Understanding Your Chicken
Each chicken has various stats, Understanding the stats of your chickens and of others will help you win more frequently.


Each chicken comes from four different heritages.
A new breed from Malaysia that was designed for racing. They are fast, nimble, and hard to hit. There are few around but if you can grab one, you have yourself a strong racer.
From the palaces of the Ottoman Empire, the Serai-Tavuk (Fowls of the Sultan) were bred for their plumage. This exclusive breeding gave them unique muscle structure, making them enduring racers.
A chaotic breed from Europe, its true origins are unclear. Of either Dutch or Germanic descent, the Lakenvelders are talented birds with a tenacious attitude and wild nature.
An old Breed from Britain with roots back to the Roman Empire. Sturdy and steadfast, the Dorking is a very common breed that does well on its home turf.


Each chicken has a perfection score, from 1% to 100%. A 100% perfect chicken is a top performer of the highest calibre. A 100% perfect chicken will usually beat a similar 99% perfect chicken. But given the right circumstances, the 99% perfect chicken can win, as no chicken is truly perfect.
The original 33,333 each have a Perfection score of 90% or higher.


A chicken’s stock is a rough guide to what generation the chicken belongs to. There are 6 stocks, from Spicy down to Bland.
Spicy chickens are generally stronger, but not always so. Stock is only one of the factors that will determine a chicken's performance during a race. By breeding smart, you can create offspring that are as strong or stronger than their parents.


Each chicken has a special talent that if you’re fortunate, they will perform during a race. They might start flying to overtake other racers, or launch a deadly blue egg to take out a leading opponent.
Some talents are rarer than others, and their successful execution might mean a victory for your chicken.

Terrain Preference

Each race has one of seven terrain types. Dirt, Grass, Road, Rock, Sand, Snow, and Track. Each chicken has a single terrain preference and will perform better in races that have a matching terrain type. Discovering your chicken’s preference will lead to more consistent wins.

Distance Preference

Each race can be one of six different distances. 100m, 120m, 140m, 160m, 180m, and 200m. Each chicken has a distance preference for short, medium or long races. Discovering your chicken’s preferred distance and running in those races will help it to perform better.


Sometimes your chicken isn’t quite feeling it. Other times, they are raring to go and exceed your expectations. Each chicken has a Consistency value that will affect your chicken’s performance in a race. Some chickens are more consistent than others, but the inconsistent ones can surprise and outperform the strongest of racers in the right conditions.


A Chicken can be either a Hen (female) or a Rooster (male).


How well each chicken will perform in a given race is based on a variety of variables. Heritage, Stock, Perfection, Consistency, Talent, Terrain Preference and Distance Preference are the primary variables to consider when determining how well your chicken will do. How important each one is will vary from chicken to chicken and from race to race.
However, these are not the only variables. There are other elements that determine how well your chicken will perform. Some we've hinted at already, others are hidden and shall come out over time. Part of the gameplay is discovering these other factors. Knowing the game, your chicken and other chickens is the most important factor in determining how often you'll win.

Chicken Distribution

Here is a breakdown of the perfection and heritages found in our initial run of 33,333 Spicy chickens. The strong Seramas are few in number, while the Dorkings are more numerous. Don't think a Dorking can't beat a Serama though, as heritage is just one of the stats that goes towards a chicken's performance.
Perfection and Heritage counts