Visit your kennel by tapping the dog head icon (bottom left of the screen). Tap on one of your dogs in its kennel to open its profile and view its stats.
If you have the Performance Analyzer (available from the Shop), you will be able to view additional (hidden) stats.
Hounds will vary in weight but this can also be modified by feeding them specific foods.
Bulk chow increases the weight of your hound over time
Balance kibble will keep your hound at the same weight
Lean mince will cut the weight of your hound over time.
Weight affects a hounds performance on the track. Hounds that are heavier than 30 kilograms will perform better on wet tracks. Hounds weighing less than 30 kilograms are better on dry (sunny) tracks.
Hounds that are bred will start off as puppies and will not be able to race until they are 1 day old.
Hounds purchased from the market will be 1 day old and ready to race.
Female hounds can breed from the age of 2 days.
Hounds will be retired at the age of 10.
Health affects hounds performance and may also cause early retirement if not kept in check.
Health is maintained by keeping your hound properly fed. Some foods are more nutritious than others, tap them before feeding to find out the relative effects.
Happiness also affects performance and can be improved by playing with your hound. There are a range of toys of offer in the store.
Some toys promote happiness better than others. Tap the toy to find out its stats and how many uses are remaining.
Hounds will fatigue as you race them, to the point where they are too tired and can no longer race. You will notice your hound performs very poorly when racing with heavy fatigue. Some hounds will fatigue less than others and recover quicker (due to their hidden recovery stat).
The Performance Analyzer allows you to view more details about your hound. Having access to this information will help you select races or conditions that better suit your hound.
Strength helps a hound perform better on shorter tracks. You can increase a hound’s strength stat via training.
Endurance helps a hound perform better on longer tracks. You can increase a hound’s endurance stat via training.
Focus determines how well a hound will perform in the middle boxes. Hounds with poor focus will be penalised for racing in the middle boxes and should instead try to race in boxes further away from box 4 and 5, with the best options being boxes 1 and 8.
Reflexes determines how quickly your hound will jump at the start of the race. Hounds with higher reflexes will be the first to jump out for a head start.
Recovery determines how quickly your dog will recover from racing and also how many races can be entered before your hound is too tired to race.
Trainability affects the percentage chance of your hound training successfully in either strength or endurance. Hounds with high trainability will have a higher success rate in training than hounds with a low trainability. This does not mean that a highly trainable dog will always successfully train.