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Postby sunny meadows » October 17th, 2020, 3:12 pm

Naytix wrote: Ping


Hi, I'm not sure how many horses you can take, but I have 15 that need training, here they are:
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149039
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149723
If you want to train them you can, and I have a lot more coming in, if you want to train those too

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Re: Training

Postby Naytix » October 17th, 2020, 3:24 pm

sunny meadows wrote:
Naytix wrote: Ping


Hi, I'm not sure how many horses you can take, but I have 15 that need training, here they are:
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149039
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149723
If you want to train them you can, and I have a lot more coming in, if you want to train those too


I typically train two at a time (since the last few percentages take a lot of time. I can get started with your best two after I finish up my current batch.
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Re: Training

Postby sunny meadows » October 17th, 2020, 3:25 pm

Naytix wrote:
sunny meadows wrote:
Naytix wrote: Ping


Hi, I'm not sure how many horses you can take, but I have 15 that need training, here they are:
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149039
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/barn/149723
If you want to train them you can, and I have a lot more coming in, if you want to train those too


I typically train two at a time (since the last few percentages take a lot of time. I can get started with your best two after I finish up my current batch.


Thanks, is it possible for you to train all of them, two at a time?

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Re: Training

Postby Naytix » October 17th, 2020, 3:31 pm

sunny meadows wrote:
Thanks, is it possible for you to train all of them, two at a time?


It would take a while to get all of them trained but I can train them since it takes me 1-2 days to train horses.
I can start with these horses once I finish training my current batch.

https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2737416
https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2739565

A lot of your horses seem to be locked at bombproof though - I'm guessing it's due to two horses locked at bombproof breeding? I suggest finding a few studs that are high strung/spirited to help with the temperament.

I can offer this horse or any horse you like (Except for a select few) in my comp account.



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Re: Training

Postby onyxthehorse5 » October 17th, 2020, 3:41 pm

Naytix wrote:
sunny meadows wrote:
Thanks, is it possible for you to train all of them, two at a time?


It would take a while to get all of them trained but I can train them since it takes me 1-2 days to train horses.
I can start with these horses once I finish training my current batch.

https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2737416
https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2739565

A lot of your horses seem to be locked at bombproof though - I'm guessing it's due to two horses locked at bombproof breeding? I suggest finding a few studs that are high strung/spirited to help with the temperament.

I can offer this horse or any horse you like (Except for a select few) in my comp account.



https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/view/154967


Thanks, that's really helpful to know (I started a month ago and know basically nothing about temperament) I have two studs, who are both bomb-proof, and all my mares are to, so I'll try to find a good high-strung stud to use, thanks, also why would it be helpful to have high-strung horses?

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Re: Training

Postby Naytix » October 17th, 2020, 5:45 pm

onyxthehorse5 wrote:
Thanks, that's really helpful to know (I started a month ago and know basically nothing about temperament) I have two studs, who are both bomb-proof, and all my mares are to, so I'll try to find a good high-strung stud to use, thanks, also why would it be helpful to have high-strung horses?


High strung horses are more ideal for racing since they need that higher energy. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive as well. Most of the time, when I bred my racehorses, I only trained and bred the horses that are high strung and good conformation. (speed: 58+, strength 20+, stamina 40+) If any of them ever get locked at bombproof, then you can turn them into barrel horses. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive than barrel horses.

I have a lot of stallions here. Most of them I can put up for private breeding but some of them are not to be bred.
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Re: Training

Postby Naytrix2 » October 18th, 2020, 1:17 am

Naytix wrote:
onyxthehorse5 wrote:
Thanks, that's really helpful to know (I started a month ago and know basically nothing about temperament) I have two studs, who are both bomb-proof, and all my mares are to, so I'll try to find a good high-strung stud to use, thanks, also why would it be helpful to have high-strung horses?


High strung horses are more ideal for racing since they need that higher energy. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive as well. Most of the time, when I bred my racehorses, I only trained and bred the horses that are high strung and good conformation. (speed: 58+, strength 20+, stamina 40+) If any of them ever get locked at bombproof, then you can turn them into barrel horses. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive than barrel horses.

I have a lot of stallions here. Most of them I can put up for private breeding but some of them are not to be bred.
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/view/154967


https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2737416
I can get started on training this horse - just put him up for offers
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Re: Training

Postby sunny meadows » October 18th, 2020, 12:57 pm

Naytrix2 wrote:
Naytix wrote:
onyxthehorse5 wrote:
Thanks, that's really helpful to know (I started a month ago and know basically nothing about temperament) I have two studs, who are both bomb-proof, and all my mares are to, so I'll try to find a good high-strung stud to use, thanks, also why would it be helpful to have high-strung horses?


High strung horses are more ideal for racing since they need that higher energy. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive as well. Most of the time, when I bred my racehorses, I only trained and bred the horses that are high strung and good conformation. (speed: 58+, strength 20+, stamina 40+) If any of them ever get locked at bombproof, then you can turn them into barrel horses. I find racehorses to be a bit more expensive than barrel horses.

I have a lot of stallions here. Most of them I can put up for private breeding but some of them are not to be bred.
https://www.horseworldonline.net/farm/view/154967


https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2737416
I can get started on training this horse - just put him up for offers


Okay, he's on the market

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Re: Training

Postby Naytix » October 19th, 2020, 1:18 pm

sunny meadows wrote:


Hey! I remember you posting on my dream horse competition that you lost your horse - https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2500308



Well I privately pinged them and offered 7 mil plus some of my competition horses and I might be able to get him back for you~!
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Re: Training

Postby Chips2 » October 19th, 2020, 1:34 pm

Naytix wrote:
sunny meadows wrote:


Hey! I remember you posting on my dream horse competition that you lost your horse - https://www.horseworldonline.net/horse/profile/2500308



Well I privately pinged them and offered 7 mil plus some of my competition horses and I might be able to get him back for you~!
I think I champed that horse. But on my main


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