Turkoman horse

The Turkoman horse or Turkmene was an Oriental horse breed from the steppes of Central Asia now extinct. Modern descendants include the Akhal-Teke and the Yamud horse breeds. Horses bred in Turkmenistan are still referred to as Turkoman and have similar characteristics. They have influenced many other horse breeds including the Thoroughbred horse.

in Europe and the Americas Details Breed descriptions & history of the Akhal-Teke, the Goklan, the Iomud, the Tekke, 1
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, bred in neighboring Iran. Some historians believe that the two are different strains of the same breed.3
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, once bred in neighboring Iran. Some historians believe that the two are different strains of the same breed.6
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), one of the three foundation stallions of the breed.8
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, the Akhal-Teke is bred in neighboring Iran. Some historians believe that the two are different strains of the same breed.10
archers that play the role of Light Horse for this army.11
differed depending on overall tribe. The hardiest and fastest horses were reported to belong to the sub-tribe of the Sakar.12

, bred in neighboring Iran.13
that was bred by the Teke tribe in the Akhal Oasis in Turkmenistan.14
archers; Byzantines, Sassanid, Turkish and Japanese horse archers were armoured heavies.15
, merely called an Arabian in order to raise the stud fee. However, it is most widely believed that he was an Arabian or had primarily Arabian lineage.16
bred in Iran. Some historians believe that in ancient times these horses were of the same strain and had significant influence in developing of the Arabian breed.17
, as well as the Thoroughbred, a breed developed in England from the older oriental breeds. Hot bloods tend to be spirited, bold, and learn quickly. They are bred for agility and speed.18
bred in Iran. 3.19
and a Flemish mare) by a bay English race horse; this foal when a week old was marked on its hinder quarters and on its forehead with numerous, very narrow, dark, zebra-like bars, and its legs were 20
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is an animal of great powers of endurance and fleetness, continued for many days in succession; but as reared by foreigners, he became heavy-footed, flabby, clumsy and 22
: * 1999 - Kahdj Sakhar - 5 year old stallion in Jargalan Province of Iran (5:06) * 1999 - Souson - stallion in Jargalan Province.23
and has influence on many breeds. Meet a beautiful foal with its mommy by solving this great horse puzzle.24