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Injuries

Injury Causes
Horses on FFH can sustain injuries from racing - just like in real life! Injuries don't just happen randomly; there is always a contributing factor. If you take care to avoid the largest contributors toward injuries, you will greatly reduce how often your horses are injured and will avoid catastrophic injuries almost entirely.
Risk
Risk is an important factor in determining how hardy your horse is. Horses with high Risk are much more likely to be accident prone and will likely suffer frequent injuries. Any level of Risk may contribute toward minor injuries, however horses with high Risk are much more likely to suffer major injuries. A horse's starting Risk is determined at birth based loosely upon Conformation genes. Horses with Fair or Poor Conformation are more likely to have higher Risk - but not always.

A horse's Risk can (and likely will) fluctuate throughout their life. Risk may increase for a number of reasons, including:
• feeding Hype or Bloom
• entering a 3yo in 9+ furlong or 600+ yd races
• training and/or racing horses with low Maturity
• suffering a major injury
• scoring significantly lower than a Buddy in a workout
• Buddy Working with low Condition

Horses with higher levels of Risk may suffer consequences at monthly rollover - Horses with high Risk may have a slightly harder time maintaining Condition. Horses with extremely high Risk (90%+) may lose Soundness.
Assessing Risk
Horses will receive a race note if they have Risk above 40%, and a different race note if Risk is over 80%. Risk over 40% can contribute to more severe injuries. It is up to each player to decide how much Risk they are comfortable racing a horse with; using certain items or balancing factors can help horses race safely even with Risk greater than 0%.

You should monitor your horses' Risk before they start racing, and throughout their race career. If you have a Forever Pro account, you will be able to see each horse's Risk trait on their page. If you do not have Forever Pro, fear not! You can get an accurate estimation of what level of Risk a horse has by looking for the race notes pertaining to Risk or checking the indicator next to Risk in the Race Check Pop-up (found on horse’s page next to the name of the race they’re entered in).

The following can also be contributing factors towards minor or major injuries:
Misentry Perhaps the #1 cause of injury is incorrectly entering horses. You should always pay close attention to what distances and what surface a horse is trained for and only enter races that match the distance and surface a horse is trained on.

A horse with at least 75% (green) training for the entered distance and surface will receive no contribution to injury chances from distance and surface. However, if a horse is yellow on the distance and/or surface of the race, it will contribute an insignificant chance of injury and is still thus perfectly acceptable.
Energy Entering a horse with lower Energy is another common cause of injuries. To avoid adding to the chance of injury, horses should only be entered when they have 70% Energy or more at the time the race runs. This means you should take care not to do extra training (or certain feeding) after entering a horse in a race. You should also never enter a horse in multiple races unless you are willing to risk an injury or have given said horse an item such as Sugar Cubes.
Condition Condition is another leading cause of injuries. Your horse does not need to be at 100% Condition to race, but they do need to be at least 50% to be reasonably safe.
Soundness Declining Soundness means a horse's body is no longer as strong and stable as it once was. This means they are more susceptible to injury. While it's common to enter horses with slightly low Soundness, the further Soundness declines the more likely a horse is to suffer injury. Extremely low Soundness is a major cause of catastrophic injuries.

Many consider 80% the minimum Soundness which is acceptable to race at, but if you’re planning on using the horse in question as a buddy or as breeding stock you may not wish to allow it to decline that much. Soundness lower than 100% also begins to affect their PR in races.
Maturity Low Maturity contributes in two ways towards injuries. First, any horse with low Maturity (lower than 60%) has a higher chance to be injured in races. Second, entering a horse with anything under 60% Maturity will cause them to gain Risk. Training a horse with less than 40% Maturity (for training other than Track/Trail rides, assuming the horse has been saddle broke) or less than 25% (any training other than Groundwork) will also increase risk.
Mud Muddy tracks can be dangerous and may lead to injury. A horse's bias toward Mud determines how much they are impacted by this. 'Low' Mud rating means a horse will not only perform worse but be at a higher risk of injury when racing on wet tracks. 'High' Mud, on the other hand, can race on wet tracks with little to no additional risk.
Caring for Injuries
There are two ways to discover if your horse has been injured. Your horse will have an icon beside their name in your barn, and your Race Results page will indicate a Race Note with “Returned Sore” or “Pulled Up”, along with an icon.
Veterinary Exam
The first thing you need to do with an injured horse is visit the Veterinarian, where you can have an injury evaluation done for your horse. The cost of this exam will vary depending upon injury severity, ranging from a few thousand dollars to several hundred thousand. (The expense is reduced for lower rank members to assist when learning how to race their horses.)

Rather than charging your account directly, the cost of all veterinary services will be added to your vet bill. This will ensure that you can get your horses examined and treated right away, even if they require an expensive surgery. Rather than worrying about your bank falling into the negative or having to wait to examine or treat an injured horse, you can pay your vet bill whenever it's convenient for you.

To pay your vet bill, go the Veterinarian page under the Services tab. There will be a Vet Bills section, which will display the current amount you owe. Keep in mind that a 5% interest will be added to the bill at the end of each month if you have not paid your bill. If your bill reaches $250,000, you will be unable to purchase horses from the Horse Trader. If your bill reaches $1,000,000, you will be unable to use any further veterinary services.
Injury Severity
The Veterinarian will state the type of injury, prognosis, and severity of the injury; this information will also be available under Exercise on the horse’s Care page whilst they undergo Rehabilitation. Severity is especially important to pay attention to because this will change as the horse recovers - which works hand in hand with rehabilitation time. There are two severity classifications for injuries: minor or major.

Minor injuries are the most common types of injuries; most minor injuries will have a severity under 20-30% and may only require one or two sessions of rehabilitation before the horse can resume normal exercise and racing. Superficial injuries (lacerations, bruises, dehydration) will often only require a little first aid before the horse can get back to regular training. They may heal immediately upon being treated by a vet and often only require one or two sessions of rehabilitation. It is rare for horses with a minor injury to require stall rest.

Major injuries are much more severe; most common major injuries will be under 70%. Very high severity injuries (into the 90% range) are quite rare. Major injuries will almost always require a period of stall rest followed by another period of rehabilitation. Some major injuries will require surgery. This will happen immediately upon veterinary examination and can be expensive. If this happens, it will be noted in the message you see when your horse is examined by the vet. In rare cases, major injuries may be severe enough that a horse must be retired or, even more rarely, euthanized. . Severe injuries that don't require retirement can sometimes allow an early retirement option if the severity is high enough.

Major injuries have a permanent negative effect on a horse's PR, while even minor injuries will cause a lower PR in the race where they sustained the injury.
Rehabilitation
Whenever a horse is currently injured they may not participate in normal training or enter races. Instead, a different set of exercise options will show up on their Exercise page, including information about their current injury. This will state the type of injury, prognosis, and severity.

The severity of your injury will determine what types of rehabilitation exercises your horse can perform.

Horses who are just coming out of surgery or have an otherwise major injury may require Stall Rest for several months. Horses on Stall Rest cannot be trained. After the period of Stall Rest is complete, they may begin very gentle exercises such as physiotherapy (stretches and light work) or hydrotherapy. The first available rehabilitation option in the drop down is the one which the horse will benefit the most from, so it is generally the recommended exercise. Horses who are on the road to recovery may begin hand walking or using a hot walker. Finally, horses who are just about ready to hit the track again can do reconditioning workouts, similar to Long Gallops, to start getting back into racing shape.

Unlike regular Exercise options, you can only do one Rehabilitation session per month regardless of your horse's Energy. However, you can still complete a Rehabilitation session even if the horse has already performed other training in that month. For example, if a horse that trains and races in April A is injured, they can still do rehab in April B.
Injury Prevention and Care
The best way to prevent injury is to maintain good training and racing practices within your barns. This means doing everything you can to mitigate the chances of being injured as outlined above. However, if you make a mistake and increase a horse's Risk or simply have a horse that needs a little "bubble wrap", there are a number of things you can do to further decrease your chance of injuries.
Long Gallops Exercising your horse with a Long Gallop can reduce Risk and increase Soundness. Keep in mind that Long Gallops take a large amount of Energy, must be done as the first training of the month, and may increase Risk on horses with low Maturity.
Basic Wraps If there is only one thing you take away from this page, let it be this. Always keep wraps on all of your racing horses. Basic Wraps can be purchased for a nominal fee in the Tack Shop. They can also be obtained for free through various seasonal events. Basic Wraps will reduce your horse's chance of injury by 50%, meaning if you have them on every horse you will see approximately 50% fewer injuries. They also have a chance to reduce Risk if a horse wears them while exercising.
Ultra Wraps Ultra Wraps are a step up from Basic Wraps. They can also be purchased from the Tack Shop - though they cost more (PC), they have infinite uses and improved benefits. They can also be obtained through various seasonal events. First, Ultra Wraps will reduce chances of injury by 80%. Second, they have a chance to reduce a horse's Risk each time they train while wearing Ultra Wraps. If you have a horse with high Risk, this is an excellent way to bring it down.
Defend Defend is a standard type of feed available in the Feed Shop which is used to reduce Risk. A horse can be fed Defend any time their Risk is higher than 0%. Defend can take Energy when fed.
Mineral Blocks Mineral Blocks are a supplement available in Rumpled Packages from the Rusty Recycler. They will greatly reduce Risk instantly and also increase Longevity and Soundness. A horse can only have Mineral Blocks 3 times during their lifetime.
Golden Alfalfa Cubes Golden Alfalfa Cubes are a rare supplement available from the Smelter. Useful for many reasons, when fed they immediately reduce Risk while also boosting Maturity, Energy, and Condition, all of which can contribute to injury.
Bundle of TLC Bundle of TLC is an item you can craft in the workshop. By increasing a variety of "rested gains", it has many benefits that make it a great choice for horses struggling with injuries. Most importantly, Bundle of TLC will reduce Risk and increase Condition, which are two of the leading causes of injury. Gains from a Bundle of TLC are not instantaneous but happen at rollovers.
Grandma's Sampler Grandma's Samplers have numerous uses. As far as injuries go, you can use them to reduce the severity and recovery time of an injury or you can use them to reduce Risk. Grandma's Samplers can be crafted in the Workshop with items that fall in January. As they are rarer than some of the above options, they're best reserved for cases where those items won't work or aren't available.
Zenspired Jockey Zenspired is one of the skills you can give your custom jockeys. While it only provides average benefits to racing performance, this skill may be sought after by people who have many horse with higher risk or who just want to reduce their overall number of injuries. Zenspired jockeys will decrease your horse's chance of being injured in races and may also decrease their Risk stat.
Rehabilitation Facility Once you have the 8th star in Business skills, you have the option to open up an equine therapy center or rehabilitation facility for your barn. This is a very expensive addition to your farm, but can save a lot of time and money in the long run. If you have these facilities, all rehabilitation training will work twice as well, meaning your horses will recover from injuries in half the normal time. This can save you from using Samplers and can also help get horses back on the track (earning money) faster.
Ice Wraps Ice Wraps are available in the Pro Shop, and these will gradually decrease Risk, Injury Severity and also increase Soundness over a period of 4 months.

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Issa (#1)
07/12/24 10:55 pm
Yearling Auctions are open for consignments. Consignments will close no sooner than Thursday after the September A rollover.
Issa (#1)
07/09/24 11:41 am
A bug which was allowing horses to eat supplements more than once per month has been fixed.
Issa (#1)
06/28/24 11:22 am
July's Board Game Arena tournaments are open for registration! Links are posted in Discord.
Issa (#1)
06/12/24 10:54 am
The Appaloosa yearling raffle will be held sometime Friday afternoon or evening. Tickets are available to purchase through 2:00pm Friday. For more information, see the recent news post.
Issa (#1)
06/05/24 9:22 am
Reminder: Tickets for the broodmare raffle must be purchased by tomorrow at approximately 1:30-2:00pm. If you need a last minute ticket tomorrow, contact me to be sure it gets in. (If I'm not around I'll still see your message before finalizing horses for the raffle.) For more info, see the recent news post about the raffles.
Issa (#1)
06/04/24 5:29 pm
The limit on Horse Trader Appaloosa broodmares has been (temporarily) increased to 20.
Issa (#1)
06/01/24 1:20 pm
Reminder: Today is the last day for the GAO dispersal!
Issa (#1)
05/29/24 12:59 pm
June Board Game Arena tournaments are open for registration! Links can be found in Discord. Please reach out if you have any questions.
Issa (#1)
05/28/24 1:06 pm
Radiant Truffles are no longer limited by a horse's race starts or remaining Prime.
Issa (#1)
05/20/24 7:28 pm
A Breeding Workshop is beginning now in Discord! Head over to ask any and all questions related to breeding and matching.
Issa (#1)
05/19/24 9:54 pm
Springo now gives rewards for up to 20 games per day in January and February.
Issa (#1)
05/19/24 8:09 pm
February will again be 2 weeks with rollover running on Sunday, June 2nd.
Issa (#1)
05/19/24 10:38 am
Racing dispersal is available at the Golden Apple Orchard through the end of February.
Issa (#1)
05/13/24 1:18 pm
Beginning with the Y57 Year End Awards, contesting horses must have 15 races within their division to qualify for awards.
Issa (#1)
05/11/24 2:43 pm
Contesting horses who would have earned points in a race no longer drop below earning 1 point in their race. This means horses who would typically earn 1-2 points in a race earn 1, while horses who would have earned 3 or more points still earn 2 points less than normal.
Issa (#1)
05/10/24 9:02 pm
Gelding now offers a higher compensation for retired stallions. However, gelding compensation is decreased for any horse that is already graded before gelding. Details can be found on the Gelding page.
Issa (#1)
05/10/24 1:08 pm
Genotype Search now includes an option to search for horses who have earned a Minor, Major, or Master from a transition discipline.
Issa (#1)
05/08/24 1:39 pm
Experience decline when feeding Focus, Hype, and Gleam has been reduced.
Issa (#1)
05/07/24 1:24 pm
All Paint marking genes are now weighted by breed. Paint Horses have a higher chance of passing Paint markings to their foals, while all other breeds have a lower chance of passing Paint markings to their foals. This makes the classification of Paint markings Common for Paint Horses and Rare for all other breeds.
Issa (#1)
05/05/24 5:21 pm
Prime has been broken and has not been declining at all for several game years. As a result, most horses have substantially more Prime than should be appropriate. (Ex: A 6yo who hit 100% Peak by the time they turned 4 should have lost 24+ Prime but has actually lost none.) Rather than setting all horses to what they should have, horses 5 and older will temporarily lose Prime twice as fast to accommodate.
Issa (#1)
05/04/24 4:51 pm
Sunkissed Tarts may only be used on horses 3 years or older.
Issa (#1)
05/03/24 2:14 pm
Penalties for neglecting care of horses have been reduced.
Issa (#1)
04/26/24 6:19 pm
Reminder: The Pro Shop Sale ends Sunday!
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04/26/24 6:19 pm
Reminder: The Pro Shop Sale ends Sunday!
Issa (#1)
04/26/24 11:53 am
May Board Game Arena tournaments are now open for registration through Discord. Tournaments begin May 1st.
Issa (#1)
04/16/24 1:14 pm
Forever Pro Traits are now publicly visible on horses whose owners have Forever Pro. This should be helpful when troubleshooting race performance.
Issa (#1)
04/07/24 8:40 pm
A racing workshop is starting now in Discord!
Issa (#1)
03/31/24 10:47 am
The Y56 Yearling Sales are now open for consignment. Yearlings may be consigned through the beginning of September when the auctions open for bidding.
Issa (#1)
03/22/24 2:21 pm
Alfalfa Cubes will no longer raise Maturity of 2yos who are already at least 60% or 3yos who are already at least 80% mature.
Issa (#1)
03/22/24 12:41 pm
Bundle of TLC can no longer be used on horses under age 3. Alfalfa Cubes can no longer be fed to yearlings.
Issa (#1)
03/22/24 11:28 am
The amount of Risk gained when feeding Hype now varies based upon a horse's current Energy. Horses with higher Energy gain less Risk.
Issa (#1)
03/02/24 9:11 pm
Spring season Board Game Arena tournaments begin March 5th! Visit #🎲board-game-arena in Discord for more information.
Issa (#1)
02/24/24 10:46 am
Reminder: It's the last day for open dispersal at the GAO!
Issa (#1)
02/15/24 5:42 pm
All horses need to be retested for Genetic Merit. There are no changes to the award, but some horses lost their GM/GD and retesting ensures they all have the awards they should.
Issa (#1)
02/11/24 2:05 pm
February will be 2 weeks, with rollover happening on Sunday, February 25h.
Issa (#1)
02/10/24 5:07 pm
Although Appendix stock horses cannot enter flat series races, they are eligible for contesting series races.
Issa (#1)
02/10/24 1:38 pm
Sparks of Joy, Grooming jobs and Sanctum of Gold all now award player experience.
Issa (#1)
02/10/24 12:54 pm
A new Yearling Quick View has been added. It shows Morale, Maturity, Risk and indicates if a horse has Genetic Ratings purchased (as required for YA). Additionally, yearlings now show Forever Pro Traits in their Trait & Stat Panel so that you can more easily manage Risk.
Issa (#1)
02/07/24 10:56 am
Stallions with tested Above Average or Legendary Producer Quality can no longer grade F. If you have one who is currently F, his grade will adjust if inspected again.
Issa (#1)
02/06/24 8:20 pm
Would like to earn a free Appaloosa stallion? Complete this form to claim your tickets for the upcoming raffle! Tickets must be claimed by Sunday, February 11th at 11:00am.
Issa (#1)
02/06/24 11:41 am
If you used a Cupid's Arrow for Y56 foals and all of your mares do not show the green 'Guaranteed' + icon in Mare Services, please contact me on FFH or Discord so that your mares can be fixed before they foal.
Issa (#1)
01/28/24 10:25 pm
Reminder: The January Pro Shop sale ends at the end of the month. Prices of several items and upgrades will be adjusted at the beginning of February, as explained in this news post.
Issa (#1)
01/28/24 10:23 pm
Horse care has been enabled again. You can resume feeding and training horses.
Issa (#1)
01/26/24 6:32 pm
Horses who have used either Family Jewels or Mythos Scepter now show a magic wand icon under Producer Quality (even if not visible) to indicate that their PQ is not what they were naturally born with.
Issa (#1)
01/26/24 6:31 pm
Mythos Scepter has been revamped and is now an item you can use to change either Colt or Filly PQ of retired horses. More information can be found in the item's description and notes.
Issa (#1)
01/26/24 1:07 pm
The Appaloosa raffle will be held at 9:00pm tonight. You do not need to be present to win. Since the raffle is happening pretty late, ticket sales will remain open through 6:00pm.
Issa (#1)
01/26/24 1:06 pm
Mare grade inspections have reopened. There is a now a fee for grade testing mares, as listed on the inspection page. Mares do not need to be tested to be eligible to breed. The only other adjustment to mare grading is the removal of surface from the grading formula.
Issa (#1)
01/23/24 11:26 am
Don't forget it's the last week to purchase yearling partnerships for Y55!
Issa (#1)
01/22/24 11:52 am
Open dispersal of racers and broodmares at the Golden Apple Orchard will close at the end of February Y56.
Issa (#1)
01/19/24 11:49 am
Ultra Wraps are now marked with a blue checkmark in Racing Quick View to easily find horses who are wearing them.
Issa (#1)
01/06/24 7:12 pm
Tournaround Medallion may be used on any breed to improve their transition genes. Additionally, it now improves a horse's Endurance/Lead Change gene by one level. Before you rush out and buy some - note that it will be part of the upcoming January Pro Shop specials!
Issa (#1)
01/04/24 5:56 pm
Stallion Grade Testing has been reopened. Surface has been removed from the grade formula since it no longer impacts foal Potential.
Issa (#1)
01/03/24 6:21 pm
Dance of the Dunes will have a new open division for all races this year, in addition to the usual colt/gelding and filly divisions.
Issa (#1)
12/30/23 3:19 pm
Kickstarter is now available in the Golden Apple Orchard.
Issa (#1)
12/27/23 4:58 pm
Initiate's Quest is no longer open to Amateur players and is now limited to only Green and Novice.
Issa (#1)
12/23/23 12:56 pm
100yd races for 4yo+ have been added to the Midsummer Revelry series.
Issa (#1)
12/18/23 4:08 pm
The bug with miscarriages having a blank complication note on mare Breeding Info pages has been fixed. Additionally, complicates are now sorted with the most recent at top, much like progeny lists, BWs, and race history.
Issa (#1)
12/17/23 9:27 am
Grade testing is closed until further notice.
Issa (#1)
12/02/23 10:25 am
Today's the last day to participate in the Pro Shop Sale! (Possibly early tomorrow morning if you're in a different time zone.) Please also make sure you've voted in the polls for Colby's Crew and Old Friends. Colby's Crew has significantly less votes than Old Friends, so looks like some of you might have missed it in the news.
Issa (#1)
12/01/23 11:49 am
The Year's End Calendar starts today! Don't forget to stop by the Vale of Runes to open the door each day in December.
Issa (#1)
11/24/23 3:31 pm
Great news! We are able to sponsor a horse at Old Friends. Please vote in this poll to pick a horse.
Issa (#1)
11/15/23 3:11 pm
If you won an Appy stallion in the raffle and do not have Stat Gene, Heritage, Peak/Prime stablewide upgrades, please PM or DM me a link to the stallion.
Issa (#1)
11/14/23 6:19 pm
Answers to the Upgrade Raffle Challenge can be found here. Again, I'd highly recommend reading this even if you didn't participate as these questions address some incredibly important keys to racing success.
Issa (#1)
11/14/23 10:40 am
Upgrade raffles will be running tonight at 5:00pm! You don't need to be present, but are welcome to hang out in Discord to celebrate with the winners.
Issa (#1)
11/11/23 4:54 pm
Deadline for the upgrade raffles has been extended to Monday at 6:00pm. There's not many entries yet so be sure to get yours in!
Issa (#1)
11/11/23 4:41 pm
Gene Reducers may now only be used on bred horses, not Horse Trader, Import, or Select Sale horses.
Issa (#1)
11/11/23 12:11 pm
Answers to the Stallion Raffle Challenge, as well as the most relevant Handbook links, can be found here. Highly recommend everyone check this out, even if you didn't participate, because this covers a lot of the most important information for successful breeding!
Issa (#1)
11/10/23 4:56 pm
An additional rule has been added for raffle stallions - they may not be Cloaked.
Issa (#1)
11/07/23 8:24 pm
Stallion raffle tickets must be claimed by Friday at 5:00pm. The raffle will be held Friday evening.
Issa (#1)
11/07/23 11:13 am
Juuuuust kidding! (About the previous post...) I just added 1 additional Liver Chestnut and 1 additional Flaxen Liver Chestnut. Enjoy!
Issa (#1)
11/06/23 9:53 pm
We've added 7 new shades of Chestnut including 2 regular Chestnut, 2 Flaxen, 1 Liver, and 2 Flaxen Liver. All new shades can be viewed in the Horse Previewer.
Issa (#1)
11/05/23 5:09 pm
If you have an Appaloosa who is heterozygous or homozygous for Mottling, you may update their image to correctly show their mottling by reloading from their Image Gallery.
Issa (#1)
11/05/23 4:39 pm
The Appaloosa Select broodmare raffle will be held tomorrow, Monday, at 9:00pm FFH time. Tickets must be purchased by 7:00pm.
Issa (#1)
11/05/23 12:31 pm
February will be 2 weeks this year with races running on November 19th. This is not a permanent change, but one we feel is best in the circumstances of Y55.
Issa (#1)
11/04/23 12:36 pm
Midsummer Revelry now includes 500yd races for 3yo ONLY and 700yd races for 4yo+.
Issa (#1)
11/04/23 12:35 pm
Trials of Olympus now includes 7F races for 3yo ONLY.
Issa (#1)
11/03/23 10:24 am
The Appaloosa Select broodmare raffle is being postponed to either Sunday or Monday. Tickets may be purchased up through 1 hour before the time the raffle begins, which will be announced on Sunday.
Issa (#1)
11/01/23 1:42 pm
Question #22 in the Stallion Raffle Challenge has been updated for clarity.
Issa (#1)
11/01/23 10:49 am
Stallion Raffle Challenge update: If you are confused about what a question is asking for, you may contact me (DM or PM) for clarification before submitting.
Issa (#1)
10/28/23 6:04 pm
2yo and 3yo stallion raffle eligibility has been updated due to an error in the script - a few more are eligible for tickets that weren't showing before. Additionally, you must have raced at least 20 2yo, 20 3yo, and 30 4yo+ to be eligible for the category.
Issa (#1)
10/28/23 3:19 pm
Appaloosa broodmares are now available in the horse trader. Each player may purchase broodmares until they have 20+ total Appaloosa broodmares.
Issa (#1)
10/28/23 2:12 pm
A new account setting has been added to show your barn names as buttons rather than text. A new option in barn naming allows you to designate a barn as the start of a new line.
Issa (#1)
10/28/23 12:25 pm
Appaloosa color shows are now published for January.
Issa (#1)
10/28/23 11:28 am
Surf and Turf has been added to the Golden Apple Orchard and is also now a possible reward when harvesting farm plots.
Issa (#1)
10/27/23 10:31 pm
The "|" dividing barn names has been removed to allow you more customization and improved aesthetics when organizing barns. Barn name character limit has been increased to 30 characters.
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 3:59 pm
The Pampered grooming buff has been renamed to Radiant.
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 3:57 pm
Grooming (the training action) has been renamed to Pamper to avoid confusion with Grooming Centers.
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 3:56 pm
Beginning in February, players will be awarded 126 Grooming Center slots per month (increased from 84).
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 2:56 pm
Broodmare dispersal at the GAO is temporarily available again.
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 12:49 pm
Surface Genes no longer impact a foal's birth stats. Distance Genes have a less significant impact on a foal's birth stats than they previously had.
Issa (#1)
10/26/23 10:29 am
Mares must now have an updated grade test to submit breeding requests to outside stallions.
Issa (#1)
10/22/23 9:35 pm
Training and feeding have reopened.
Issa (#1)
10/22/23 4:45 pm
The Y55 Training Sales are now open for consignments! Bidding will begin October 29th.
Issa (#1)
10/22/23 2:40 pm
Stock horses now maintain distance proficiency easier than other breeds.
Issa (#1)
10/22/23 2:27 pm
Goldbloods now maintain Coat Condition easier than other breeds.
Issa (#1)
10/21/23 9:00 pm
Contesting arenas can no longer have muddy weather. Contesting races held at series facilities will not be impacted by mud, even if the main track is muddy.
Issa (#1)
10/21/23 6:52 pm
Horses no longer have a chance to reveal genotype upon retirement. However, the chance to reveal transition genes is increased for horses who have a Minor, Major, or Master. (With each award offering a greater chance.)
Issa (#1)
10/21/23 6:47 pm
Prices for imports have been adjusted. Colts now cost twice as much as fillies, varying upon a player's rank.
Issa (#1)
10/21/23 6:27 pm
Preparedness is now available as a stablewide upgrade trait.
Issa (#1)
10/21/23 4:55 pm
Time Turner and Prismatic Time Turner have been restored from retirement. They now change a mare's due date to January or the current month and Prismatic also resets a mare's color show cooldown.