Yearly Archives: 2010

/2010

Kraftur, our new friend.

By | November 14th, 2010|Frontpage|

We got a new dog this summer, Kraftur.  Kirkjufells-Kraftur.  This is a handsome boy, purebred Icelandic sheep dog, of an excellent pedigree.  He has super [...]

We are expecting puppies.

By | September 3rd, 2010|Frontpage|

There are great expectations here now.  Our Icelandic sheepdog Táta, Fljóta-Táta, visited a beautiful male, the Icelandic sheepdog Arnarstaða-Askur.  So, now we hope for puppies [...]

Last foal but not least…

By | August 8th, 2010|Frontpage|

The 4th foal this year is wonderful too.  We are very lucky this year.  We prefer mares, talented, pretty horses.  And as an icing on [...]

The third foal – a miracle in our life.

By | July 15th, 2010|Frontpage|

The story of the third foal this summer was incredible.  To begin with, we bred a broodmare that we like a lot (even though we [...]

Elísa had her first foal :)

By | June 28th, 2010|Frontpage|

Elísa from Langhúsum is an evaluated mare we added to our herd of broodmares last summer.  She's evaluated (and can do more than she did [...]

The first foal of 2010 at Langhus.

By | June 28th, 2010|Frontpage|

The first foal of the year was a fun addition to our herd : )  We have a broodmare, Feykivinda from Syðstu-Grund, which is in [...]

Fljóta-Táta.

By | June 8th, 2010|Frontpage|

Now Fljóta-Táta, our Icelandic sheep dog female, has been health examined in regard to breeding.  She has A regarding hip-displacia (that is, no signs), and [...]

Do you want to breed to a stallion with 8.60 in evaluation?

By | June 7th, 2010|Frontpage|

I own a share in the stallion Tígull from Gýgjarhóli.  This spring I had booked breedings for all my broodmares when I found out this [...]

New look on the web site.

By | May 16th, 2010|Frontpage|

I’ve been trying out new programs and looks for the web site.  I am in cooperation with a very helpful programmer, Hans Rúnar Snorrason ( [...]

Summer is here.

By | May 10th, 2010|Frontpage|

The summer does not come in the same way here as in warmer countries.  We still have snow drifts in the mountains in [...]

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