Process enablingmaximum support for the breeder
The aim is to make clearer the breeder’schoice of stallion through an initial phase where he provides as full and accurate a description of his mares as possible, then a second phase where he chooses the characteristics he wishes to change in the next generation - in other words, the foal.
Using specially developed software, the GFE can then suggest suitable stallions to its customers purely based on sporting performance through improving morphology and the musculo-skeletal system.
The description phase looks at morphology, the musculo-skeletal system, natural manner of jumping and behaviour at the stud and at work.
The review phase questions what the breeding hopes to achieve: the same characteristics obviously cannot be expected from a foal that is to be sold after weaning, as a three-year-old, or kept by the owner.