Djibb DisciplinesSure, they are well fitted for any horse/mounted discipline + agility (as you would do with dogs), searching and rescue work, but!They have some pretty special disciplines:More Like This
Tack: Full Leather Armour Tack or Classic Tack
Normally done in packs, where the djibb’s chase down large prey animals. For example deer and if you are unlucky one of your stable horses.
They attack from behind and jump up onto their prey to effectively bring it down.
The rider’s have to do there best to stay on the beasts back once they get started on the hunt. There only job would be to attempt to steer the djibb in the correct direction of the prey.
The chase is just as good as the kill. Djibbs love to run their prey down. Using their large body size and jaws to incapacitate the prey once they have caught them.
This can be done with or without a rider.
If hunt goes with riders, riders can use spears or guns, if this hunt is more of a business th