Rank 2,485 • Best Rank
• Best Jump
• Jumpoff (W - L)
141 - 88
• Best Streak
1 - 2
14 - 7
141 - 88
L - 1
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Horse is Registered.
Horse is available for Breeding/Stud.
Horse is in Training.
Horse has an identical twin. Click to view twin.
Horse was DNA bred and not from natural breeding.
Super Horse (+2 Jump Bonus). Passes Super Horse DNA trait to foals (+2 Jump Bonus).
Items were used to enhance horses performance.
10+ Jumpoff Wins
20+ Jumpoff Wins
30+ Jumpoff Wins
40+ Jumpoff Wins
50+ Jumpoff Wins
How do I Enter and Remove from Jumpoffs:|
Jumpoffs are a great way to earn PonyBucks. To enter or remove a horse from jumpoffs just click on the horse name and select the Jumpoff ON/OFF slider at the top of the horse profile page. Your horse
will continue to compete automatically in Jumpoffs until you remove it, the horse is sold, the horse is in foal, or the horse is retired. Horses with Jumpoff selected will automatically be entered in jumpoffs
each day and will also be available for other member to challenge.
How can I improve My Horses Performance:
The following attributes play a role in a horses jumpoff performance: Training Level, Age, Strength, Loyalty, Conformation, Jumpoff Experience,
Breed Percentage, Feed Type, Items, Pedigree, DNA, Registry Memberships and associated Registry Ratings.
How do I breed my horse:
A breed link will display above for any unretired Stallion 3 years or older that has a stud fee set. If the Stallion has no Stud Fee set then you can't breed
to the horse. All Stud Fees collected will be credited to the Stallion owners account. Foals are born 3 to 5 days after breeding. Most of the stallion and mares traits
will be transferred to the new foal.
Horse ranking is determined by the horses jumpoff win/loss ratio over the past 7 days. This is also weighted agaist the number of jumpoffs entered. For example, a horse with a 30-2 win/loss
record over the past 7 days will rank better than a horse with a 5-1 win/loss record. A horse rank of 1 is the top horse on Ponybox.
Training is important for good jump performance. Horses age 2 and over are automatically trained to your barns maximum training ability for the specific breed. Typically horses increase 1 level
per horse year. The first number in the training level the specific horses training level and the second number is your barns maximum training ability for that breed (2/8).
Horses in training will show a "T" icon next to their name. If your horse does not have this icon then it is not actively being trained due to being in foal, under the age of 2, or retired.
Loyalty is how loyal the horse is to its owner. A horses loyalty will increase the longer you own it and take care of it. Placing your horse for sale or selling the horse
will decrease its loyalty. Horse loyalty plays a significant role in how well a horse jumps.
Strength is the total strength of the horse with 100% representing the horses full strength. Horse stregth will increase slightly with each jumpoff and also each night of rest.
Horses not active in jumpoffs will max out at about 80% strength When a horse is bred, both the Mare and Stallion will realize an effect on strength. A Mare can't breed if strength goes below 20%.
Feed Type is the type of feed the horse is receiving. If no performance feed is being fed to the horse then it will default it Pasture Feed.
Horse feed plays a significant role in how well a horse jumps.
Head & Neck, Chest & Underline:
These features represent the horses conformation on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 representing poor conformation and 10 representing perfect conformation.
Horse conformation plays a significant role in how well a horse jumps.
How you care for your horse in regards to feed, strength and loyalty can effect how well your horse grows in its first 9 years of life. These first nine
years of growth will also have some effect on foal birth height over multiple generations. Breeding a horse too early can lead to smaller foals. How
healthy a foal is in regards to expected height for the breed can impact jumpoff performmance later in life.
If a Breed Restriction has been placed on the horse then only the barn that placed the breed restriction can breed the horse.
Modifications to the horses DNA that have a neutral, negative or positive effect on the horses performance and breeding. A DNA Mod will sometimes pass down to foals of the Dam or Sire.
Once a horse contracts a DNA Mod, it will always be a carrier in either a passive or active state. Passive DNA mods have no effect on the horse but can be transferred to foals
in an active state.