Akhal-Teke

Set of standing side elevation drawings of the Akhal-Teke

The Ahkal-Teke (Equus ferus caballus) is a Turkmenistan horse breed and is one of the oldest domesticated horse breeds. Their coat has a metallic sheen giving them their nickname, “Golden Horses”. Physically they are thin, have fine bones, and flat muscles. They are mostly found in Russia and Europe, but they are also in North America.

In the past they were used for transportation, but are now used for horse racing. They are known for their speed, endurance, and intelligence. The diet of the Ahkal-Teke consists of grass, hay, and grains.

Akhal-Tekes have a shoulder height of 14-16 hands (56”-64” | 142-163 cm), an overall weight in the range of 900-1000 lb (408-454 kg) and a typical lifespan of 20 years. Akhal-Tekes have coat colors of Black, bay, red.

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Height: 
14-16 hands (56”-64” | 142-163 cm)
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Weight:
900-1000 lb | 408-454 kg
Coat Colors:
Black, bay, red
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Lifespan:
20 years (Typical)

Properties

Drawings include:
Akhal-Teke side elevation (standing), front (standing), side (running)

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A horse is an odd-toed ungulate mammal that has been widely domesticated by humans since about 4000 BC. Horses have been bred and domesticated for many reasons over the years such as working, racing, and riding. Horses are able to walk and run shortly after being born.