Licensed Perlino Akhal Teke Eventing Stallion
Looking for something different? Athleticism, elasticity,
stamina, speed, agility, scope over a fence, excellent movement
and a high percentage of blood?
Our Perlino Akhal Teke Stallion Kambarbay possesses all of
the desirable characteristics of the modern event horse. In
addition he has a beautiful head, well defined limbs, a well
proportioned length of body and neck along with the metallic
golden sheen to his coat for which the breed are also renown.
The Akhal Teke as a breed are famous for their great stamina,
intelligence, speed, agility and bravery, the characteristics
very much sought after for the eventing, endurance and all
round sport horse.
Kambarbay is a stallion with nobility and refinement an elegant
high blood stallion with the ability as a Perlino to pass
on his dilute colouring 100% of the time.
Homozygous agouti and creme he will always produce palomino
and buckskin foals from solid mares. He carries both the red
and black factor and is homozygous agouti. He cannot produce
Purchased by Solaris Sport Horses in June 2006 at just a
few months of age from his breeders "Akhal Teke Est"
in Estonia, he remained in Estonia until the autumn of 2009
when he travelled the 3300 km journey to Scotland by road
via Warsaw and Newmarket.
Kambarbay spent his first winter here with us at the stud
and in February of 2010 commenced training at Craigie Equestrian
in Aberdeenshire. He remained in training to progress his
dressage and show jumping and started his ridden career eventing
in April 2011 with Lucy Craigie. He shows great aptitude in
all three disciplines with well above average movement and
jump. The video footage shows him tackling his first ever
cross country jumps with boldness and confidence, water, ditches,
banks, nothing phased him.
Kambarbay performed well with good results in his first affiliated
one day events and BSJA shows. At Brechin Castle he jumped
a very good clear round in both the show jumping and cross
country phases with a good score in dressage putting him in
11th place. At Cabin equestrian he has jumped some good double
clears in the 90cm open and novice classes.
spent the 2011 summer season at stud and commenced dressage
training with Matthew Burnett in October 2011. On first outing
the duo scored over 69% in the prelim test winning the class.
He was registered British Dressage and commenced affiliated
competition with Matt in April 2012 placing 1st and third
at Novice. He returned home to fulfill stud duties for the
2013 breeding season.
Kambarbay has inherited his sire Kuvvalti's quality paces.
His trot is ground covering and elastic with a spring to his
step and suppleness through his whole body. He has good shoulder
reach and quick powerful active hock. His canter is light
footed with good uphill self carriage and his walk is long
and reaching as can be seen in the video footage. His jump
is elastic with good scope and he is very sure footed over
cross country terrain.
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Whilst the Akhal Teke appear to be light of bone, it is in
fact exceptionally dense, designed to cover hard ground at
high speed without sustaining injury. The Akhal Teke are renowned
for not suffering soundness issues with exceptionally strong
tendons and hardy hooves that require little maintenance.
In addition Kambarbay's temperament is golden, very gentle
and attached to those he entrusts. He shows high intelligence
and is very quick to learn.
Kambarbay's first foals have arrived the first of which was
Solaris Hasckia out of Solaris Chiquita
combing the bloodlines of Kambarbay's Akhal Teke ancestors
and the performance bloodlines of the Holstein stallion Contender
and the Selle Francais line of Grand Veneur.
He has crossed well with a variety of mare types, Irish Sport
Horse, Warmblood, Thoroughbred and pony mares. He has proven
a popular choice with mare owners with progeny born throughout
Scotland and the UK. His first foals have arrived in Australia
the USA and the Netherlands in 2015 with his first foals due
in Austrian in 2016.
Our clients have remarked upon their abundant stamina and
energy, with many commenting on a special aptitude to collect
and extend within the gaits especially in canter coupled with
ability to gallop, halt and turn with remarkable ease. They
are exceptionally light footed and light of fore with good
They have been described as being particularly close to people,
bold, brave and inquisitive.
Kambarbay's sire 1219 Kuvvatli (990 Karaman x 950 Enish 885
Kuvvatli is a descendant of the Posman-line, dam family
Fantaziya (Mama Niyaz) born in 1989 at Komsomol Stud, Turkmenistan.
His sire is 990 Karaman and dam 2129 Alchak (line Ak Belek).
He is a half-brother to 1150 Gaigisiz who is one of the best
stallions at the moment in Russia. Kuvvatli's full sister
Sumrygush was a broodmare at Yulduz farm in Russia who became
a breed champion among adult mares in Krasnodar in 1991.
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was trained for dressage and show-jumping prior to retiring
to stud duties.
Recommended for breeding by MAAK as having a very rare and
good pedigree. Mr. Aleksander Klimuk from Stavropol Stud in
Russia liked him a great deal, paying special reference to
Kuvvatli's interesting pedigree and type. Kuuvalti's dam comes
from different branch of line Posman than those from Gaigisiz
as his mother comes from Ak Belek line - quite rare, especially
Kambarbay is currently one of the only 5 Posman-line breeding
stallions in Europe at the moment the other three come from
Gaigisiz' sons. Kuvalti has since passed away at his home
in Estonia at Akhal Teke Est at the age of 19.
Kambarbay's dam Sonata (Arab-line )
Sonata's sire is 960 Mukhtar and dam 2059 Sil (line Peren).
She was born in 1988 at the Komsomol Stud, Turkmenistan and
imported to the Akhal-Teke EST farm in winter 2004/2005.
A mare with very good height for an Akhal-Teke 163cm at the
withers. Sonata bred 6 foals during her life, 3 of them by
the famous stallion 985 Dagestan. Her offspring are used as
sires and broodmares in Russia. She was an excellent mare
with her size producing good and strong horses for sport but
having also good AT type.
In spring 2006 Kambarbay was her first foal by Kuvvatli born
in Estonia. In 2007 she produced a beautiful black filly Guli-Star
by Gulistan. In 2008 her last foal was a beige-perlino filly
Saryyagyz from Kuvvatli full sister to Kambarbay. Sonata passed
away in summer 2009 at the age of 21.