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cremello akhal teke                                                                                                                                                      More

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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 unlike other breeds.This breed of horse is known for its sensitive nature and for its propensity for forming strong attachments to their owners. Today in modern Russia, owning an Akhal-Teke is a sign of wealth.

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 unlike other breeds.This breed of horse is known for its sensitive nature and for its propensity for forming strong attachments to their owners. Today in modern Russia, owning an Akhal-Teke is a sign of wealth.

Akhal-Teke... makes me think of what the horses in the book The Scorpio Races would look like

Akhal-Teke... makes me think of what the horses in the book The Scorpio Races would look like

A silver-colored Akhal Teke. I cannot actually say what color this is. Probably a gray with a lovely phase of getting white.

A silver-colored Akhal Teke. I cannot actually say what color this is. Probably a gray with a lovely phase of getting white.

The Akhal-Teke's most notable and defining characteristic is the natural metallic bloom of its coat. This is especially seen in the palominos and buckskins, as well as the lighter bays, although some horses "shimmer" more than others.They have a rather slim body and ribcage (like an equine version of the greyhound), with a deep chest. The conformation is typical of horses bred for endurance over distance. The Akhal-Tekes are lively and alert, with a reputation for bonding to only one perso

The Akhal-Teke's most notable and defining characteristic is the natural metallic bloom of its coat. This is especially seen in the palominos and buckskins, as well as the lighter bays, although some horses "shimmer" more than others.They have a rather slim body and ribcage (like an equine version of the greyhound), with a deep chest. The conformation is typical of horses bred for endurance over distance. The Akhal-Tekes are lively and alert, with a reputation for bonding to only one perso

Colors of the Akhal Teke by DancingDragonStables.deviantart.com

Colors of the Akhal Teke by DancingDragonStables.deviantart.com

.Akhal-Teke only breed that has metallic sheen they almost glow thank you I don't have this picture

.Akhal-Teke only breed that has metallic sheen they almost glow thank you I don't have this picture

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The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed first found in Turkmenistan. Their main feature is the distinct coat that gleams and this is also what distinguishes them from the other horse breeds.

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed first found in Turkmenistan. Their main feature is the distinct coat that gleams and this is also what distinguishes them from the other horse breeds.

Akhal Teke - I can really see the resemblance to the greyhound here. Beautiful horse, wish photo included legs and feet.

Akhal Teke - I can really see the resemblance to the greyhound here. Beautiful horse, wish photo included legs and feet.

Liath Macha ("grey of Macha") and Dub Sainglend ("black of Saingliu") are the two chariot-horses of the hero Cúchulainn in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Both horses appear to Cúchulainn from the pool of Linn Liaith in the mountains of Sliab Fuait, a gift from either Macha or her sister the Morrígan. Cúchulainn leaps onto their backs, and they run around Ireland for a day but cannot throw him off, after which they were tame

Liath Macha ("grey of Macha") and Dub Sainglend ("black of Saingliu") are the two chariot-horses of the hero Cúchulainn in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Both horses appear to Cúchulainn from the pool of Linn Liaith in the mountains of Sliab Fuait, a gift from either Macha or her sister the Morrígan. Cúchulainn leaps onto their backs, and they run around Ireland for a day but cannot throw him off, after which they were tame

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Akhal Teke, Karabek - Farm stud DACOR

Akhal Teke, Karabek - Farm stud DACOR

Stunning colored horse! Look at that glow of this Akhal Teke.

Stunning colored horse! Look at that glow of this Akhal Teke.

black akhal teke. These horses have such a liquid metal look.                                                                                                                                                      More

black akhal teke. These horses have such a liquid metal look. More

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