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*updated foal games + "starting an EC" tips below*

G'day

Am known as dragoniys on all English speaking sites (plus Howrse DE and Equideow), with over 2400 days seniority on the international site. I'll help with whatever I can, however I firmly believe friendship is earned.

*I do not accept random friend requests*

 

Thank you for the apples. I'm sure there would be other players who need them more than I do though, especially newbies. Please think of them first.

If you really wish to do a good deed, why not give apples to horses in sales which need them? I'm sure we all want to buy horses with morale as high as possible. You can do your part by giving them apples. Even if you are not buying the horse yourself, perhaps it would give an advantage to all sellers/buyers (B).png?779456162


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~ Note: the real Howrse Team will NEVER ask for your password. If you receive a pm from anyone asking for it, please report as abuse

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It's reminded Howrse is set up for the following "trades" only
~ horses for either equus, passes or both
~ black market items in exchange for other black market items or equus

The game is not set up for trading horses for horses, horses for black market items or black market items for passes.
If engaging in such trades, you are playing the game as unintended, therefore doing so at your own risk
It is the buyers' responsibility to check any information, including whether divines can be sold or donkeys still have coverings left.
We cannot retrieve any items lost

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~ Update time: site updates at 18:00 (6pm) GMT (greenwich mean time) - in terms of Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) update is currently 4am in QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS, 3:30am in NT and SA, and 2am in WA. Update is 6am in NZ.
~ Site
update for any Howrse server is indicated by a count-down timer on your horses' page after you have put it to bed. Update for your individual time zone on any Howrse server is also listed in section 1.1 of the breeders' manual.

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~ Ways to get passes for free are listed in section 1.7 of the breeders' manual in the game help guides. This is located within the question mark (?) at the end of the blue menu bar, near the top portion of the page.

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Starting an EC - tips 


~ When starting out, the best idea is to grow crops for profit - boarders actually cost your centre equus

~ It's always best to grow crops on the largest meadows you can afford. Tractors help increase the yield of your harvests by 50%. Be careful which meadow you place the tractor on as once it's set up, it cannot be taken off.

~ Use manure on your crops - the growth will be much quicker

~ When you are growing on all the largest meadows and feel you have made enough profit, start thinking about growing carrots and ingredients for health mash - the ratios are as follows:
Fodder: 150 per box
Oat: 75 per box
Carrots: 15 per box
Health mash: 15 per box
Tack (saddle, bridle, saddle cloth, polo wraps, ear bonnet) : 1 of each item per box. If a horse uses tack from an EC, it will leave with tack from the EC

~ Only when all that is in place, start thinking about boarders. In order for an item to appear on the list of your EC's advantages on the EC registration page, you need to have double the required amount in your inventory.

~ In the mean time, try to get your competitions up and running (in the Equestrian Centre drop-down box). Most players will set their comps to match skills just below their own horses, then enter their EC comps when they become available - even if it means putting the EC name in the search box. It takes 24 hours to become available once set up and another 24 hours between each time it's actually ran.



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Foal Games (60 skills) (updated 24th February, 2015 )

(developed by dragoniys)

It's advised pony breeds use Shetland games.


Regular breeds:


8 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (4) / 7 hr play / stroke / drink / carrot / 30 mins play

10 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (4) 8 hr play / stroke / carrot

1 year: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (6) / 9 hr play / stroke / carrot

1 yr 2 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (6) / 9 hr play / stroke / drink / carrot / 1 hr play

1 yr 4 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (11) / 10 hr play / stroke / 30 mins play


Shetland/Pony breeds:

8 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (3) / 7 hr play / stroke / drink / carrot / 30 mins play

10 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (3) 8 hr play / stroke / carrot

1 year: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (3) / 9 hr play / stroke / carrot

1 yr 2 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (3) / 9 hr play / stroke / drink / carrot / 1 hr play

1 yr 4 months: feed (4) / groom / 1 hr play / feed (8) / 10 hr play / stroke / 30 mins play


These have been tested several times in a box with no shower and no access to the fountain (which is only won from the grand prix). They do work!
Please have the courtesy to ask me first if wishing to put on your page, and make sure to give credit where credit is due. Thanks
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Thank you Showrider666 

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Thank you Yowwy

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Thank you Star Stables

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