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Leisure Riding - Denmark

 

General country info

  • Language: Danish, but English is generally spoken by everybody. In tourist areas most people speak German as well.
  • Currency: Danish Kroner
  • Inhabitants: App. 5.5 Mio
  • Telephone firefighter/Police/Ambulance: 112
  • Around 200,000 horses in Denmark of which around 25,000 are Icelandic horses.
  • approximately 170,000 riders in total (approx. 8,000 of them in the Danish Icelandic Horse Association.) 
  • The horse sector generates 24,77 billion Kr. (3,5 billion Euro) annually and employs 21,000 people in full-time jobs. 

Access to nature

  • great potential for riding in the countryside.
  • extensive farmland with lots off-tracks and beautiful forests
  • Forests cover 13% of Denmark, 72% of all Danish forest is private. In private forest riding is forbidden, but some owners sell licenses. In public forests non-commercial riding is free.

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Trainer of the Year Voting
We are excited to announce the nominees for the Trainer/Instructor of the Year 2018! The honor is awarded to seven...

FEIF Sport Judges Seminar 2019
A small number of seats is still available for national as well as international sport judges (Stansted, London, March 2019)...

Registration for relay rides has started
As much as the Icelandic-horse world is looking forward to the bi-annual festival of sport and breeding competitions, there...

FEIF YouthCamp 2019
The 2019 FEIF YouthCamp will take place 7-14th July and is hosted in Iceland.

Ringmaster seminar 2019
FEIF The 3rd FEIF Ringmaster meeting will be organized from March 23-24, 2019 in Gardermoen, Norway.

FEIF Youth country of the Year 2018
The deadline for submitting national reports is 15th January and the award is given annually to the national association...

Instagram winner in the FEIF advent calendar 2018
The picture that received most likes is this stunning photo of the very handsome Fengur frá Miðdal - congratulations,...

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