Iceland's economy is partially dependent on selling their horse outside of their country.
I think one of the hardest parts of selling the Icelandic Horse outside of their country, is learning about the target audience and customizing the product (the horse) to the market.
In the US and Canada, we ride much differently than in Iceland. We like a horse well-trained in basics and fundamentals, which are not-so-important to Icelanders. We like our horses calm and willing to please; whereas it seems that they like them more on the nervous and sensitive side.
Promoters and horse traders have popped up all over the place. We've seen some of them practice unethically.
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