Hestvit / Árbakki / Sumarliðabær
The team Hestvit / Árbakki / Sumarliðabær has changed very little from last year but Jóhanna Margrét Snorradóttir has joined the team instead of Ragnar Tómasson. Other team members are Hinrik Bragason, Hulda Gústafsdóttir, Gústaf Ásgeir Hinriksson and Ólafur Brynjar Ásgeirsson.
Hinrik Bragason, team leader, is a trainer and a riding instructor at Árbakki. Hinrik has won many Icelandic,- World,- and Nordic championships titles. He has also been showing horses with good results. Hinrik won the A class at Landsmót 2011 and was elected the gæðinga rider of the year 2011. Hinrik was been a member of the Icelandic national team several times, last at the WC 2013 where he competed in tölt on Smyrill frá Hrísum.
Gústaf Ásgeir Hinriksson is a very successful rider considering his young age. He has won multiple Icelandic championship titles and won the young rider class at Landsmót 2014 and 2016. He is the son of Hinrik and Hulda. He has competed on three WC in young riders class and became the world champion in four gait riding Pistill frá Litla-Brekka.
Hulda Gústafsdóttir is a trainer and riding instructor at Árbakki. She also runs the exporting company Hestvit with her husband Hinrik. Hulda has won many Icelandic,- and Nordic championships titles and has been in the icelandic national team many times. Hulda is the sport rider of the year 2016 in Iceland after great results that year, i.a. she was the Icelandic champion in four gait and five gait.
Jóhanna Margrét Snorradóttir graduated as a riding teacher and trainer from the University at Hólar in 2018. She works as a trainer and riding teacher at Árbakki. Jóhanna has gotten good results on the competition track and was selected as the most promising rider in 2015. She ended in second place in T2 at the WC riding Stimpill frá Vatni og won the teenage class at Landsmót 2011 riding Bruni frá Hafsteinsstöðum.
Ólafur Brynjar Ásgeirsson works at Vöðlum in the south of Iceland but will move to Sumarliðabær this winter. Ólafur has been successful at the competition track for the last few years. Ólafur did a great job in the Champions league when he won the four gait two years in a row, 2014 and 2015, on Hugleikur frá Galtastöðum.