One of the most beautiful creatures on the earth is undoubtedly the horse. Kambarbay, a magnificent golden Akhal-Teke stallion, is one of the most breathtaking horses you will ever see.
He appears to have been covered in gold thanks to his breathtakingly dazzling perlino coat.
Although Kambarbay was born and raised in Estonia, he now resides in Scotland and is a stud horse.
Kambarbay competes in dressage, show jumping, and eventing while exhibiting every characteristic of the Akhal-Teke breed. Due to his good looks and agility, he has a sizable fan base.
One of the earliest horse breeds, Akhal-Tekes originated in Turkmenistan and contributed to the creation of several other breeds, including the Thoroughbred.
They are distinguished by their sleek, metallic-glow coats and have graceful, lean bodies. They are stunning to look at because of the way the sun illuminates their coats.
Their coats appear smooth and beautiful for a reason. This is a result of their coats’ distinctive hair structure. Its hair is “so fine and silky that it gives a special metallic sheen to any color,” according to the International Association of Akhal-Teke Breeding.
The majority of horses’ hair shafts normally have an opaque middle, but not the hair in their coats. Light is then refracted as a result, giving the appearance of glowing.
This is especially evident in Kambarbay’s coat, which exudes a gorgeous golden look.
The horses of Akhal-Teke are renowned for their lean, agile bodies. They generally weigh between 900 and 1,000 pounds and are 14 to 16 hands tall.
In dressage, jumping, and even long-distance racing, they are praised for their exceptional endurance, speed, and agility.
There are less than 10,000 horses of the Akhal-Teke breed in the entire globe. Sadly, the Conservancy’s Conservation Priority List (CPL) lists them as threatened.
Due to their significance to Turkmenistan, they are the national horse of that nation. In Turkmenistan, they are even depicted on stamps and banknotes.
The “golden horses” and “horses from heaven” are two common names for this rare species of horses.
Kambarbay undoubtedly exemplifies why the breed is known by those nick names.
Below is a video of the amazing Kambaray.