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Susan McGregor, owner and CEO of Bellissima Luxury and Fine Art Services in Fort Lauderdale, carried her Triton with her on a horseback riding vacation in Iceland. McGregor, an accomplished dressage rider, trains regularly with her own horses in South Florida, but this was her first visit to Iceland.
“Like most people who visit this beautiful island, I was struck by the landscape,” she said. “There are not many trees (although Iceland has implemented a reforestation program) and the glaciers and volcanoes have left a rugged terrain with gorgeous black sand beaches. With only 344,000 residents, Iceland offers all kinds of outdoor activities, from hiking and whale watching to riding the amazing Icelandic horse .. .the purest breed on Earth.”

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