With the breed being revamped, it was time to show some more examples of the variation available within the breed. Note: manes omitted to show conformation
All body types in order:
Light ---- Light-Medium ---- Medium ---- Medium-Heavy ---- HeavyDoes
Does are typically smaller and more finely built than stags, with more delicate features. Their chests are also typically not as deep, resulting in a more rounded figure. Some does may also grow horn(s), however this is typically undesirable among many females as it is not considered feminine or attractive. They also have less hair than a stag, but may still have feathered feet. Their tails also tend to be less full.Stags
Stags tend to show more body type variation than does, with heavier frames easier to achieve. Though this variation is more easily noticeable in males, females also come in the same body types. The stag on the right shows a medium-light specimen, with a mane, feathering and tufted tail. The stag on the left shows a medium-heavy body type, which can be achieved both through genetics and an over-abundance of food. Heavy body types are larger again with thicker limbs, though these are rare. Light type stags are a little heavier than does with deep chests. Stags may have excessive to no manes, with feathering and tail tufts optional.