Day of the Turkmen Horse

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Day of the Turkmen Horse in Turkmenistan in 2022
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About Day of the Turkmen Horse

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Dates of Day of the Turkmen Horse
2022 Turkmenistan Tuesday, April 19thDay of the Turkmen Horse
2021 Turkmenistan Monday, April 19thDay of the Turkmen Horse
2020 Turkmenistan Sunday, April 19thDay of the Turkmen Horse
2019 Turkmenistan Friday, April 19thDay of the Turkmen Horse
Summary
As one of the oldest domesticated horse breeds, the Akhal-Teke was developed for endurance and speed.

On April 19th, Turkmenistan recognises the importance of the horse in the history of the country.

The Akhal Teke horse is believed to be one of the oldest surviving and purest of horse breeds. The Akal Teke is a descendant of the ancient Turkmene horse that originated from Asia and was used by nomadic tribes as a war horse.

On this day, Students read poems dedicated to the Akhal-Teke horses.

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