Wow, new image, I can't believe someone gave you one!!!! Gees, why can't I be so lucky?!? ***throwing a fit**** When I looked (semi-recently) they are pretty darn pricey.
This may sound "off topic" to begin w, but it isn't, exactly. There is no genetic testing for horse breed, which seems so odd to me since there is for some dog breeds. The dog genome is more important than that of the horse??
Horses put this country on the map...and dogs are more "important"??? Okay, done w ranting.
How this relates to the akhal teke...I have long since suspected that my mare is some percentage AT as she has nearly every single characteristic (narrow, forelock has never grown, long ears, stamina that is off the charts, very "one owner" oriented, dog like, etc., etc.,). I wanted to just "know" one way or the other if my suspicions were correct - no can do, not w DNA - yet.
I have my hopes up for future advancements. :) I can see
that she is part appy.:) The Nez Perce indians are breeding the appy teke crosses, which I think would be a great cross and may be what she is "from", but w/o "hard proof" - there is no way to know.