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Akhal Teke a rare breed that is known for its metallic cost and speed. They can withstand extremely hot desert temperatures and can go for long periods without water.

Akhal-Teke... makes me think of what the horses in the book The Scorpio Races would look like

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan. Only about are left worldwide. Known for their speed and famous for the natural metallic shimmer of their coats. They have been named the most beautiful horse in the world.

A silver-colored Akhal Teke. I cannot actually say what color this is. Probably a gray with a lovely phase of getting white.

A silver buckskin Akhal Teke. The Akhal-Teke typically has a marvelous metallic glow to its coat.

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Akhal-Teke horses are a national emblem of Turkmenistan. They are known for the natural metallic sheen of their coats. A tough and resilient breed with wonderful endurance, form, and grace.

The gleaming Akhal-teke stallion 'Dagat-Geli' has received a lot of photo ops due to his stunning metallic coat and 2010 world champion status. Photo by Artur Baboev.

.Akhal-Teke only breed that has metallic sheen they almost glow thank you I don't have this picture

Cremello Lusitano stallion - Named Caetano TH - from Abacus Farms I'm not a Cremello fan, but this one is a looker!

The Akhal-Teke is also known as the "gift from the desert" and it was bred for its stamina and speed. It was used by Turkmen nomads. The Akhal-Teke can withstand conditions and certain situations such as going long periods of time without food and water unlike other breeds.This breed of horse is known for its sensitive nature and for its propensity for forming strong attachments to their owners. Today in modern Russia, owning an Akhal-Teke is a sign of wealth.

Akhal-Teke -- "a horse breed from Turkmenistan, where they are a national emblem. They have a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen." This dark color doesn't show the sheen as much.