Selected Category: SPORT

The third USIHC Virtual Show received submissions through June 25, 2021. The 2021 Virtual Spring Show featured both National Ranking and Schooling Show classes and offered seven Division Championships. The National Ranking Show was judged by five International FEIF Sport Judges: Thorgeir Gudlaugsson…
In response to the cancellation of the 2021 World Championships, and thus not requiring WC Tryouts, USIHC has decided to extend the registration and video submission deadlines for the Virtual Spring Show.
With a heavy heart, the Board of FEIF has taken the decision to cancel the World Championships 2021, and the VM2021 organizing team in Denmark has accepted the decision that ends the dream of a World Championship in Denmark in August 2021.
The Virtual Spring Show features National Ranking classes, Schooling Show classes (no oval track required), and the World Championship tryouts. All riders trying out for the World Championships will be entered into the Virtual Spring Show. 
The second USIHC Virtual Show launched August 1, 2020 and received submissions through December 4, 2020. The 2020 Virtual Fall Show featured both National Ranking and Schooling Show classes and offered seven Division Championships. The National Ranking Show was judged by five International FEIF Sport…
Champion and Reserve Champion awards will be presented in seven Divisions in the Virtual Fall Show. To be eligible, the same horse/rider combination must compete in a National Ranking "tolt" and a National Ranking "gait" class in the same Division. Scores will be added together. Highest total will be…
USIHC is offering a virtual horse show that you can compete in from your home! Just film your test based on the outlined criteria, submit your videos, and our judge will take it from there. The Virtual Fall Show features: Sanctioned Show for National Ranking scores Schooling Show classes 5 FEIF…
The first ever USIHC Virtual Show launched May 1, 2020 and received submissions through June 30, 2020. The 2020 Virtual Summer Show featured both National Ranking and Schooling Show classes judged by a FEIF International Judge. There were over 70 horse-rider combinations and 123 entries.  Videos and…
United States Icelandic Horse Congress is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 National Ranking. High Point Awards are given each year to the rider with the highest average in each discipline. The results for 2019 are as follows:   All sanctioned shows held in the United States contribute…
The World Championships 2019 were definitely a time to remember.We arrived at the venue in Berlin on August 1st. After the first vet check at the entrance we were allowed to move our horses into their stables, take care of our most precious friends, place our tack into our tack box and build some paddocks…