Breyer Portrait Model of Adamek — #BreyerAdamek
The Akhal-Teke Foundation presents at stud outstanding purebred Akhal-Teke star stallion Adamek, the top Akhal-Teke dressage horse competing in the US today. His recent honors include the 2022 Adequan/USDF All Breeds Final Award winner for Akhal-Tekes, the ATAA Highlight Horse for 2021, and the ATAA Producer of the Year for 2020.
Adamek is a handsome bay, 15.2 hands. In 2022-2023, Adamek is showing in dressage at the FEI Prix St George level. At Fourth Level, he won reserve champion for all breeds in the USDF GAIG Region 1 Championships in 2022. He has also shown in three day eventing up to Training Level 3, including the USEA AEC Adequan Gold Cup Finals.
Adamek is a great-grandson of Absent, the most successful Akhal-Teke in modern equestrian sport, Olympic Gold Medalist in dressage at the 1960 Olympics. Adamek is a son of Absent's grandson Gindarkh, born in Kazakhstan, who traveled the world with the Mongolian State Circus and then with the Ringling Bros Circus. Adamek's dam, Agniya, born in Russia, also produced the 2016 North American breed champion stallion, Anikit.
Adamek is a proven producer with purebred and cross foals on the ground. He's currently based in Virginia, and he’s available nationwide via cooled semen.
As a leased stallion, 25% of Kiergen's stud fees go to support the Akhal-Teke Foundation's non-profit breed preservation programs.
Please contact Sabine Desper, lessee, for more information:
text and voice: 540-292-4281