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100 blup by 10 yrs, without BM items.

00 blup by age 10 This method can be used with no passes (bm items), and will still BLUP your horse quickly, of course a timer can always be handy for quick BLUPping =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Training Order Based on Breed: (Full train = get that completely done before moving on to next!) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Hanoverian, Irish Hunter, Arabian, Canadian Horse, Australian Pony, Newfoundland Pony, Connemara: Friesians substitute trotting for galloping =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Full Train Dressage Full Train Jumping Full Train Speed (After this, if you get a Tub of Grease, take a break for a few days and do either Cross Country competitions for wins, or Show Jumping) Full Train Galloping Full Rides - Long Hilly, Short Galloping (Finish up Show Jumping competitions during this whenever you have a grease tub) Finish up Competition gains: Show Jumping, Gallop (cross country will likely be done already) At this point, your horse should be at or close to 100 BLUP. If you have all the competition and ride gains done (bold print on the top three skills on the GP list), and the horse is still under 10 years old (can and will happen with the Chronos' Timer), use the rest of the time until 10 to work on stamina and trotting training. (Neither factor into your blup at all, will just help in the horse standings - so the only reason to do them is if you want to, or have extra time.) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=PSH, Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse, Appaloosa, Paint Horse, Standardbred*, Welsh: *(for Standardbred, substitute trotting for all "galloping" and galloping for all "trotting" ) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Full Train Dressage Full Train Jumping Full Train Speed (After this, if you get a Tub of Grease, take a break for a few days and do either Cross Country competitions for wins, or Show Jumping)

Full Train Galloping (trotting for Standardbred) Full Rides - Short Galloping (trotting for Standardbred) (Finish up Show Jumping competitions during this whenever you have a grease tub) Finish up Competition gains: Show Jumping, Gallop (cross country will likely be done already) (trotting for Standardbred) At this point, your horse should be at or close to 100 BLUP. If you have all the competition and ride gains done (bold print on the top three skills on the GP list), and the horse is still under 10 years old (can and will happen with the Chronos' Timer), use the rest of the time until 10 to work on stamina and trotting (galloping for Standardbred) training or long hilly rides. (None of these factor into your blup at all, will just help in the horse standings - so the only reason to do them is if you want to, or have extra time.) _________________________________________________

Training:You can use the other method of training in the thread titled Training, both ways are equally effective =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Dressage Training (requires salt stone, carrots, turnips) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=1:30 Meadow Salt Stone Grooming 2 times Lesson Turnip Drink 8 hours Dressage training 2 times stroke Carrot Feed (add 1-2 pounds of forage, and round UP on the cereals) Bed -> Pasture (no matter the temperature)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Jumping, Galloping, or Trotting Training (requires salt stone, carrots) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=1:30 Meadow Salt Stone Grooming

2 times Lesson Drink 5 hours Training (jump, gallop, or trot) 2 times stroke Carrot 1:30 Box 1:30 Meadow Feed (round UP on the forage, try to get as close as possible to cereal amount) Bed -> Pasture (no matter the temperature)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Speed or Stamina Training (requires salt stone, carrots, turnips) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=1:30 Meadow Salt Stone Grooming 2 times Lesson Turnip Drink 5 hours Training (speed or stamina) 2 times stroke Carrot 1:30 Box 1:30 Meadow Feed (round UP on the forage, try to get as close as possible to cereal amount) Bed -> Pasture (no matter the temperature) _________________________________________________

Rides:For this method of BLUPping, you have to use this method for rides

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Long Hilly Rides Training (requires salt stone, carrots, turnips) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=1:30 Meadow Salt Stone Grooming 2 times Lesson Turnip

3:30 Long Hilly Ride 2 times stroke Carrot Drink 2 hours Box 2:30 Pasture Feed (round UP on the forage, try to get as close as possible to cereal amount) Bed -> Pasture (no matter the temperature)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Short Gallop (or trot) Rides Training (requires salt stone, carrots, turnips) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=1:30 Meadow Salt Stone Grooming 2 times Lesson 1 hour Short Gallop (trot) ride 1 hour Short Gallop (trot) ride Turnip Drink 1 Hour Training (gallop, trot, jumping)* 2 times stroke Carrot 2 hours Box 3 hours Pasture Feed (round UP on the forage, try to get as close as possible to cereal amount) Bed -> Pasture (no matter the temperature) _________________________________________________ When training aussies and hanos don't train all of stamina and jumping train just over half then do rides and comps when you no longer gain skill from that finish training

*With the new breeds, just find a breed already on howrse with similar top three skills and follow its method