Press & Photos
We’ve put together a few albums of photos to illustrate life at the Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm.
It is our pleasure to inform you that Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm has been selected for the 2020 Best of Moretown Awards in the category of Horseback Riding.
For details and more information please view our website:
2020 Best of Moretown Awards – Horseback Riding
Yankee Magazine, October 4, 2019, "10 Places to Visit in New England in Fall"
Tired of enjoying those gorgeous mountain views on foot? Do it on horseback instead!
USA Today , April 30, 2010, “10 Great Places to Go Horseback Riding” , Darley Newman, host/producer of PBS’ Equitrekking, comments, “Icelandic horses have been bred over the centuries to conquer the elements and terrain in Iceland, so riding year-round in Vermont is not a problem for the horses.”
The Boston Globe, February 26, 2006, “Vermont village marries rustic and relaxed”
“In a couple of miles, North Fayston Road takes you to the Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm, which offers gorgeous, stocky equines with flowing manes and tails.”
Vermont Magazine, July/August 2004, “Riding Icelandic Style,” by Nancy Marie Brown, photography by Charles Fergus.
“Just outside Waitsfield, there’s an empty saddle with your name on it.”
Horse Illustrated, February 2004, “Exploring new directions on horseback,” by Cynthia McFarland.
Yankee Magazine, December 2003, “Secrets of the Valley”
“The small, shaggy, but energetic horses have spawned a cult following in the U.S., with particularly devout boosters in the Valley.”
USA Today, November 6, 2003, “Try a double shot of old New England”
The Boston Globe, June 5, 2003, “Skipping the slopes in Vermont”
Yankee Magazine, “Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm, Editors’ Choice 2002”
Outside Magazine, 2002 Family Travel Guide, “Ride horseback through Vermont”
Rutland Herald and (Barre-Montpelier) Times Argus, January 11, 2001, “Winter riding a speciality at Waitsfield farm”
The New York Times, October 1, 1999, “Riding a rare breed of horse”
“The scenery was magnificent, and the ride was well organized, but the horses were the real trip.”
Horse News Online, “You can enjoy riding Icelandics in Vermont”, by Bonnie Slotnick