黄金の馬アハルテケ

Aharuteke

“Akhalteke” is a horse breed from the southwestern part of central Asia, Turkmenistan. These horses are known to be the oldest existing species of horses and are currently a rare breed with less than 3000 left in the world. Akhalteke breeds have a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence and a distinctive metallic-gold sheen. It is said that these breeds are related to Alexander the Great’s horse, Bucephalus. These horses are described as “dolphins of the land” for its healing abilities for humans.

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Our ranch is located in Hachinohe, where we are surrounded by luscious greenery of Aomori Prefecture. With wide ranges and a trekking course of 3 kilometers, our horses can grace through these beautiful landscapes. Our terrain is a place you would surely want to visit.

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    Please inquire to info@akhalteke-affinity.com