This Horse Appears To Be It Was Dipped in Gold

Facebook/Mouawad Pascal: He is an Akhal-Teke, a type of horse that is a direct ancestor of the extinct old Turkoman horse. Currently, there are just 3,500 of these horses surviving in existence. Below, you can see how this horse appears to have been covered with gold. According to the International Association of Akhal-Teke Breeding, this kind of horse is “so fine and silky that it creates a distinctive metallic appearance.”

The Akhal-coat Teke’s is exceptionally lovely and glitters in the sunlight. It stands between 58 and 64 inches tall and is thoroughbred (147 and 163 cm). In China, people think that the horse is from heaven.”

And this incredible creature unquestionably appears to have come from heaven. Experts claim that the way its fur is what gives it its glossy sheen. Its design reflects light rays and acts as a light intensifier. However, the Akhal-Teke has this golden fur from birth so that it may hide in the desert. The breed is roughly 3,000 years old and is claimed to have originated in Achal, Turkmenistan. This would make it the earliest and oldest breed in the world.

You may see the breed on Turkmenistan’s coat of arms, currency, and even stamps if you travel there. Akhal-Teke horses are swift, attractive, large, and powerful. These people are still in Turkmenistan. The horse has the designation “threatened” on the Conservancy’s Conservation Priority List (CPL). You can see this lovely natural miracle in the video down below.

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