Yeah sure, I'll keep an eye out :)
I am Icelandic and lived in Iceland until I moved to the UK.
Back home all horses are purebred Icelandic horses, there is no other breed in the country and hasn't been for 1000 years. So even if someone wanted to ride an arabian horse, a warmblood or a quarter horse, they can't since all the horses in the country are Icelandic.
There's also a very specific way of keeping them. The mares give birth outside in the fields without being monitored at all usually. They're left alone in big herds when they're growing up and not really touched until they're around 3. Not mature for regular riding until they're 5 years old. Always kept with other horses, even kept 2 or 3 to a box usually if they're stabled (stallions are one per box though).
Turned out barefoot in huge herds and not ridden for around 4 months every year in the late autumn etc. and allowed to get fat then. That's something that's built into them, really wanting to store up fat for the winter. It's hard to fight against that if you try to ride them throughout the year. That break is also really good for them mentally, just letting them be wild horses in a big herd on a mountain for a few months every year.
It's taken me a while getting used to how horses are kept elsewhere, heh..