Category : Horse Information

Super Vs Jumbo?!

Hello everyone and welcome to a new week! I hope everyone had a SUPER weekend! Speaking of super, today I wanted to take a moment to explain the difference between the Super Mix Pack and the Jumbo Mix Pack. A Super Mix Pack is 5 Breedable 5x Food & 5 5x Salt Licks. These have 5x the servings (2,500 servings) as a regular Breedable Food & Salt. The cost of a Super Mix Pack is 5,850 LS. Do not confuse a Super Mix Pack with the Jumbo Mix pack which is the same price but has 25 Breedable Food (500 servings) & 25 Salt Licks (500 servings).

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What is the advantage of a Super Mix Pack vs a Jumbo Mix pack?
Well its the same amount of food just in less prims. Remember one food out of the Super Mix pack will last 5 xs longer than a food from a Jumbo Mix Pack.

We have clearly marked the Super Mix Pack food to look different than any other food it has a 5xs stamp on the food as well as the salt.

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If you have questions about any of the Amaretto Horse products you can check out the Product Price List:
http://wiki.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=Product_Price_List

So when you are buying mix packs please be sure you buy the one you want because there are no refunds or exchanges on no transfer items!!!

Hope this will help clear up the confusion.

Have a Super week! Until next time…

Ear Tips!

Hey Everyone
Today I wanted to take a moment to tell you about the Ear Tips for the horses! The Ear Tips are an awesome trait and they are a perfect addition for those trying to color coordinate the traits! The Ear Tips were introduced as the 25th Trait from the 2015 Independence Day – Uncle Sam Horse. You can change the color of your horses ears with this trait! This trait DOES have the ability to pass! How exciting! Take a look below at the beautiful Ear Tips!

http://wiki.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=Ear_Tips

Happy Ear Tip breeding! Until next time……

Hugs Marku <3

Looney Legs!

Hii Everyone! Today I wanted to share with you some awesome Looney traits we have in the horses – Looney Legs! The Looney Legs were introduced to breeders on June 1, 2016 and ended on March 31, 2016! The Looney Leg replaced the Crazed Horses. On the 1st of each month Amaretto announced what you must breed together to get that months Looney Legs! In order to have a chance at getting a Looney Leg you had to breed two horses that had the trait that was announced for that particular month! Take a look at the Looney Legs below!

Looney Leg Ladybug – Breeding two Ladybug Brandings- June 1- 30th

Looney Leg Americana – Breeding a Heart Horn to a Spirit Horn July 1- July 31

Looney Leg Lightning Bolt – Breeding two Lightning Bolt Brandings August 1- August 31

Looney Leg Safari – Breeding 2 Safari Wings September 1 – September 30

Looney Leg Bloody- Breeding 2 Bloody Traits October 1 – October 31

Looney Leg Glitter Silver- Breeding 2 Glitter Silver Horns November 1 – November 30

Looney Leg Lollipop- Breeding 2 Lollipop Eyes December 1 -December 31

Looney Leg Dazzle – Breeding 2 Dazzle Saddles together January 1 – January 31

Looney Leg Heart – Breeding two horses with Heart Branding February 1 – February 28

Looney Leg Flower Power – breeding any TWO horses with Birthstone Flower Eyes March 1- March 31

Happy breeding! Get your hands on some of these Looney Legs today and add them to your amazing breeding projects!

Hugs Marku <3

Reptile Coats

Hi everyone! I hope you all had an amazing weekend! 🙂

I wanted to take a moment to share with you something that was announced at our 7th birthday in 2017! On September 1, 2017 Amaretto celebrated our 7 Year anniversary with a big Vegas Birthday Bash! It was announced that you could have your chance at getting a Reptile horse by breeding together any two reptile eyes.

Here is a list of the Reptile eyes that you can breed together to get a Reptile Horse:
Crocodile
Rough Green Snake
Green Tree Monitor Lizard
Tokay Gecko

Take a look at the Reptile Eyes here:http://wiki.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=Reptile_Eyes

There are 4 Reptile Horses currently:

Green Tree Monitor Lizard Reptile
Rough Green Snake Reptile
Crocodile Reptile
Tokay Gecko Reptile

Take a look at the Reptile Coats here: http://wiki.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=Reptile_Horses

Remember you can breed any combination of these eyes to have a chance at a reptile horse. The Reptile horse you get will be randomly chosen from the 4 currently available.

Happy Reptile Breeding!

Hugs Marku <3

Brandings!!

Hey everyone Happy Saturday!! Can you believe that this is the last weekend of March already!!

Today I want to shine the spotlight on the Branding Trait.

The branding trait comes from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse and CAN be passed on with the exception of the Amaretto Branding which is limited to the Show Horse only and can NOT pass on.

You could also get a Null Branding – a Null trait is an “Invisible trait”, a placeholder. These placeholders were implemented as a way to allow the breeder to have a maximum trait horse but still look the way they want it to look.

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Brandings are a great way to enhance any of your projects and with so many to choose from just imagine the possibilities.  So pick your favorites then add them to your projects! To take a closer look check them out on the wiki.

Branding Wiki https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Branding<
Random Branding Wiki https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Random_Brandings

Until next time this is Snookie hoping you have a terrific weekend!

Happy Breeding!!

Whats Null got to do with it?

Happy Friday everyone! Is everyone ready for the weekend?? I am because this work week is NULL… speaking of null… today I wanted to take a moment to go over an awesome trait you might not know about… the Null trait! The Null trait is available is the Amaretto Horses and K-9s! Nulls were introduced as a way to let breeders have the maximum number of traits on their breedable but have it still look the way they want it to look.  By using the Null traits to fill the slots of the traits you don’t want on your horse you can build yourself a highly traited horse that still looks like it has no traits!

 

The list below shows all the Null traits available for the horse and what each Null replaces.

Brand Null
Hair Gloom Null – Holds the place of Hair Gloom
Coat Gloom Null – Holds the place of Coat Gloom
Hair Chill Null – Holds the place of Hair Chill
Coat Chill Null – Holds the place of Coat Chill
Hair Warmth Null – Holds the place of Hair Warmth
Coat Warmth Null – Holds the place of Coat Warmth
Hair Blush Null – Holds the place of Hair Blush
Coat Blush Null – Holds the place of Coat Blush
Hair Haze Null – Holds the place of Hair Haze
Coat Haze Null – Holds the place of Coat Haze
Hair Hue Null – Holds the place of Hair Hue
Coat Hue Null – Holds the place of Coat Hue
Hair Luster Null – Holds the place of Hair Luster
Coat Luster Null – Holds the place of Coat Luster
Hair Gleam Null – Holds the place of Hair Gleam
Coat Gleam Null – Holds the place of Coat Gleam
Hair Opal Null – Holds the place of Hair Opal
Coat Opal Null – Holds the place of Coat Opal
Leg Null – Holds the place of socks and hoofs
Wing Null – Holds the place of Wings
Ear Size Null – Holds the place of Lanky or Scanty
Ear Style Null- Holds the place of Droop, Half Droop Left, and Half Droop Right
Racing null – Holds the place of racing stamina
Racing null – Holds the place of racing speed
Saddle Null– Holds the place of a saddle
Ear Tip Null– Holds the place of ear tip
Horn Null– Holds the place of the Horn

Remember that not all the Nulls listed can be on one horse at the same time.  The current maximum that a horse can have at one time is 18 nulls.

The list below shows all the Null traits available for the K-9s and what each Null replaces.

Ear Size Null – Holds the place of Small or Large Ears
Size Null – Holds the place of Runt or Pick
Nose Null – Holds the place of Black Spotted Nose, Pale Nose, Liver Spotted Nose, and Liver Nose
Tail Null – Holds the place of Long or Short tail
Polish Null – Holds the place of Paw Polish
Radiance Null – Holds the place of High or Low Radiance
Sheen Null – Holds the place of High or Low Sheen
Tint Null – Holds the place of Periwinkle, Lilac, Mint, Rose, Sunset, and Sunrise

The current maximum that a K-9 can have at one time is 8 Nulls.

So now you got all the info on the nulls. You can find it on our super informative wiki pages: http://amarettobreedables.com/pages/manuals

Have fun and happy breeding!!

Until next time…

 

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders:

As we’ve mentioned before, there are two questions that we get quite a lot and that is, “Help, my breedable isn’t eating!” or “Help, my breedable is sick!”  Range can be a common factor in both those questions. So, today, let’s talk about setting the range on your Amaretto breedables. We cannot stress enough how important range is when it comes to pretty much everything. The range is set in meters and is the radius of a circle with the home point as the center. (The radius of a circle is measured from the center to its edge). When a breedable is first birthed its default range is set to 5 meters. This means that you must have food within 5 meters in order for them to eat. When they are old enough to breed, the mate you want them to breed with must, also, be within 5 meters of them.

 

So you see the range you set is important for a few reasons.

If you have a lot of breedables, or even just a few, using a GPS can make things a lot easier. With these wonderful devices (one for each breedable), you can set all the stats at once; range, animation, movement, and sounds, all of it!  Just remember, if you have special projects going and need ranges set to a different amount on certain breedables, you will have to manually do this as the GPS will change the range on the whole sim. You can get the GPS absolutely free at any of the Amaretto food stores.

If you find that the range is not the issue, then try the following tricks before filing a ticket.

1. Re-rez (usually fixes 99% of the issues).
2. If the land is set to a group, are the breedables and food set to that group?
3. If the land isn’t set to a group, are the breedables and food set to the same group as each other?
4. Is the breedable set to the type of food out?
5. Remember to reset home position if you edit move your breedable. It is best to re-rez them next to the food instead of editing it over.

If all else fail, file a support ticket at http://support.amarettobreedables.com/index.php

Hope you find these tips helpful in keeping your breedables fed and well!

Till next time…Happy Breeding!

Its mean green time! Hey everyone hope everyone is having a terrific Tuesday! I wanted to take a few moment to show off all the surprises from the Luck of the Irish Editions!

First up look at these legs! Introducing to you the newest Duck leg Shamrock!
Remember these legs DO have the ability to pass!

From the legs to the face! Check out this Clover Face Marking! The Clover Face Marking DOES have the ability to pass as well!

Now my K-9 friends take a look at this show stopping Leg Gem Emerald! Like the other surprises the Leg Gem Emerald DOES have the ability to pass!

If Horses are your thing well your in luck! Because these lucky guys got a brand new Green Ear Tip, which conveniently matches the socks and bridle! I think someone did that on purpose but! You never know!!!

You can get any of these surprises from any breeding where at least one parent is a Luck of the Irish Edition! Happy Breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Saddle Up!

Hello yall! Happy Monday!! I hope you had a great weekend and are all saddled up for an amazing week ahead! Today I wanted to talk to you about a trait for the horses that is awesome… The Saddle! On July 30, 2014 until August 16, 2014 Amaretto sold 2014 Limited Edition Summer horses and these horses held the surprise of the 24th Trait! Saddles!! The Saddles DO have the ability to pass ! Let’s take a look below at the gorgeous saddles available to date! You can also visit the Horse wiki at anytime to see the saddles! http://wiki.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=Saddles

Saddle release dates!

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On July 30, 2014 until August 16, 2014 Amaretto sold 2014 Limited Edition Summer horses! These horses held the surprise of the 24th Trait! Saddles!!

On Feb.9, 2015 until February 16, 2015 Amaretto sold 2015 Limited Edition Valentines horses! If breed together this gave you a chance of one of the hidden surprises which were 4 new saddles! Saddle Red, Saddle Pink, Saddle Rainbow Heart, Saddle Red Rose!

On August 3, 2015 until August 17, 2015 Amaretto sold Summer LE’s, SE’s, and CE’s! Any breeding of these horses gave you the possibility at some hidden surprises Saddle Rainbow and Saddle Blue.

On September 1, 2015 Amaretto celebrated their 5th Birthday with Dazzle Horses! These horses had the ability to pass their saddles! This is where the Saddle Garnet Dazzle, Saddle Topaz Dazzle, Saddle Emerald Dazzle, Saddle Sapphire Dazzle, Saddle Amethyst Dazzle, and Saddle Diamond Dazzle came from!

On Dec.18,2015 Amaretto wanted to celebrate Christmas with some 2015 Holiday Edition Horses. These 2015 Holiday Edition Horses have a chance at getting the eyes as well as hidden surprises from any breeding. This surprise was the Candy Cane and Snowflake Saddle.

April 8, 2016 until April 22, 2016 Amaretto sold the 2016 Spring Edition Animals!!! You could get a chance at the new Rose, Mango, Electric, and Seaspray saddle from any breeding of these Spring Edition Horses!

On July 1, 2016 Amaretto held the Amaretto Jamboree Auction and unveiled the second Horses in the line of Seven Heavenly Virtues and Seven Deadly Sins. The Fortitude and Disdain saddles were hiding in these horses!

On October 7,2016 Amaretto release horse update version 5.5 and released new starters with hidden saddles in them these saddles were Black Leather, Cyan, Purple, and Yellow.

On October 7,2016 Amaretto released new starters in version 5.5 there were new hidden Dazzle Horses Ruby, Peridot, Opal, Turquoise, and Pearl Dazzle Horses.

On November 24, 2016 Amaretto celebrated Thanksgiving with some random drop traits these traits included Gravy saddle and Cranberry Sauce Saddle.

On Jan 27,2017 Amaretto celebrated ARU Graduates with this A.R.U. Saddle that can pass from any 2017 A.R.U. Graduation Edition breeding!

On March 3, 2017 Amaretto celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with some St. Patrick’s Day Horses! You could get a chance at a Kelly and Clover Saddle from any breeding.

On June 26, 2017 until July 19, 2017 Amaretto celebrated 4th of July with Celebrate Independence 2017 horses! You could get a new Celebrate Saddle from any breeding of these Celebrate Independence 2017 horses!

On October 18th until October 31st Amaretto celebrated Halloween with 2017 Halloween Edition Vampire Bats! These bat were hiding 4 new saddles! Leather Toxic, Black Leather Toxic, White Leather Bloody, and Black Leather Bloody!

On June 15, 2018 Amaretto held the Amaretto 3rd Country Fair! Saddle Generosity was hiding in the OOAK Seven Heavenly Virtues – Charity Horse.

On June 15, 2018 Amaretto held the Amaretto 3rd Country Fair! Saddle Selfishness was hiding in the OOAK Seven Deadly Sins – Greed Horse.

On November 15, 2018 Amaretto released 2018 Asian Steampunk LE’s these horses were hiding the Saddle Hong Se and Jin Se.

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The saddle is a beautiful trait that can add so much to any breeding project! Collect them all!

Happy breeding to you all!

Until next time….

Mane & Tail!

Hi everyone hope you are having a wonderful Saturday!

Today I want to spotlight the different Mane & Tail traits for our horses!

Let’s talk about the Mane trait first. The Mane trait comes from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse.  Please note that the Mane trait CAN be passed on.

Now let’s check out the Tail trait. The Tail trait comes from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse. Please note that the Tail trait CAN be passed on.

The Roach Mane and Pinned Tail came out with Version 5.0 on September 3, 2014.

The Wild Hair trait was added with the 3.5 update. This trait provides the ability for a horse to acquire the mane/tail from other horses.

This trait is like other hidden traits in that whichever one your horse has is the one that it can pass.

The Wild Hair trait comes from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse.

Please note that the Wild Hair trait CAN be passed on.

For a better look at these traits check them out on the wiki https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Mane_%26_Tail

Till next time this is Snookie hoping you have a great weekend!

Happy Breeding!!