- Beach gallops - A refreshing gallop for the horse on the sand, helps stamina and heart and works off a few pounds
Gate Speed: No Effect
Muscle Tone: No Effect
It also has a positive effect the horses physical condition; I'm pretty sure just physical condition and not medical.
- Beach walks - A relaxing walk along the seaside. Sea air is good for the soul and condition, but it's not really good for the muscles?
- Conditioning - A medium workout used to 'harden' a horse. Good for stamina and putting on some muscle weight, and being a medium workout it doesn't take too much out of the horse.
- Cross country - Some good positive exercise that builds body stats, although it's fairly taxing. Horses take small steps going over obstacles though...
- Pampering - Sometimes, you just wanna spoil your horse! Massively good for recuperation, but not really the sort of training a true champion needs!
- Short sprints - A medium workout that is aimed at helping your horse reach its' maximum speed as quickly as
Gate Speed: +
Muscle Tone: +
Heart: No Effect
Weight: No Effect
- Starting stalls - A whole load of work in the gates might help your horse to explode from the gates. All this standing waiting for the bell is taxing for the heart though!
- Swimming - A really heavy workout that will really get the blood rushing and the muscles aching. It takes a lot out
of the horse though
Gate Speed: -
Acceleration: No Effect
Muscle Tone: +
Stride: No Effect
- Time trials - This gives the horse practice over race distance. It's tiring, but it certainly helps them learn how to handle a race of that length.
- Trackwork - distance - A long run on the track. Not as tiring as swimming but not as effective either.
- Trackwork - speed - Some time spent at the track focussing on maximising a horses' top speed.
- Walking trail - Time to have a day out with the horse. Has restorative effects for the horse, and some minor impacts on physical stats.