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Old Owner Mare Breeding Open

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    Posted: 04 Nov 2012 at 10:37am
Hey guys!

Old owner mares are now available.  Again, they will be starting out pretty high and drop until the end of the year (when they will be put in mothball again until next October).

If you see a mare that doesn't belong on the list, please let me know ASAP.  All mares owned by players that haven't logged in within the last year are available.

At the beginning of the year, all mares will have a "delay" of anywhere between 1 minute and 1 week before they can be bred to.   It will show the time next to the mare instead of the ability to click on her to breed.  This is to stagger the mare availability for mares that had multiple owners.

Also, if it wasn't clear previously : when you retire a mare, you have exclusive rights to her first breeding for up to a year after you retire her regardless of how many previous owners she had.  If you retire a mare this year and decide not to use her this year, you are still entitled to her first breeding next year up to one year after her retirement.   Once the one year window has closed, she will open up to all previous active owners.   In later breedings, all previous owners will have an equal chance to use her.

Also, I have added a new option to the individual horse page.  When looking at their PPs, you can click "Race Specific Info."  It will show you how much money each horse has earned per races and, if you were the owner of the horse for a race, it will give you conditioning, race style, effort, and point information for the horse.

Thanks!

--Mike
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