FEIF - International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations
Youth Cup

The focus of the bi-annual FEIF YouthCup is on teamwork, sportsmanship, improved riding skills and cross-cultural friendships.

International Friendships
FEIF YouthCup is arranged every second year and consists of a week of intense training with respected instructors of international standing. The week ends in a competition with a range of youth classes on and off the oval track. Riders aged between 14 and 17 train and compete in international teams, with the aim of fostering friendship and an awareness of cultural difference. The language at all international FEIF events is English.

Usually, participants have some experience of competition riding. Most riders bring their own horses for the event, and for applicants from overseas, good rental horses are available.

Host countries:

1995 - Luxembourg
1996 - Norway
1998 - Iceland
2000 - Germany
2002 - Sweden
2004 - Netherlands
2006 - Austria
2008 - Switzerland
2010 - Denmark
2012 - Germany
2014 - Iceland
2016 - Netherlands
2018 - Sweden

 

 

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FEIF YouthCup 2018
Sweden is hosting this year's FEIF YouthCup, 28 July-4th August, Axevalla Travbana, Axvall, Sweden.

Horses or rabbits
FEIF The European Union is preparing the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 2020-2027.

Lokka-Mót 2018 in Ehndorf (DE) no longer WorldRanking Event
FEIF The event Lokka-Mót 2018 in Ehndorf (DE), scheduled 18-19 August 2018, will no longer be a WorldRanking event.

Mid European Championships (MEM)
From August 9-12, 2018 the Mid European Championships will take place in St.

Ride to Reykjavik
This year's FEIF virtual 'Ride to Reykjavík' has reached the final home stretch.

Landsmót 2018 in Reykjavík
One of the largest events of the 'International Iceland horse family' in 2018 will be Landsmót in Reykjavik.

Nordic Championships 2018 (NC)
The Nordic Championships for Icelandic horses will be held on August 7-12, 2018 at the beautiful competition grounds of...

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