Last Breed To??

Its another Manic Mondday, so today I am going to take a moment to talk to you about the Last Bundle and Last Bred buttons on the menu. This button is a very useful tool and I think it is very under used. Let me give you an example of how useful this button can be… Let’s say you log on one day and quickly head over to check your bundles you got while you were offline… you get to one of your favorite horses and to your dismay the bundle underneath it has a bright red error message over it reading “Mother Had Second Bundle In 3 Days” and you didn’t already receive a good bundle! What?! Noooo! Now, thanks to Linden Labs, it is ticket time! Now here is where that button comes in handy. You can simply follow these simple steps and get the UUID of the last bundle they had (or should’ve had in the case of the “Mother had second bundle”) I am using a horse in this post as an example but this applies to K9 and Barnyard Birds as well…

To get the last Offspring of a Horse, K9, Bird, or Pony!

  1. Click on the breedable to bring up the Main Menu
  2. From the Main Menu select the Breeding button
  3. From there you select Last Bundle

You will see in local chat something that looks like this:

[17:29] Amaretto Breedable Horse: The last bundle dropped by this horse was Amaretto Breedable Bundle with the ID of 1caf7404-XXXX-fe7f-9e4e-2ebXXXf5587

If the horse is has not had any bundles you will see the following in local chat:

[17:29] Amaretto Breedable Horse: This horse hasn’t had any bundles yet.

If the horse was not owned by you when the last bundle dropped you will see the following in local chat:

[17:29] Amaretto Breedable Horse: You did not own this horse when its last bundle was born

[17:30] Amaretto Breedable Horse: I’m a male, I don’t give birth!

Now that we have covered the Last Bundle, Let’s cover the Last Bred button…

Let me give you an example of when the Last Bred button comes in handy, say you have lost a bundle… it’s time to file a ticket… but all you remember is the mother and the CSR is asking for parent info… you can click this button on the mother and it will give you the last horse she bred to in local chat.

To get the last bred to information of a horse, K9, or Bird, or Pony simply following these instructions:

  1. Click on the breedable to bring up the Main Menu
  2. From the Main Menu select the Breeding button
  3. From there you select the Last Bred button

You will see in local chat something that looks like this:

[17:30] ~Mr Wild Mustang Clydes~: The latest horse partner was ~Ms Pretty Little Lady~ with the ID of c07e698a-f7f7-5e40-XXX-82c38622XXXX

If the horse has not bred yet you will see the following in local chat:

[17:31] Amaretto Breedable Horse: This horse hasn’t been bred yet.

If the horse was not owned by you when the last horse last bred you will see the following in local chat:

[17:29] Amaretto Breedable Horse: You did not own this horse when it was last bred.

So you see these two buttons can be very handy, especially when it comes to making your ticket process goes smoother. I hope everyone has a better understanding of these nifty little buttons and utilizes them when needed!

Happy breeding this is Ava over and out!


Hey everyone hope you are enjoying your Saturday and staying safe!

Are you ready for next week? Are you ready to have some fun hunting in the 22nd AMOC BunKenNestKet Hunt!!

Beginning at 2 pm slt on Friday, April 10th and ending at 10 am slt on Sunday, April 12th AMOC will host its 22nd BunKenNestKet Hunt.

We currently have 17 participating sims and room for 3 more so if you are interested in being a host sim don’t delay register today at

What can you find?
Well the hunt includes Bundles (Bun), Kennels (Ken), Nests (Nest) and Baskets (Ket) and a couple special prizes!!

How do you participate as a hunter?
To hunt you simply need to be a group member prior to the hunt start! If you are not an AMOC group member reach out today to an AMOC Officer to join us as group joins are by invitation only.

You must wear your group tag while you are hunting in order to receive an item once you find the clue.


Donations are an integral part of our hunts and we would like to encourage you to donate any unused Bundles, Kennels, Nests and Baskets. It’s your generosity that makes events like this possible and we couldn’t do it without YOU! You can find AMOC donation boxes at several locations just click the donate button to find out where!

Would you like to know more? Would you like to be more involved?
AMOC has General Meetings every month on the 2nd Friday at 1 pm at the Amaretto University & Events Sim

Until next time this is Snookie hoping to see you all at the hunt!!

Happy Hunting & Happy Breeding!


The Appaloosa is an American horse breed best known for its colorful spotted coat pattern. In North America, the Nez Perce people of what today is the United States Pacific Northwest developed the original American breed. Settlers once referred to these spotted horses as the “Palouse horse”, possibly after the Palouse River, which ran through the heart of Nez Perce country. Gradually, the name evolved into “Appaloosa”.

Today, the Appaloosa is one of the most popular breeds in the United States; it was named the official state horse of Idaho in 1975. Appaloosas have been used in many movies; an Appaloosa is the mascot for the Florida State Seminoles. Appaloosa bloodlines have influenced other horse breeds, including the Pony of the Americas, the Nez Perce Horse, and several gaited horse breeds.

When Amaretto began waaaay back in September of 2010, they released their first set of starter horses, which included the Appaloosa in four colors. Like other starters, they each came with possible hidden coats and traits. The hidden coats/traits might or might not be Non-Starter. The Appaloosa coat can be passed on.

Beginning June 5, 2012 to July 4,2012 any bundle dropped from the breeding of any 2 Appaloosa horses had the chance at being an Amaretto Appaloosa Showhorse. The Showhorse coat could not pass, but the royalty eye DOES pass.

Appaloosas were also used in making Twist horses, which combined the breeding of two amaretto horse coats. From February 5, 2014 until March 5, 2014 you could breed any color of Shetland and any color of Appaloosa together for the chance at one of these Shetaloosa Coats.

The next big surprise from Amaretto was Crazed coats! From March 5, 2015 until April 5, 2015 you could breed any color Appaloosa horses together for the chance of getting one of the Crazed Coat Appaloosa. The Crazed Coat Appaloosa DOES have the ability to pass. The End of the Rainbow Eye DOES have the ability to pass.

After the Crazed, came the Craved! Starting July 1, 2019 until July 31, 2019, if you bred any of the following horses breeds:
Tangerine Crazed Coat Appaloosa, Berry Blue Crazed Coat Roan, Lemon Lime Crazed Coat Pinto, Perfect Peach Martini Crazed Coat Saddlebred or Plum Pie Crazed Coat Perlino, you could get a new Craved coat, one of which was the Craved Greek Key Tangerine Appaloosa. the coat CAN be passed.

The Appaloosa starter coat has been put “Out to Pasture” which means none will come in any starter, breeder or rancher packs sold at the store, but there are still Appaloosas out there being bred

Wow What a Mystery Sale!!

For the month of April we wanted to do something we have never done before, slash the price on an item to half price that has never been sold for that price before! So Starting today April 2nd 2020 until April 30th 2020 all Gacha Animals will be 50% off! That’s right we are not fooling! So get on down to those Main store locations and pick you up some of these awesome Gacha animals! Happy Breeding and stay safe!!

Always Know What’s Happening With Amaretto!

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders!

Amaretto prides itself on keeping their breeders informed. However, very recently I’ve heard comments like, “I didn’t know about that!” or “I never got the notice!” Therefore, today I would like to discuss ways to stay in the know about Amaretto.

The first thing you should always do is check archived notices, especially if you have notices turned off. To do that, you will need to go to the Group Profile. Group profiles can be navigated to by pulling up your ‘Groups’ listing, clicking on the group to highlight and then clicking on ‘Info’ from the buttons on the right side of the box.

To get to the Group Profile from the chat group, click on the ‘Show this group’s profile’ icon at the top of the box. When you do this, the Group Profile box will pop up.

Once you get the Group Profile you will select ‘Notices’ from the top and there you will see all the notices within the last 14 days. Click on a notice to see its text; if there is an attached object, click Open Attachment to take a copy of it into your inventory.

Another place to get information is the Amaretto Breedables Social Network:

From here you can link to the Customer Connection. Everything about new updates, LE/SE/CE/DE releases, new traits and monthly breedings will be published here. A group notice will be sent in-world, via ALL groups, with a link to the posting. Plus, all past posts are archived and searchable!

Lastly, there is the Amaretto Ranch Breedables facebook page and Amaretto Breedables twitter page. EVERY publication made to the Customer Connection is promptly posted on facebook and twitter. &

So now, you never have to miss any Amaretto information!

Until next time…HAPPY BREEDING!

Slurl ME!

I have been in Secondlife for over 10 years, and its always good to learn how to do something new!

It occurred to me earlier today that we do have some community members that do not know how to make a slurl!

SLurls and landmarks serve the same purpose. The main difference is that a SLurl is simply a text link, while a landmark is an inventory item type which can only be used inside of SL.

You can post a slurl in spam, in note card, or even an private message! If a Amaretto CSR ever answers your ticket with the reply please send me a slurl, I want you guys to be ready!

How to use and make SLurls
To use an existing SLurl:

Click this example SLurl.
On the page it takes you to, click Visit this location to open it in Second Life.

To make a new SLurl:

Move your avatar to where you want to create the SLurl.
Click the place name in the location bar (near the top of the Viewer window) to convert it to a SLurl. It’ll look like

Right-click and Copy the SLurl while it’s selected, or use Ctrl+V.

Paste the SLurl where you want it.

Alternatively, you can also use the WORLD MAP to get SLurls:

Select World menu > World Map.
Click Copy SLurl.

You can also enter another place on the map, then click Copy SLurl to get a remote SLurl.

Converting a landmark to a SLurl (and vice-versa)
To convert a landmark to a SLurl:

Select Me > Places.
Right-click a landmark and select Copy SLurl.
Paste the Slurl where you want it.
To convert a SLurl to a landmark:

Click or otherwise use the SLurl to get to its location.
Select World > Landmark This Place. The landmark is saved to your inventory.

So this is a great secondlife tip i use all the time! Hope this helps some of you guys that didnt know how to make a slurl. Happy breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Sprinkled Glazed anyone?

Hey everyone its another manic Monday! I wanted to end this month on a high note and shine a spotlight on this months awesome sweet craved! If you missed it the month of March was super sweet!

Take a look at these Craved Sprinkled Glazed horses!

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Cocoa Lipizzan

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Mocha Akhal-teke

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Chocolate American Miniature

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Chocolate Rabicano

If you bred together in any combination the following horses in the month of March:
Akhal-Teke Mocha
Chocolate Rabicano
Cocoa Lipizzan
Chocolate American Miniature

then you had a chance to make one of these Craved Sprinkled Glazed! Remember the Craved DO have the ability to pass their coat! I can think of a few different traits to put on these horses.

If you didn’t get to get in on Marchs round of Craved be sure to get in Aprils!

Happy breeding everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Beautiful Brandings

Happy Saturday everyone! I hope your weekend is off to a wonderful start.

Today the spotlight is shining on the Brandings trait for our horses!

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.

Additionally we have some Random Brandings as shown below. Please note that these brandings CAN be passed on with the exception of the Amaretto Branding.

The Amaretto Branding is limited to the Show Horse only and can NOT pass on.

For more information and a closer look at these brandings check them out on the website at

Until next time this Snookie hoping you have an amazing weekend.  Stay safe and Happy Breeding!

We Appreciate You

In these trying times it is good to remember the people who do their best to make our lives run a little easier, who go into public service, who instruct and protect us, and bring a little brightness into our lives. From firefighters and policemen, teachers and stay at home parents, to dentists, artists, and even chefs, please remember to show your appreciation by saying Thank You.

To show their appreciation for these often unsung heroes Amaretto brought out the Appreciation Eyes. Starting March 1, 2014, the first of the new Appreciation Eyes were born onto the grid, promoting appreciation for something new each month. These eyes could drop randomly every month from any breeding from the 4.0 horses and higher, starting with the Medical Appreciation eye and ending with the Engineer Appreciation eye in Feb 2015. These eyes are traited and Can be passed on. Which one is your favorite?

Gold Reins!

Hey everyone! Hope that everyone is staying happy and healthy! I know its crazy out there!
I wanted to show off the newest horse trait to hit the grid!

Gold Reins!

I love these! How do you get one? Well by breeding any 2020 Hullabazoo – Amaretto Gone Wild! Thats right anytime you breed a 2020 Hullabazoo – Amaretto Gone Wild horse with any other horse you have the chance to get the Gold Reins!

These Gold Reins DO have the ability to pass!

You can check out all the other Reins here:

Happy Breeding everyone this is Ava over and out……….. don’t forget….. WASH YOUR HANDS!