@Ivan-Kanerva Your Sims always have so much character and personality, I'm not sure they'd look half as good in my game as they do in yours
@Marquis-Moulin totally interested in a sim! I know one from you is bound to have a story and I love that I can understand why it might be a bit awkward to send your main Sims so that's probably not the best option as we'd be trying to figure out how they can be in two places at once ...though one can always come visit for a day or two and say hello to my horses our stables aren't that far apart (your recent album update inspired me so much and made me miss the days of 'visiting' other peoples games ).
I mean, I can make you a cute little base sim with not much CC ( actually I don't even really know from where all my cc is) and with only some things that I know where they're from. What do you think about this? ^-^
I have a dunalino American Quarter Horse mare. BKR Queen of Lights, here. She needs an updated photoshoot, though. The photo on her profile now does her no justice. Celeste is a beautiful blonde mother of 2 foals. She is a Western Pleasure Regional Champion (94pts).
Celeste can be calm, but she can be a bucking bronco. She's originally trained as an All-Round horse. She's safe enough for children riders, and inexperienced ones too. Celeste is ready for a change in life, and new opportunities.
Silver's Ghostcatcher - 10 y.o. 4th generation. Currently only has 18 pts in SJ, but is actively competing and receives +8 from his pedigree. Silver's Scenery - 8 y.o. 3rd generation. Currently has 146 pts in SJ and is actively competing. Gives +3 and receives +14.
Eventers: Dash and Sabre IK (Foundation, gives 5 in Eventing (219 pts)) CSH Foxfire IK (Second Gen, gives 12 in Eventing (60pts)) CSH Aviata IK (Foundation, gives 2 in Eventing (70pts)) CSH Rosethorn Da Ruadhail (Foundation gives 2 in Eventing (95pts) and gives 5 in Dressage (82pts)) Hanoverian Onatah S (Second Gen, gives 6 in Eventing (43 pts) and 2 in Show Jumping (23 pts)) Hanoverian Michonne NC (Foundation, gives 6 in Eventing (95 pts) and 2 in FHT (95 pts)) Holsteiner Mockingjay IK (Foundation, gives 4 in EVenting (153 pts)) Trakehner Alecta NC (Second Gen, gives 7 in Eventing (103 pts) and 3 in FHT (109 pts)) Trakehner PCRA Supergirl (Third Gen from RDEC Trinidad, 7 in EVenting (91 pts) and 10 in Show Jumping (79 pts)) KWPN Sovereign's Crimson Rose (Foundation, 5 in Eventing (201 pts)) Thoroughbred Draconis Redwood Risk (Second Gen, 10 in Eventing (3 pts) Thoroughbred
I'm not sure if I'll be much help for the first, if you're looking for a dilute stallion that could sire an eventing TB, but in case I'm reading that wrong, you're welcome to my only current dilute eventer stallion, DEC Schnell. He comes from old, uncommon Trakehner lines and gives +5 eventing, plus is cream-guaranteed, as he's a cremello.
Dilute dressage warmbloods, I have a couple more options for you:
CDC Conchord - 4th generation Trakehner stallion, gives +15 dressage
GOS Celebrían - 2nd generation Trakehner mare, gives +8 dressage but still competing, also gives +15 eventing and +10 show jumping
WPW Drowned in Moonlight - 5th generation KWPN mare (daughter of CDC Conchord), gives +11 dressage but still competing
Imperia CH - foundation Trakehner mare, gives +2 dressage but still competing
CDC Umbra - 7th generation Trakehner mare, gives +13 dressage but still competing
WDKH Sherlock - 2nd generation Kinsky stallion, gives +12 dressage (would have to see if Kinsky are acceptable outcrosses for KWPNs and submit to Master Breed List)
VS Euphoria - 2nd generation Finnish Warmblood mare, gives +5 dressage (would have to see if Finnish WB are acceptable outcrosses for KWPNs and submit to Master Breed List)
@Ivory-Izusa if you like I could either breed or import you a Trakehner mare.
An import simply means that I create a horse for you (either a random import where I just pick a permitted colour or after request, where you show me references on how you would like the mare to look). If you are looking for a high quality import with complex custom markings, I would suggest you turn to far more talented horse creators like Puck Cantrell, but as long as it is rather simple I could give it a try.
As for breedings there are two options: either a traditional breeding where you choose your favourite pairing from another member and this member creates/breeds a horse for you (basically an import, but that import has registered parents and boni in one or more disciplines). This option mostly also includes using the prefix/suffix of the member who created the horse.
Or a Breed It Yourself (BIY) where you choose your pairing, but create the horse yourself. With this option you can also use your own prefix/suffix. But you can also use horses of different members for a BIY. For example you find "Mr. Snugglepuff" (who is owned by member A) would fit perfectly with "Missy Tea Top" (who is owned by member B ) then you can do a BIY of the horses if they are available for breeding with their respective memebers.
But if you want to buy an already excisting mare you could look at the sales thread and see if someone is trying to sell a Trakehner mare (just so you know, I'm planning to host an auction in the next days where I'm gonna sell three Trakehner mares among three other mares, so maybe one of them fits your wishes ^^).
I hope I could help you in any way with this explanation.
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