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How to Sort My Horses in a Breeding Farm in "Howrse"

Updated April 07, 2017

When things get a bit crowded on your virtual horse farm, the massively multiplayer online game Howrse provides the option of sorting your horses into breeding farms. On a standard account, a player may make up to five breeding farms. On a Pegasus account, players may make as many breeding farms as they want. Howrse farm owners often sort horses by breed and discipline.

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  1. Create your breeding farm. Verify that you have three karma points for each farm you want to create, then hover your mouse over the "Breeding" tab to produce the drop-down menu.

  2. Select "My Horses" from the drop-down menu, then click the plus sign tab located at the far right side. This produces the "Create A Breeding Farm" pop-up menu. Enter a breeding farm name, purpose, and then choose whether you would like the farm restricted to a specific breed. When finished, click the "Create This Breeding Farm" button.

  3. Click on the horse you would like to move into the breeding farm, then click the plus sign next to the horse's name. Select "Change the breeding farm" from the drop-down menu.

  4. Select the breeding farm from the drop-down menu, then click "Move" to move your horse into the new breeding farm.

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Things You'll Need

  • Three karma points for every breeding farm

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