Icelandic horses running through lagoon in Iceland (@ Tim Flach/Getty Images)
- There is nothing chilly about these fillies – they\ve been bred to withstand the cold, harsh Icelandic air.""Discover more about them
- Although they\re called horses, this breed is small enough to be categorised as a pony.""Maybe their low centre of gravity helps them run on ice?
- This country is about a third larger than Scotland but has a third fewer people than the Scottish capital.""Where is this 300,000 person-strong island?
- These horses\ ancestors first came here more than 1,000 years ago, courtesy of Scandinavians who venerated horses.""Especially this eight-legged stallion!