Farm Achalteke Tukleky
Breeding for Type, Performance and Art
Dakpa Sheri ATT
Black filly, *28.1.2022, breeder Farm Achalteke Tukleky, Czech Republic
Line Fakirpelvan, family Kepderi (Temri)
Dakpa Sheri ATT is the first foal by Shergir, Absolute European Champion from 2017. She is typey, sociable, ease to handle foal, with very good movement, especially walk and trot.
About the Pedigree
Dakpa Sheri´s sire Shergir ATT was born on our farm in 2013. Since his birth he attracts attention by its expressive type and good movement. He continued in family tradition and acquired title of Absolute European Champion in 2017 in Babolna. Dakpa Sheri is his first foal on the ground.
Shergir´s sire 1685 Samurai, black, Elite graded, was born at the studfarm Akhalt-Service in 2001. He arrived on our farm in 2004 and started his succesful breeding career as a 4 years old. He sired horses succesful at the championships (European Junior Champion Jangi and Alcippe, Absolute European Champion Shergir ATT, etc.) and also in sport (Syrgyn and Epey in endurance, good show jumping qualities showed Sadalbari ATT, Alcippe ATT and Gisi ATT).Samurai was graded by 8,0 points for quality of his offspring. In 2020 we sold him to Croatia where he continues in his career as a sire.
Shergir´s dam Jana-Jan was born on our farm in 2006, as our first purebred filly. Very feminine, with a lot of type and great movement, she acquired title of European Junior Champion in 2008 in Gut Ising (Germany). Same title won her first foal, filly Jangi, full sister to later European champion Shergir. Most of Jana-Jan´s other foals have excellent type and movement, most of them got high rankings by breeding inspectors. Her offsrping can be found through out Europe, some of them are being prepared for sport career.
Dakpa Sheri´s dam Dijanitra ATT was born in 2011 on our farm. She is full sister to double champion of El Prado exhibition (Uruguay) Galadaw and half-sister to European Junior Champion Jana-Jan. Dijanitra herself placed 2nd in the category of older mares at Corona Bohemiae Cup championship in 2016, where she also got the title of Selection Hope.
Dijanitra´s sire 1437 Germes was born in 1989 at Chagorta studfarm in Russia. He raced as a 2 years old and 4 years old, out of 6 starts he won twice, once finished second and once third. Later was Germes exported to Germany and then to Switzerland. As a 17 years old he came to us and started breeding career. He is sire of three foals - Galadaw (see above), Dijanitra and Alaleh.
Dijanitra´s dam is 2698 Davenda, El line. She was imported in 2004 from Akhalt-Service, Russia and became our foundation mare. Davenda succeeded in breeding already in Russia, producing 3rd and 5th placed at the World Championship, stallion Karakhan, who later became breeding stallion. Except him, two other sons of Davenda are used in breeding - Galadaw (by Germes, Ak Sakal line) in Uruguay (where he became champion of El Prado exhbition twice) and Damask (by Aksum, Arab line) in Czech Republic. Except above-mentioned Jana-Jan, Davenda is dam of several other daughters, including Darakhshan (by Gumon, Kaplan line), winner of several 80-102 km endurance competition in 2018-2019 or Dijanitra (by Germes, Ak Sakal line), 2nd place in her category at CBC championship in 2016, where she also aquired Selection Hope title or Djeren-Djan (by Mingam), Elite graded, etc.
Dakpa Sheri belongs to the family 1252 Kepderi (Lachin). Kepderi, buckskin, was born in 1953 in Turkmenistan, by Ter Kush (Toporbai line), out of 969 Temri (Toporbai line) and was the product of close inbreeding II x II to stallion 044 Tillya Kush. Among her daughters we can find mare 1488 Djakhan, 1590 Lolla (champion of the breed and dam of Lakmus, succesful race and sport horse), 1588 Lan and 2350 Leili. Kepderi family is giving quite versatile athletes - let´s mention Derby winner Dasht, 160km endurance horse Gyshgun, Durkhal (2nd place in 248km endurance competition), M-level dressage Damgan and Shumer Shael, by Anja Beran in classical dressage trained Degni Shael, show jumper Demirkhanum or promising young "movers" Gazam and Adair, etc.