mad river valley icelandic horses, llc



Located in Northern Iceland, this family-run  farm has twice won the award for Best Sport Horse Breeding in Iceland. Through our affiliation with E-R we are proud to offer excellent sales horses. Visit their website & social media for more info!

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We are proud USIHC members, and all horses from our breeding are USIHC registered.

The United States Icelandic Horse Congress maintains the Registry of Icelandic Horses in the U.S, sponsors U.S. participation in international competitions, and regulates breeding and competition activities within the U.S. in accordance with FEIF rules. It furthers knowledge of the Icelandic Horse within the U.S., promotes its correct use as a competition and pleasure riding horse, and provides a network in which to share information on events and services among Icelandic Horse owners.


We are proud NEIHC members.

The Northeast Icelandic Horse Club is a regional club of the U.S. Icelandic Horse Congress. The club's goal is to facilitate shows, clinics, trail rides, and breed evaluations. They  have members from all over the U.S. and abroad, and  welcome all Icelandic horse owners, prospective owners, and enthusiasts.


We are proud GMHA members.

GMHA hosts competitive, educational, and recreational equestrian events in five disciplines at their 65-acre facility in South Woodstock, Vermont. They are one of the leading equestrian competition and education sites in the country. They are the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse organization, and have been instrumental over the years in developing and maintaining a network of miles of open trails, access to which is provided through the generosity of private owners.


We are proud ECTRA members.

The Eastern Competitive Trail Ride Association (ECTRA) was founded in 1970 and is a non-profit organization vitally interested in encouraging the growth and understanding of distance riding and driving. Their goal is achieved through rider education and sanctioning standardized, veterinarian judged competitions throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region.