The Pony Club strives to add a community of EC members interested in developing young riders in the community through events based on real life Pony Club events. Membership is optional to enter events, but is how the sim member is tracked for levelling. Members start off as "Unrated" members of the Pony Club, and may enter events in order to progress further. This rating designates which level the member should be showing at for progression in this RPG based club.
coming soon, a section dedicated to those who run the club or organize events frequently.
Ooh, they sound like a lot of fun to participate in! I do archery IRL and finally found someone willing to lend me a horse to mounted archery, so it would be interesting to have that in my game as well.
All of our minis are rescues and they came with minimal issues. If they were pulled from auction there's a decent chance they came from a breeder of some kind and were just passed around. Two of them came with no issues beyond behavioral (one from being an unhandled broodmare, the other from being a jerky baby) , mine came with underlying hip tightness but is an absolute saint. It's up to you either way, you can get your perfect horse either from the breeder or from a rescue, there's no guarantee that one will be better than the other, horses from breeders aren't exempt from being problematic.
If your end goal is having your own riding horse, I would prioritize that. Having a mini would limit your bank account, meaning it'd take even longer for you to get said riding horse. I mean, if you're waiting for the decision on if to show or do something else, I would say wait until you make that choice. It's better than getting the mini, then deciding that you want to do something else, but oh what am I going to do with my mini?
@Elsie-Spectre I have hosted those tiny shows with like 7-10 entries in each show and so far I haven't made a profit in those :'D As a host I mostly loose money. I did however make a profit of 400 I think it was in pony show jumping, but like you said that got balanced out with the reimbursment and I got 4600 instead of 5000.
I can remember wrong with the numbers, but I think I made a somewhat good example anyway
@Sinead-Hannigan Thank you for your interest!
Yes, you are encouraged to submit your stable/s for each breed that you work with. Originally, I included a note on the submission form indicating a preference that you have at least 5 of the specific breed, but I believe on some of the rarer breeds if you have 2-3 that would suffice.
I personally vote no; the current gen chat feels like a ghost town half the time, i'm not sure creating a second would help.
Full agreement with all that Eowyn said- I can see the appeal and understand the reason behind a second gen, but I think it would cause more problems than it would solve. If people want to talk specifically about their Sims/Equus game we have many channels already set up for specific topics (#arabian-horses, #builders, #cc-finds, to name a few) and I don't see any reason to split gen over it.