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[ INDEX ] Equine Type: Horse Breed: Chumbivilcas (Chumbi) [ PREV ] [ NEXT ]
The tallest of the Andeans:
Bred in the Cuzco and Apurimac regions, the Chumbivilcas is taller, stronger, and more agile on average that the other two Andean subtypes. Because of its attributes, the Peruvian army preferred to use the Chumbivilcas as a cavalry horse over the other Andean subtypes.
Today, the Chumbivilcas is mainly used for transportation in the Andes Mountains as well as for local, flat galloping races.
In Horse Isle, the Chumbivilcas has a longer neck and longer legs compared to the other Andean subtypes. The neck is slightly more arched and connects slightly higher to the withers, and the body is wider on average to give the Chumbivilcas a more 'cavalry'-like appearance.
The following are the: range, average, (SD), and MOE of performance metrics of ordered Chumbivilcas horses in Horse Isle (not bred ones). In rare cases,
Speed: 14.7-15.9, 15.2 (0.3), 0.05.
Sprint: 37-46, 42 (2), 0.39.
Accel: 0.81-0.98, 0.90 (0.03), 0.01.
Decel: 0.82-0.95, 0.89 (0.03), 0.01.
Jump: 5.04-5.22, 5.14 (0.04), 0.01.
Pull: 1.22-1.78, 1.55 (0.11), 0.02.
Turning: 44.78-57.11, 50.91 (2.28), 0.45.
Reverse: 2.4-3.0, 2.6 (0.1), 0.03.
Stamina: 41.39-45.34, 43.04 (0.92), 0.18.
Reaction: 0.76-0.85, 0.81 (0.02), 0.00.
Coats & Height:
Colors: usually bay or grey, but also brown, chestnut, and, more rarely, black, or dun.
Additionals: flaxen, linebacked, roan, sooty, dark mane and tail. The coat can be mealy to a limited extent, and horses will be penalized for excessive mealiness. In addition, the coat is always solid, and while markings occur on the face and legs, they are small-to-medium in size.
Height: 14hh to 14.2hh.
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