Nedri Bakki

TWO TRAINERS FROM HOLÁR, ICELAND AT NEÐRI BAKKI, AUCKLAND Neᴆri Bakki will host two highly educated trainers, Guðbjörg Matthíasdóttir and Ólöf Rún Guðmundsdóttir, on site… Read More »

Tindur from Neðri Bakka

Tindur is a gelding born in 2010, and trained in Spring 2014. His training was ongoing and he has developed into a superb riding horse! Tindur has defined gaits, which includes a flowing and smooth tolt, as well as a strong and springing canter/gallop. He is easy to work with, and he oozes charm and character. As well as being calm and easy going, Tindur is eager to work for the rider and yields well to the aids. His balance is excellent, and this is clearly shown in his tolt.

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Eldbrún from Neðri Bakka

 

Eldbrún is a bay mare born in 2010. She is after our 1. class mare Eldfim frá Narfastöðum. She has a very good confirmation and will, like her sisters, will be an excellent breeding mares. Eldbrún is friendly and confident. She was trained in Spring 2014 and is a good, balanced horse with a smooth and confident tolt.

ELDBRÚN FROM NEÐRI BAKKA · 14.11.2010 · BLUP 20/06/2014: 101

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Rán from Lukka

Rán is a fivegaited, lightly build mare. She is blue-dun with a cheerful spirit from 2005.

She is lively and mischievous and can make someone smile and laugh easily. Rán excels in her natural gait which is tölt. Her trot has been built up over the years and it is now effortless. Ideally, Rán should continue to build up muscle, which is fun to do as this would consist of work outon the treks and trails. Rán has good stamina and is great to ride. She is tough and spirited, but is also very gentle. It has been a pleasure to train her, simply because she is great. We wish the best for her and her new owners!

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Hrund from Neðri Bakka

Hrund is a chestnut pinto mare born in 2009. She is quiet, attentive and clever and likes to stay out of the hustle and bustle. She loves a good brushing and enjoys it with great patience. Hrund was a first time mother in 2013/14. Her mothering and nurturing spirit is very good,Hrund which was absolutely expected of her as her personality is very loving and calming. Hrund’s basic training started August 2014 and she did very well, and as we expected, is an awesome riding horse too! Congratulations to her owners!

HRUND FROM NEÐRI BAKKA · NZ2009202015 · BLUP 11/07/14: 98

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Equidays 2011

02/01/2012

IHBRANZ participated in Equidays 2011 to promote Icelandic horses in New Zealand. Equidays is the newest equine showcase and the 1st event of this kind in the country. It has the ambition to become New Zealand’s ultimate equine industry event. It took place from 18 to 20 November at the Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton, about 100 km from where we live.

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Riding trail project is ready

02/01/2012

After several years of designing, digging, fencing, some more digging and finally spreading pumice to make the trails soft and comfortable for the horses, we are happy and proud to announce that we have finished the riding trail project! We now have 4 km of riding trails throughout the farm which allow for both experiencing riding and enjoying the farm.

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Manners, please!

02/11/2011

The breeding season has begun and Traustur will be used in hand breeding this year. He is a responsive and friendly stallion, but as he has notTraustur trained by Vanessa 7 been broken in yet and lived most of the time comparatively indepent from humans as the leader of the bachelor herd, his manners needed a brief brush-up.

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28 February 2010 Open Day

28/02/2010

More than 100 people attended our first Open Day arrangement in the end of February 2010, organized in collaboration with Skógarrönd. We had28.02.10 Open Day all our horses, including this year’s foals, on the paddocks around the training facilities, exhibition of training material and tack for Icelandic horses, general information about the horses and about IHBRANZ (Icelandic Horses Breeders and Riders Association).

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