How much does an Akhal-Teke horse cost?

June 5, 2020 Off By idswater

How much does an Akhal-Teke horse cost?

These horses cost around $10,000 on average, though that price can rise considerably based on age, health, training, and pedigree. Akhal-Tekes with a strong metallic sheen to their coats often command a higher price, as well.

Where do Akhal-Teke horses live?

There are currently about 6,600 Akhal-Tekes in the world, mostly in Turkmenistan, although they are also found throughout Europe and North America. Akhal is the name of the line of oases along the north slope of the Kopet Dag mountains in Turkmenistan. It has been inhabited by the Tekke tribe of Turkmens.

Why are Akhal-Teke so skinny?

#6 – An extreme endurance animal The Akhal-Teke comes from a country where resource including food and water are scarce. While the earliest horses had a bulkier frame, they eventually adapted and developed the thinner, sleeker bodies we see today.

Are Akhal-Tekes friendly?

The Akhal-Tekes are energetic horses with a high grade of workability. They are friendly to people, with an exceptional ability to bond with their trainers and quick and observant learners. The Akhal-Teke is an athletic all round horse and is used in all classical sports, endurance riding and racing.

Where can I find information on Akhal Tekes?

In addition to the background materials on this website, the Akhal-Teke Association of America website is a great resource for general breed information. We encourage you to join as a friend of the organization, even if you can’t own an Akhal-Teke. Dream big, start small – look where it got me!

How many Akhal-Tekes are there in Cascade gold?

Aishet had a beautiful bay filly by Metman on June 2nd, and Merdjen had a stunning chestnut filly by Wepaly Gulki, on July 11th. We are working on 2021 foals, we have 4 mares bred so far, 3 are still in foal at this time. Right now, we have 1 purebred filly for sale, as both Fancy and Nazenin have been sold.

When was the World Equestrian Games in Tryon NC?

The breed booth at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky attracted visitors and competitors from around the world who were fans of the breed, including many owners. Once again, in 2018, I spearheaded an AT breed booth at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon, NC.