnadern, Switzerland.
2007: the German rider Lena Trappe at the World Championships 2007 in Oirschot, Netherlands.
2006: the Swiss Young Rider Andrea Balz at the FEIF YouthCup 2006 in St. Radegrund, Austria.
2005: the Norwegian rider Stian Pedersen at the World Championships in Norrköping, Sweden.
2004: the Icelandic rider Þorvaldur Árni Þorvaldsson at Landsmót in Hella, Iceland.
2003: the German Young Rider Frauke Schenzel at the World Championships in Herning, Denmark.
2002: the Danish Young Rider Stephanie Nielsen at the International Youth Competition in Herning, Denmark.