Purebred Akhal-Teke Foundation stallions at stud

The Akhal-Teke Foundation (ATF) manages select purebred stallions for breed education and preservation. For 2022 and 2023 we are presenting three great Akhal-Teke studs, recently from Shenadoah Farm, including Adamek (2005) bay, Anduma (2011) chestnut, and Kiergen (2005) perlino.

All three outstanding studs are available nationwide via cooled semen, and regionally for select live cover, and Kiergen is also available via frozen semen. These stallions are either on breeding or competition leases, or directly under ATF handling. If on lease (Adamek or Anduma), then 25%, and if in direct ATF care (Kiergen), then 100% of any stud fees go to the Foundation to support ATF programs and horses.

Early bird stud fee discount thru 12/31/21

The Akhal-Teke Foundation also manages a unique archive of frozen semen from notable purebred Akhal-Teke stallions, representing great Akhal-Teke horses from the 1970s thru to the present:

  • Anikit (Agades x Agniya, 2009-2022) AATK460, dark bay — 2016 North American breed champion
  • Arik (Ametist x Aishat, 1978) AATK84, bay — grandson of the Olympic champion Absent
  • Doblet (Senetir x Dunja, 1987) AATK29, chestnut
  • Kashman (Senetir x Kushka, 1983) AATK9, golden palomino
  • Kiergen (Mergen x Kerki, 2005) AAKT505, perlino
  • Koublet (Doblet x Kushka, 1995) AATK97, golden palomino
  • Marakan (Melekhan x Marishka, 1989) AATK43
  • Senetir (Sektor x Altyn, 1976) AATK1, golden buckskin — prepotent first Akhal-Teke stallion in the U.S.
  • Sengar (Senetir x Oliva, 1984) AATK16, buckskin — long listed for the U.S. Olympic Team in eventing, 1996

    Akhal-Teke stallions are great refiners, and both purebred and quality cross-breedings are welcome.

  • Adamek


    Adamek, Gindarkh x Agniya, is a purebred Akhal-Teke bay stallion, and the ATAA 2020 Producer of the Year. He’s showed successfully in eventing and dressage, and is currently training with the Prix St. George level in his sights. Russian registered and tested NFS clear.

    Adamek at stud  



    Anduma, Agades x Goldka, is a well-built purebred Akhal-Teke chestnut stallion, with lots of chrome, and he’s well under saddle. Russian registered and tested NFS clear.

    Anduma at stud  



    Kiergen, Mergen x Kerki, is a nicely-built purebred Akhal-Teke perlino stallion, double-dilute. He’s accomplished under saddle, and he has several great foals on the ground all across North America. Russian registered and tested NFS clear.

    Kiergen at stud