I wouldn't get your hopes up about this one, he's rather weak.
He isn't the fastest stallion around, but he isn't the slowest either.
We won't know for a while, but looks like he's got a decent amount of stamina.
This stallion is very cautious and gracious when he moves.
This stallion stops and starts more than a student driver!
This seems like a very balanced stallion.
Not only is this stallion lithe, he's quick about it as well.
This stallion can't tell the difference between a cat and a dog!
The evaluation committee will review your horse and compare it with the breed or discipline
information contained with the guide book. You must have a guide book in your inventory in order
to evaluate a breed or discipline.
Barrel Racing Evaluation
The Evaluation Committee has reviewed your horse and offers the following observations
Overall Horses Conformation and Physique Order by most important to least important
Ideal & Rating
Very Important [Rating *****]
Approx 16.2hh [Rating *****]
5 Moderate [Rating ***]
Medium-Heavy [Rating ****]
Calm [Rating **]
Horses Ability Breakdown Ordered by most important to least important
Very Good *****
Very Good ****
Overall Horses Basic Physique
Ideal & Rating
Mature Range This horse is [Rating ] Rating is based on estimated mature height.
Your Horse is [Rating ] Build is 75% Type and 25% Body Size. Build is a reference, but not a requirement for creating a new breed.
Your Horse is [Rating ] Body Size describes the overall bulk of the horse.
Your Horse is [Rating ] Type is the description of leg length to body length.
x or Your Horse is [Rating ]
Breed Evaluations are useful for identifying horses which
may help towards creating a new breed.