The Akhal-Teke “Golden Horse” of Turkmenistan. These horses are well known for those individuals who have a golden buckskin or palomino color, a result of the cream gene, a dilution gene that also produces the perlino and cremello colors.
The Akhal-Teke is arguably the oldest surviving cultured equine breed. These horses hail from Turkmenistan and their origins can be traced back 3,000 years before Russia was even founded. They are the last pure strain of Turkmene horses.
As if fabric of silk and pearls, the race originates from Turkmenistan, where it is a national symbol. He is also called the ” golden horse ” because of his looks.
Their bodies are slender and lean in build with petite features. The most common colors for these beautiful horses are bay, black, dun, chestnut, gray, and palomino.
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