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  • Anaconda Carter
    Anaconda Carter

    All That Jazz

    I hope everyone has their breeding set up for this month's Qualified Jazzy Gem. Already some have dropped, sorry no pics yet.

    In October of 2021 Amaretto brought back the Qualified Breedings with Jazzy Gems, based on actual minerals. The first on was Jazzy Gem Spessartite, which you could get by breeding any two Abaco Barbs, Miniature Pinschers, Sussex Bantams, or Craved Bone Jangle Ponie Pals. Spessartite is an orange to orange-red form of the gemstone Garnet.

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    Next up in November, you had to breed any two Exmoors, Smooth Dachshunds, Cayuga Ducks or Appaloosa Ponie Pals to get the Jazzy Gem Carnelian. Carnelian is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Ancient warriors wore it into battle.

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    In December by breeding two Norwegian Fjords, Rottweilers, Painted Ponie Ponie Pals, and Rhode Island Reds you had the chance of getting the lovely powdery blue Jazzy Gem Larimar, which is based on a stone found only in the Dominican Republic.

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    For any of you purple lovers out there, January brought us the Jazzy Gem Tanzanite. Breeding two Marwaris any color, Solid Ponies, Standard Poodles, and Baikal Teal Ducks could drop the lovely Tanzanite coat. I love the shading. The gemstone was given the name 'tanzanite' by Tiffany & Co. after Tanzania, the country in which it was discovered.

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    In February Amaretto went pink-ish. Breeding together two of any color Piebalds, Labs, Bandit Ponie Pals, or Lavender Orpingtons had the chance of dropping the Jazzy Gem Morganite. Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl, a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine.

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    The March Jazzy could be gotten by a breeding of two Okapis, two Mastiffs, two Mallards, or two Flutterby Ponies. Jazzy Gem Peridot is a pretty green, and the actual stone is one of the few gemstones that occur in only one color: an olive-green. Isn't that swirly pattern great?

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    In April if you bred together two Akhal-Tekes, two Corgis, two Fabulous Style Ponie Pals, or two White Laced Red Cornish Chickens, you could get the Jazzy Gem Citrine. Citrine is in the mineral class of quartz. It takes its color from the traces of iron in the quartz and can be anything from pale yellow to bright shades of amber.

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    May's coat was the beautiful Jazzy Lapis Lazuli. By breeding two Spotted Shetlands, two Miniature Poodles, two Cape Teal Ducks, or two Blaze or Sparks Style Ponie Pals, you could get this awesome blue coat. The Latin translation of the two words comes out roughly to "Stone of Heaven".

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    Finally for June, you have to be breeding two of the Spring Flowers Horses, K9s, or Chickens, and 2 of the Red Rose Redie Craved Fabulous, or Brown Pinto Ponie Pals to get the Jazzy Gem Tourmaline. Tourmaline is a gemstone and can be found in a wide variety of colors. If you've seen the coat, you will understand why they chose rainbow.   

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     I wonder what the next gemstone will be? Good luck and Happy Breeding

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