Sandra is from Sweden and went to Iceland 1997 to learn more about training and riding¬† the Icelandichorse “for real”.
Sandra has since then been working on big breeding farms like Mi√įsitja, √ölfssta√įir, Varmil√¶kur and Blesasta√įir.
She is a¬† certified trainer and C¬† instructor by H√≥lar University and¬† a member of¬† The Trainers Association in Iceland, F√©lag Tamningamanna.
Sandra works as a sales agent for the Insurence Company V√ćS-Agria.
During the fall 2006 Sandra went to Sweden for a special education for ridning instructors at the Str√∂msholm-school.
Sandra has been teaching in Akureyri since 2005 and she started up the Knapamerki-education system from H√≥lar there and she is now mainly teaching in Bl√∂ndu√≥s, Iceland and in Sweden.
When Sandra is not in the saddle she loves to photograph.
Raggi is from the small village Dalvik in the north of Iceland and has been growing up with Icelandic Horses and he has been riding, training and compeating since he was a teenager.
Raggi is a son of the famous rider and sportjugde Stef√°n Fri√įgeirsson and has learned a lot about horses from his father.
Raggi is also a member of¬† The Trainers Association in Iceland, F√©lag Tamningamanna, and he has been working a lot with youngsters in diffrent farms in Iceland and he also has been working at Andreas Trappes farm Lindenhof in Germany. There he got his education about shoeing horses.
Raggi is a big fan of the bay stallion Sm√°ri fr√° Skagastr√∂nd and he was the first one in Iceland who showned an offspring of Sm√°ri at an evaluation.
It was the amazing mare Jod√≠s fr√° Skagastr√∂nd and she recieved 9,0 for trot, peform under rider and slow t√∂lt, only 5 years old. Raggi has also an education as a navigator of big freezer-trawlers.
During 2009 and 2010 Raggi participates in the KS-Meistaradeild Nor√įurlands, a tournament for professional riders in the Northen Iceland.