Join Ulla Hudson in New Mexico for a weekend clinic. Ulla has worked with Icelandic horses since she was five years old, and introduced the Icelandic horse to New Mexico in 1985. Contact Ulla at 505-615-5050 for registration and more information.
It’s the annual Klettafjalla Event! Join us in Fairplay for a weekend of riding, parades, and an Icelandic drill / demo team. This year’s event coincides with Fairplay’s Burro Days so it’s sure to be a great time for everyone. Space is limited! Registration info to come….
• Learn the fundamental concepts of horse training, physical & mental.
• Lectures & exercises will focus on exercises fundamental to a horse
trainer’s tool kit: seat lessons, basic dressage exercises, transition
training, tolt and canter training, cavaletti & jumping use in training.
• Instruction in creating a training plan for both horse & rider.
• Encouragement to think independently & critically about training
Participant Fee: $400
Limited spots-reservations required. Complete and return form, including $200 non-refundable deposit.
$150 meal plan includes: breakfast, catered lunch & dinner.
Accommodations: large indoor & outdoor arena, stalls available at no charge, LQ Trailers welcome, hotels 20 minutes from Gyetorp II, farm is one-hour drive from Fort Collins, Colorado.
Contact: Kristina Behringer
Gudmar Petursson (aka Baby Jesus) returns for another excellent clinic. Join him and a guest clinician for private lessons, a weekend-long clinic, and a schooling show at Tamangur Icelandics in Colorado. Past guest clinicians include Barbara Frische, Linda Petursdottir, and Arnar Bjarki Sigurðarson.
Email email@example.com for registration and more information.
Klettafjalla members travel to Léttleiki Icelandics for its annual Triple World Ranking and Sanctioned Show in Kentucky. Join us! Registration and more info at: http://lettleikiicelandics.com/
Strokkur frá Syðri-Gegnishólum is coming back to Colorado in September 2018!! Exact dates TBD. Contact below for more information.
Strokkur has 8.56 for ridden abilities including 9 for pace and 9 for Spirit and his BLUP is an incredible 121! Strokkur has 5 incredibly strong gaits and a perfect disposition and his bloodlines are nothing short of royalty. His sire is the legendary Orri frá Þúfu í Landeyjum and his mother is "the Queen Mother" Grýla frá Stangarholti whose daughter Álfadís frá Selfossi is one of the best Icelandic breeding mares in the world!
Phone 719- 209 23 12
We will have out ranch BBQ and Spanish Peaks Ride with an opportunity to have individual lessons on your horse given by our Trainer Pauline and Sophia will be here also.
Anybody wanting to attend will need to contact Andrea Brodie 719-680-2845 re accommodation and lessons.
Camping is possible on the ranch as is place for the horses. For those who do not want to camp there are apartments available that sleep 3 each or less at the pub down the road (1/4 mile) for 70$/night per apartment, however they need to be booked now before the hunters come. Lessons will be $40 per 30 minutes solo.
Friday arrival, drink at the pub or sit outside and chat at the ranch.
Saturday Drive to Apishapa trail head or Cordova Pass and embark on a lovely cool forest trail and over meadows to the tree line of the West Spanish Peak. There is a corral there to park the horses. Those who want to can climb to the top of the Peak for a breathtaking view off almost 14000ft above sea level.
Saturday evening is ranch BBQ. BYOB.
Sunday is the day for those who want lessons and hang out or go home.
Price for Friday/Sat/Sun including auditing of lessons, food, soft drinks, camping, pasture for horse is $95. Lessons are extra and if you want to stay at an apartment, that is extra as well (to be paid to the Spanish Peaks Inn).
"4 Gaits in 4 Days": Every day is dedicated to one gait of the Icelandic horse. We will learn about & ride, ride, ride the gait of the day. Previous riding experience required. Ages 8-14. Signup by April 30.
$250 ($100 deposit required at signup)
Phone 719- 209 23 12