Bergur Jónsson in team Gangmyllan is the champion 2017.):) He won the Masters League 2017. What an evening, it was very, very exiting to the very end.
This morning we are on the road again, few days after the latest Masters League competition and the old start list is still in the car. Early early morning on the way to the last MD training 2017, it's 4th of April and still snowing.
A picture from the herd, this winter.
Here are two pictures from the Masters League yesterday. Bergur and Flugnir frá Ketilsstöðum on a shared 9th place in PP1 Pace test and Ævar Örn Guðjónsson riding Vaka frá Sjávarborg in 7th place in 150 m. pace.
No words needed :)
Some pictures taken backstage on our last clinic with Júlio Borba, that was great as always.
Brynja and Goði won the tölt competition in our club Sleipnir today.:)
:Dam is Vænting frá Ketilsstöðum and sire is Álffinnur frá Syðri Gegnishólum.
From the Masters League last Thursday, pictures taken by Óðinn Örn Jóhansson.) All our three competitors in top 10.
Frami and Elin in third place, Bergur and Katla in sixth place and Freyja and Goði in ninth place.)
All our riders are on the top 5, Elin 1, Bergur 2 and Freyja 5, and team Gangmyllan on the top so far in the team competition, not bad!)Three disciplines are finished and five more to go.
Some people dream of success, while other people get up every morning and make it happen.
Olil had a class at Ylva Hagander, Fors gård. There I met among others, Tígur from Ketilsstaðir, Mr Butt, newly sold to Sweden, owner is Cecilia Göransson. Mother of Tígur is Ljónslöpp from Ketilsstaðir and father is Álffinnur frá Syðri Gegnishólum.
We had some great times.:
We had greaW
While trainin today we noticed that more than half of the horses in the riding hall were from Hellubær and that Vaka, that great gæðingur is the mother of them all. We had to taka a picture of course. Far left is Váli going 6y old sire Kiljan from Steinnes then Viðátta going 5y old sire Ljóni from Ketilsstaðir and the youngest one is nn. going 4y old sire Brimnr from Ketilsstaðir. Vaka was an endless gæðingur and I think she has the highest score for riding abilities as a 4y old 4 gaiter ever with a total score of 8,48, there of 9,5 for trot, canter and slow tempo canter and 9,0 for tölt, form under rider and willingness. Vakas mother is Gola frá Hellubæ who is a daughther of Gáski from Hofsstaðir and Feykir from Hafsteinsstaðir. Four of Vakas offsprings have got 1st price. We are very lucky to have a fourgaited daughther of hers in our breeding, her name is Védís with 9,5 for slow tempo tolt and slow tempo canter like her mother and brother, Vestri from Hellubær. A precious quality when it is hard to find horses with good canter.
Two years since our advertisement with a picture of Bergur and Katla were put on the wall in the riding hall of Sprettur. Tonight Bergur and Katla won the Gæðingafimi discipline in the masters league helt in the same ridinghall.
First winter competition of the year in our club Sleipnir was helt yesterday, it was a tölt competition and in the open class Brynja was the winner. She was riding Goði frá Ketilsstöðum 7 years old, dam is Vænting frá Ketilsstöðum and sire Álfinnur frá Syðri Gegnishólum. Freyja was in third place riding Bylgja frá Ketilsstöðum 11 years old, dam is vakning frá Ketilsstöðum and sire is Álfasteinn frá Selfossi.
Here are some pictures taken last thursday night at the first disciplin in the Masters League 2017. We had great results for our team, Gangmyllan. All three horses got into the A finals. Elin and Frami won, Bergur and Katla got second place and Freyja and Álfastjarna got the fifth place.
Not to forget that we won the award given to team with best results in 4 gate.
This great and promising young stallion left us a couple of days ago, he is now in his new home at Reithof Neckertal with his new owner's Sandra and Roger Scherrer. His total score in breeding is 8,38 from last spring when he was five years old. Dam is Vænting frá Ketilsstöðum and sire is Álfur frá Selfossi. His new rider is his owner Sandra Scherrer and we hope for good results in competitions in the future.