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StableMaster will generate a "stable" full of horses for use in your AD&D game. This program uses prices and statistics generally compatible with the 2nd Edition AD&D game rules. A variation of the horse traits tables from the 2nd Edition DMG is used, along with horse coloration and markings supplied by gralhruk on the Dragonsfoot AD&D Forums (and credit is hereby given to him).

Enter the number of horses you wish to generate:

Number of Horses: (max 200)
Stable Quality:

Courtesy of gralhruk, here are explanations of the various horse colors and markings:

Typical Horse Colors

  • Chestnut: Body is reddish brown, mane and tail are the same color or lighter (ie. blondish)
  • Bay: Body is reddish brown, mane and tail are black
  • Black: Horse is jet black
  • White: Horse is white
  • Brown: Anything darker than a bay but not jet black
  • Palomino: Body golden, mane and tail are white
  • Buckskin: Body is golden, mane tail and legs are black
  • Strawberry Roan: Body is reddish brown with white mixed evenly throughout, light mane and tail
  • Red Roan: Body is reddish brown with white mixed evenly throughout, dark mane and tail
  • Blue Roan: Body is darker brown with white mixed evenly throughout, dark mane and tail
  • Grey: Grey body with dark mane and tail

Typical Facial Markings

  • Star: Any white, vaguely circular/oblong marking on the forehead
  • Stripe: A narrow white stripe running from forehead to the nostrils
  • Snip: A white stripe between the nostrils
  • Blaze: A wide white stripe from forehead to nostril
  • Bald/White Faced: The entire forehead is white, including around the eyes

Typical Leg Markings

  • Coronet: A very narrow band just above the hoof
  • Pastern: A band from hoof to the pastern bone (first joint above the hoof)
  • Sock: A band from the hoof that extends above the pastern, but below the hock (second leg joint)
  • Stocking: A band from hoof to hock
Note that markings are usually white. This program will generate white horses with markings; you should ignore the markings information in this case.

 
Questions, Comments, or Complaints? Contact:
  Chris Gonnerman <chris.gonnerman@newcenturycomputers.net>
StableMaster Last Updated 01/15/2019