Mares and Fillies for sale

Update Jan 2021 : We are just waiting for the last of the seasons foals to work out what will make it to this years sales list. 

Likely there will be only young horses nearly ready to start their journey under saddle or much younger horses with a few years to wait before becoming a riding horse coming up for sale this year. 

In the meantime if you a looking for a trained riding horse for sale please contact Megalong Valley Icelandic Horses or see whats for sale on the IHAA website. 

If you need saddles, icelandic riding gear or some help with tacking out your horse, I have quite a lot of lovely things in stock from really good brands. Plus can easily order in if I don't have it in stock. Please check out this link for more on tack. 


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from Haldane


DOB: 29/02/2016

SEX: Female

COLOUR:  Dark Chestnut

DAM: Peach from Haldane

SIRE: Halfdan from Haldane 

Ploma ( aka Plum) has just turned 5 years old and in March 2021 is coming back into training. 

She had approx 6 weeks training with Scott from Maneline Education in early 2020. Started under saddle and ridden out. 

We then gave her a break to grow and mature. 

She is a very pretty, friendly and fun horse to hang out with. Show s a lot of promising movement and gait. 

As of March 2021 she is coming back into training at Hestaviska at Arthurs Creek on the outskirts of Melbourne with Renska Younger. 

She will be able to be viewed there by apt mid March onwards. 

Will post more on her training progress here and on the blog. 

Price: $13,000 + GST (Price subject to  change as she come back into training) 


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from Haldane


So pleased that Lilja has found her very special human. 

We hope they will both enjoy lots of amazing rides, adventures and cuddles together. 

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Sorry we have no mares or fillies for sale right now! 

Check back later in the year or please contact one of the other studs - links in the box at top of page! 

If you have any questions about the Icelandic Horse please get in touch with Amy.