A Son Darya is good.
A Bagh Darya and a Dagadha Darya are both bad
A Set Darya is better than a Son Darya.
A Khirang is of a shallow or fickle mind; one with a star inclined to the right is to be noted.
A Khirang Ranghbar with a blaze pointed towards its nose is not of a good disposition.
A Khirang Bhadara with both the eyes brown is good; with one such eye it is also good, if the eye is on the sile on which you mount, and it may be accepted by the Horseman.
A deocharai is bad.
A kalia Bhadara is to be noted, i.e., it is bad. It is fair if it has a line mark on one leg, it is bad if its legs are large or stout.
A Tuling Pakhara is not good.
An Ablakh is very good.
A Sukila Ablakh is good.
A Chal Ablakh is good.
A Kalia Ablakh is bad.
An Ablakh Pakhara can be hardly taught to trot; one may be good with good markings.