Harmony Icelandics offers a lesson program for beginning and intermediate riders, a breeding program, and desires to help others in the area find the right Icelandic horse for their needs.
Owner Virginia Lauridsen is a member of the Icelandic Horse Congress and has completed the Riding Badge Program levels 1-7. She and Harmony staff offer lessons to beginning and intermediate riders on stable-owned horses and customer horses.
Lessons with Virginia are $60 per hour.
Lessons with Harmony staff are $50 per hour.
Advanced riders may schedule lessons with Guðmundur Skúlason (Mummi) during one of is biannual visits to Iowa.
Lessons with Mummi are $80.
Stallion Gosi frá Lambastöðum IS2001138455 stands at stud at Harmony Icelandics. Gosi is a highly evaluated four-gaited Icelandic, who also carries the gene for pace. Gosi is noted for his superior conformation, earning a score of 8.39. He has an extraordinary mane and tail, calm temperament, smooth tölt and lovely canter, but most impressive is his extremely calm temperament. Gosi has competed in high level shows in both the United States and Iceland, including the 2012 Landsmót. He was awarded first place in T1 (Advanced Tölt) at the 2017 World Ranking Show in Shelbyville, Kentucky. Gosi is available for live cover and AI to registered Icelandic mares.
For information on scores and breeding fees, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
horses for sale
Harmony Icelandics is proud to work with Hallkelsstaðahlíð, a breeding and training farm located on 10,000 acres of Iceland’s most beautiful countryside, to breed and import horses for sale. Hallkelsstaðahlíð foals 10-12 Icelandics each year, with breeding goals of producing well-tempered, talented horses which are easy to train and handle.