Unless you’ve been living in a cardboard box since the beginning of June, I’m sure you’ve heard about the new update called Dunfell Stables, which is located in Ordin. If you haven’t already gone to check it out, I strongly encourage you to do so, as it is yet another way to help your own personal character become stronger.
The very first thing to understand is that this stallion has two sets of stats. One set he himself uses, and one that stores up for our own personal use. The stats the stallion uses are permanent gains for him. The ones that store up can however be lost. When you are hitting the district, it is simply a gamble on whether you will continue on, or fall so be prepared. Although, even falling off your stallion, you still have gained the experience up to that point for your stallion’s level. The only way not to lose what has been stored so far is to absorb it, which will end your current movement. The amount of times you can move depends on what level your stallion is on.
The more you are able to train your stallion, the higher the stats you will pick up while in the district, so training is a good idea as well. Try to do a combination of training and hitting the district so that you can also gain experience and levels for your stallion. The more your confidence grows, the longer you can chance staying on the horse before falling off.
The turns are replenished during each game reset, and you can also have it replenished two other ways. You can spend the 50 GC’s to have it done and you can also use a reset token, if you have any, to be able to reset the turns. The reset token refreshes many other things too, so make sure to take advantage of all you can before using one. You are able to increase the maximum level for your stallion as well, by using 2 elements. Using Elements also gives +1 to your maximum confidence.
From what I have gathered so far, while hitting the district, the gains you get per click seem to increase, so the longer you are able to stay on, the more beneficial to you as a result. The stored amount is of course higher when you collect it, but also, the actual gains percentage you get per click increases as your horses level and stats increase.