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The Akhal Teke (pronunciation: aekal-teki), named after the series of oases in the Kopet Dag mountains and the Turkmen Tekke tribe, is believed to be one of the

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Akhal-Teke -- "a horse breed from Turkmenistan, where they are a national emblem. They have a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen." This dark color doesn't show the sheen as much.

The Akhal-Teke is also known as the "gift from the desert" and it was bred for its stamina and speed. It was used by Turkmen nomads. The Akhal-Teke can withstand conditions and certain situations such as going long periods of time without food and water u

HayQueSaberlo : Una raza de caballos rusos llamada Akhal-Teke puede resistir varios días sin agua y comida.

The Akhal Teke's metallic coat comes in many shades of black, brown, & gold, and is thought to serve as camouflage in the desert. Necks are long and flexible with larger eyes and ears, and manes and tails of this breed are silky with short hair.

Akhal Teke (golden buckskin)

Akhal Teke (golden buckskin) The worlds rarest horse with only 6600 alive today. The coat is pearl like and can be see in the dark!


Akhal teke, the prized horse of Turkmenistan - and since the days of the USSR - Russia. This breed frequently exhibits a mutation of the hair shaft which reflects light exceptionally well. Many individuals glow even when not in the famous golden color.