The Turkeys Are Coming!

Thanksgiving will soon be here, so let’s take a look at some of the traits Amaretto has given us to commemorate that holiday.

Starting from 12:01 am SLT November 21, 2012 until 11:59pm SLT November 25, 2012 there was a chance for a random drop of a special Gobble Horse Coat! The Gobble Horse coat and Horn of Plenty eyes could not pass, but the Wild Turkey and Wild Turkey Rainbow wings and wild hair could pass.

On 11/28/2013 there was another random drop chance for breeders. Any bundle dropped on that day could be a special Limited Edition Give Thanks 2013 Horse! The Give Thanks Mahogany and Umber coats could pass, along with the Fall Blessing Amber and Fall Blessing Sage eyes.

Again in 2014 on November 27 Amaretto had a random drop chance of a special Limited Edition 2014 Blessings Horse! The Happy Thanksgiving Eyes on this horse were able to pass. This LE coat could also pass!

From November 21 to November 30 2015 Amaretto sold the Limited Edition Thanksgiving Pilgrim and Thanksgiving Indian Horses. The coats did NOT pass, but the Pilgrim Hat and Indian Headdress eyes did.

On November 26, 2015 Amaretto wanted to celebrate Thanksgiving Day 2015 by releasing a random drop eye! This eye was available for 24 hours on November 26, 2015. Any breeding of 5.0 Amaretto Horses had the ability to randomly drop this eye to its offspring. We also got the Thanksgiving Ear Tip and the Thanksgiving 2015 Wing

2016 brought us more random drops for Thanksgiving, the Happy Thanksgiving eye and Gravy and Cranberry Sauce saddles on November 24. All of these traits can pass.!

Amaretto wanted to celebrate Thanksgiving in 2017 with a special random drop available for 24 hours on Thursday, November 23rd 2017. The 2017 Thanksgiving Horn of Plenty Coat DID NOT have the ability to pass. The Happy Thanksgiving 2017 Eye DOES have the ability to pass!

On Thursday, November 22 any Bundle that was born could have the possibility to randomly get a new Horn Thanksgiving 2018!

All of these wonderful passable traits can be combined to make your own special Thanksgiving themed horses. Thank you Amaretto Staff!


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