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Your stable will start out with 50 acres, which is enough land to support 50 horses. You must always have 1 acre available per horse, whether they're living on pasture or in a stall, so eventually you will have to expand your property. If you ever run out of space, you will be unable to buy or claim new horses. |
If you're ever unsure how many horses you have, you can check by visiting your main Stable page. It will look something like "Acres: 4/50 filled". Below this, you will also see a breakdown of how many Yearlings, Racing, and Bloodstock horses you own. If you come within 5 acres of your available acreage, a warning icon will appear to let you know you need to expand soon.
|You probably won't need to expand your farm for awhile, but it's good to familiarize yourself with how to do so. You can buy more acreage by going to the Stable tab and clicking Manage Farm in the left side under the 'Manage' header. From there, look for the Expand Property section near the top of the page. This is where you can buy more land (acres) to allow you to own more horses. You can pay in either FF$ or PC. This will let you keep more horses in pastures or allow you to build more stables. Later on, this will allow you to build Farm Plots once you unlock the relevant skill.|
|One of the greatest things about building barns is the organization feature. If you change your mind about how you'd like to organize down the road -- maybe you have more racers, or more broodmares! -- that's just fine. When you look at your Current Barns, you will see one button that says 'Edit'. If you click this, you can change the name. You can also change the category if you'd like to switch it (from 'yearlings' to 'retired', for example!) -- there is no limit on how many times you do this. However, once you demolish a barn, it's really gone for good, so try to repurpose a barn before destroying it!|
In addition to buying more acreage, you can use this page to manage your stables and rehabilitation equipment. Stables can be created from your inventory once you've purchased (or otherwise obtained) Stable Blueprint or Deluxe Stable Blueprint items. Stables allow you to sort and organize your horses more easily and also have added benefits such as increasing Morale and Condition.|
Equine therapy equipment can be purchased once you earn the appropriate Business skill. Once you have them, your injured horses will have access to new rehabilitation exercises which greatly speed up their injury recovery.