Iceland, June 2014, Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) trip.
The Horse Farm. Icelandic horses were first brought to the country by Viking settlers. Icelandic horses are a common sight across the countryside, along with sheep. A unique breed, they've adapted to the climate with a thick, heavy coat. Though small in size, their strength is formidible, and they're known for their cheery disposition, bravery, intelligence, and smooth gait.