IceHNZ members may advertise horses or items for sale free of charge.
To advertise your horse, follow these 3 simple steps below:
Download the supplied template (Word 505KB or pdf 16KB), which will assist you to collect all necessary information. You can use the word template to add the info right into the file or you can use the pdf to print and hand-write the details. Alternatively, you can also create your own sales ad, guided by the required information in the template. Please send this to us as a Word document (.doc or .docx).
Source a selection of interesting photos of your horse, and/or include a link to a video.
Email your completed template (if handwritten, please scan) and all relevant photos (.jpg files preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Since the photos will be uploaded online, they do not need to be high resolution, but still need to be of good and sharp quality.
Your details will be added to the 'For Sale' section on our website and you will also have the option of your horse being advertised in Australia - we have a joint agreement with the equivalent Icelandic Horse Association Australia (IHAA).
Please double-check your details thoroughly before sending it in, IceHNZ takes no responsibility for incorrect details.
IceHNZ will not liaise in any sales procedures, potential buyers have to contact the vendor through the contact details supplied in the sales post.
Avoid adding a sales price to your advertisement as IceHNZ's mission is to advertise the beautiful and versatile nature of the Icelandic Horse and not to compete with other horse sales channels. Pricing can be discussed on first contact.
Please inform us once the horse is sold, so that we can disable your post. If you have any feedback from the new owners (photos, videos) feel free to share that information with us, so we can do a follow-up post.
Glaesa from Vindholar Southern Icelandics
WF registration number: NZ2011201009
Sire: Gneisti von Roetgen
Dam: Von from Vindholar Southern Icelandics
Glaesa is a smart, sensitive horse that I have lightly started but now has had quite a break from any ridden work due to breeding. She needs someone kind and experienced to further her training; she is shy and does get anxious. Great ground manners. Lovely trot and tölt. Breed assessed in December ‘18.
She produced a beautiful bay filly foal two years ago and is confirmed in foal to the stallion Prins Valíant frá þufu í Kjós (in Christchurch). She is due middle of October ‘21.
Glaesa is located in Canterbury, NZ. Looking for an experienced home with other horses for company.
For more information, please contact Anna Tarver