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    The Akhal-Teke horses are vigorous, excitable, and restless. Thousands of years of selective breeding have left their mark not only on their physical appearance and efficiency, but also on their behavior. These horses are not only sensible but also very sensitive; they are even able to respond to mental suggestions of humans. Their intelligence is not comparable to any other breed.

    Majestic Clipped and sheened arabs like this always remind me of those horse dolls I used to play with when I was little. They almost look fake.

    Darginka, Akhal-Teke mare

    The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan, the former Soviet republic. Akhal-Tekes are noted for their speed and for endurance on long marches. 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. The history of the breed is 5,000 years old. On the picture it is a horse of Isabella Breed of Akhal-Teke

    Love......The Akhal-Teke horses are vigorous, excitable, and restless. Thousands of years of selective breeding have left their mark not only on their physical appearance and efficiency, but also on their behavior. These horses are not only sensible but also very sensitive; they are even able to respond to mental suggestions of humans. Their intelligence is not comparable to any other breed.

    Akhal-Teke horse in snow~ These horses look like they "Glow" and "Shimmer" in the sunlight. Their coats are different from other breeds of horses =)~

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    Akhal-teke / Hmmmm.............Interesting. Breed of horse I've never heard off. Genetics and conformation doesn't look promising. Would like to see and work with one before I decide..........

    the akhal teke is native to the steppes region of asia. currently there is a program breeding american-bred akhal teke's with appaloosas to regain some of the original characteristics of the appaloosa.