Solheimar (The Home of the Sun) is an Icelandic horse farm in Tunbridge, Vermont. Our horses enjoy the beautiful rolling hills in the Green Mountains. The trails from the farm offer spectacular views and great variety of forest and mountain scenery.
 
Solheimar is an Icelandic Horse breeding farm offering excellent trail and top competition horses for sale. Our other services include lessons (in our indoor arena, on our oval track, and trails), clinics, farrier services, training, consulting services, and tack sales. We have lesson horses available for lease.
 
If you are interested in knowing more about the Icelandic breed or to ride one of these truly remarkable horses, please feel free either to  e-mail  or call us. And be sure to check out our events page for 2016 !

What We Do

  1. Lessons
    We offer lessons for both youth and adult riders as well as beginners to advanced. So whether you are looking to compete, trail ride, or learn to tolt, we can help you meet your riding goals.
  2. Clinics
    Sigrun and Becky offer clinics on a variety of topics such as groundwork, balanced seat, and gait training. Several times a year, we also host visiting clinicians from Iceland.
  3. Sales
    We have Icelandic horses of all ages and riding levels for sale. Please check our sales page for a current list.
  4. Schooling Shows
    We believe that schooling shows are a great source for educational purposes. The horse and rider are scored and given comments to further enhance their relationship. Schooling shows are in a friendly and a stress free environment.
  5. Breeding
    Parker frá Sólheimum is one of the top breeding stallions in America today. His offspring have proven to be excellent competition and pleasure horses. Parker is available for both live cover and AI.
  6. Training
    We offer young horse training, gait training, as well as training and showing for breeding evaluations.
RECENT VISITORS
  1. One area in which Sigrun really shines is the way she integrates Centered Riding concepts into her instruction. The images she suggests really help a student of riding further his or her understanding of the subtle interplay between horse and rider.

    Chuck Fergus

  2. I participated in a seat clinic and it was great! Full of personal attention, I saw improvement in my seat in my second ride in the clinic. I also was able to ride the tolt, both in the school and out on the trails.

    Jeanne Lightbody

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