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We give our young horses the best possible chance to grow out well and in a herd situation. They are able to build up their muscles running in a couple of big, hilly paddocks. There they learn the herd dynamics, pecking order and respect of older horses. Caracol, our old Paso Fino gelding unfortunately can't be ridden anymore due to an injury, that is why he is playing baby sitter to all the youngsters. He is the boss of the herd and looks out for all of them.

Solstjarna from Litli Stadur
FEIF: AU2018203051
DOB: 27. 11. 2018
Hrafn from Litli Stadur
FEIF: AU2015103051
DOB: 03. 11. 2015
Draumey from Litli Stadur
FEIF: AU2018203052
DOB: 9. 12. 2018
draumey may 2020.jpg



S:  DE2007141521    Lotto von Svada-Kol-Kir

M: CA2004201937   Freyja fra Iliff's Icelandics

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S:  DE2007141521    Lotto von Svada-Kol-Kir

M: AU2007205001  Sunna from Ozlandics


Draumey is a very interestingly marked filly with tons of tolt and pace! She has really nice supple movements and will stay in our herd for now.

Melodia from Litli Stadur
FEIF: AU2019203053
DOB: 15. 1. 2019
melodia may 2020



S:  CA2002101626   Dagfari fra Clear Lake Farm

M: US2004202667  Funa from Icelandic Magic


Hrafn is a well put together black gelding with lots and lots of tolt and most likely pace. He is developing into a lovely horse with lots of potential as a great riding horse. We will keep Hrafn as a future riding gelding.




S:  DE2007141521    Lotto von Svada-Kol-Kir

M: US2004202667   Funa from Icelandic Magic


Melodia is a lovely looking filly with lots of potential. She will stay in our herd for now as a future breeding mare.



I certainly don't want to forget about my trusted geldings who play an important role within our herd. 

Sörli from Haldane Icelandics
FEIF: AU2003103002
DOB: 23. 10. 2003 - 13.03.2017

Sörli is my most trusted and reliable horse. He is one of my first horses I bought after moving to Australia. I have had him since he is two years old and started him under saddle myself. He and I have been to many different places and events. Sörli has played the baby sitter to a lot of the foals after weaning or travel companion on the float.


He is five gaited but not trained in pace. His tolt and his trot are easy to ride for every one. Unfortunately Sorli passed away suddenly in March 2017.


Paso Fino
DOB: 1998
Skelmir from Litli Stadur
FEIF: AU2008103050
DOB: 2. 11. 2008

Skelmir was my second foal I ever bred. His father is Undri fra Icelandic Horse Farm who is standing in Canada. Skelmir served as a breeding stallion up to November 2014. He has several lovely and easy going offspring.

Skelmir is started under saddle and shows tolt and trot. He is not very tall but with his impressive mane he looks very nice. On top of his good looks he has a fantastic personality and temperament.


 Skelmir lives in Northern Victoria as a companion horse at the moment.

Caracol is my only non Icelandic. I bought him at a dispersal sale a few years ago. He is a very well trained and fun to ride gelding. Unfortunately he got injured a while ago and can't be ridden at the moment. 

Caracol is enjoying his retirement in a big paddock with the youngsters though and is a very good baby sitter and protector of the herd.

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