The Top Reiter team is one of the most successful ones in the league, winning the team cup in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2017. The Top Reiter team has made some changes from last year. Teitur Árnason, Árni Björn Pálsson and Matthías Leó Matthíasson are still on the team but joining them are Agnes Hekla Árnadóttir og Hanne Smidesang
Agnes Hekla Árnadóttir graduated as a riding instructor and trainer from the university at Hólar. She works at Blesastaðir and has been really successful on the competition track. She has won multiple Icelandic champion titles and Rekjavíkur titles a.o. she won the five gait in 2017. She has been on the icelandic team and competed at WC.
Árni Björn Pálsson graduated as a riding instructor and trainer from Hólar and he works at Oddhóll, Rangárvöllum. He has been doing really well on the competition and breeding track. He was the rider of the year 2014 and 2016 and the breeding rider of the year 2013. Some of his accomplishments are winning the A class at Landsmót 2008 on Aris frá Akureyri and the tölt on Landmót 2014 and 2016 on Stormur frá Herríðarhóli. He also became the Icelandic champion in tölt three years in a row, 2012 - 2014 and also in 2016. Árni Björn won the individual competition in the Champions league last year and also two years before that, 2014 and 2015.
Hanne Smidesang is from Norway but works at Vesturkot. She has four times been norwegian champion in T2 and was also in A finals at the WC in Berlin in 2013. She has multiple times been in the norwegian team and was a.o. in A finals at NC 2014.
Matthías Leó Matthíasson is training horses at Hvoll, Ölfus. He has been training horses for more than 10 years now for example at Kjartansstaðir and Þjóðólfshagi. Matthías won the four gait at the Reykjavík championship in 2015 and became fourth at the Icelandic championship same year.
Teitur Árnason graduated as a riding instructor and trainer from Hólar and he also works at Hvoll, Ölfus. Teitur has been really successful on the breeding and competition track, especially on the pace track. He became the World Champion in pace test - PP1 in 2015 and second in 250m. pace race. Teitur was the pace rider of the year in 2014 and 2015. Last year he became a Nordic Champion in pace test - PP1.