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Icelandic Horses Number 250,000 in the World

The International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations (FEIF) have released statistics showing that there are 250,000 Icelandic horses in the world, of which almost 80,000 are in Iceland, 65,000 in Germany and 32,515 in Denmark.

horses-winter-closeup_goPhoto by Geir Ólafsson.

Member associations of FEIF are 18 with 58,962 registered members, most of whom, or 24,075, reside in Germany. Iceland follows with 11,183 members and Denmark comes third with 7,577 members, visir.is reports.

According to these statistics, there are 7.2 horses for every Icelander registered in a horse association, 2.7 for every member in Germany and 4.3 for every member in Denmark.

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