The Akhal Teke Horse Center was established in 1988.
The Akhal Teke Horse Center was established in 1988. It is located on 17000 square meters along the Kizilirmak river. This horse farm was once upon a time only a dream, but has struggled over the long and sometimes difficult years to become a flourishing enterprise with a 300 square meter indoor restaurant, a 3000 square meter garden restaurant, a barn containing 30 horse-boxes, and an open manege.
Its founder is Mr. Ercihan Dilari.
Mr. Ercihan Dilari is a horseman who has achieved lots of firsts for Turkey. He has turned his dream into his business, taking on the duty of making horses and riding dear to the Turkish public. He has never seen horses as just animals but views them as companions for the road and for life.
Accompanied by his horse Anadolu, he has established the longest Cultural Route in all of Turkey. In this, he was assisted by the project team of academics.
Ercihan loves to share his knowledge and experience with his friends, and has organized horse riding expeditions all over the world in different terrains and conditions. Meanwhile, his son Bekir Dilari continues to develop the Akhal Teke Horse Center.
Ercihan, together with Riders of the The Lost Paths, is organizing special horse riding tours with limited participants to France, America (Oregon), Germany, Chile, Ethiopia, Jordan, Morocco, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan.