It took more than three millenia to produce the Ahalteke horse breed. The exact date of the Ahalteke breed's first appearance is not known, but earliest mentions go back to the 4th-3rd century B.C. Bucephalus, the favourite horse of Alexander the Great, was Akhalteke.
Since time immemorial, the world admires the beauty, strength, power Turkmen Alabais. Noble, regal bearing and at the same courage and perseverance glorify Turkmen Alabais far beyond his native land. They are not only a source of pride of the Turkmen people, but also his invaluable contribution to the treasury of human values. Turkmen Alabai, along with the Akhal-Teke horses, is a living symbol of the Turkmen people. This is a legendary breed controversy around which do not cease to this day. How did the people of Turkmenistan to grow and keep clean the oldest breed of dog breeding is engaged in Russia, Germany, England, Central Asia, the Caucasus, the US, France, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Japan and many other countries around the world?!