Akhal-Teke

(from the article `Turkmenistan`) ...seventh-tenths of all sheep in the republic. There are several prized varieties of Karakul pelts: the glistening black arabi, the golden sur, and ...
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Akhal-Teke

The Akhal-Teke is a Turkmenistan breed of light horse, originating around 1000 BC or before. The Akhal-Teke stands between 14 and 15 hands high and is dun, palomino, bay chestnut or grey in colour and have a sparse mane and tail. They are very long and slender through the frame with a finely modelled head and an unusually long and muscular neck. Th...
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Akhal-Teke

The Akhal-Teke (k or i; from Turkmen Ahalteke, ahalˈteke) is 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. The shiny coat of palominos and buckskins led to their nickname `Golden Horses`. These horses are adapted to severe climat.....
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