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Akhal Teke, Turkish horse. These horses are always kept too thin, with wrinkles skin and ribs showing. Sad eyes or sick eyes! Not happy or innocent like most horses in the face.

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El Akhal Teke es un caballo muy ágil y con una resistencia digna de mención. En Turkmenistán se lo conoce por ser un animal feroz, impulsivo y muy veloz. Los caballos Akhal Teke han sido usados principalmente por motivos militares, aunque también se le ha visto en carreras de caballos. En la actualidad se utiliza principalmente en las modalidades de salto y doma clásica.

Змей.. by FOTART (Artur Baboev), via 500px

Gallery - Akhal-Teke Association of America

Akhal-Teke. These horses are bred in Turkey and only around 3,500 are known to be left. Known for their incredible speed and shiny, metallic coats.

LOVE! Akhal teke These "golden-horses" are adapted to severe climatic conditions and are thought to be one of the oldest surviving horse breeds. There are currently about 3,500 Akhal-Tekes in the world, mostly in Turkmenistan and Russia, although they are also found throughout Europe, Australia, and North America.

Ahhh Yes...The 'Half Pass'...It's the only time in Life when you try to do something.. 'Half-Assed'... but need to do it well...! Dressage Art to Love by.....Half Pass II by ~ Ademacart