Breedings & affixes

To learn everything about how the breedings and the affixes work!
The number of breedings you can create
The breedings
The number of affixes you can register
Register a new affix
The affixes
Breedings' rewards criteria
Golden horseshoes and silver horseshoes
The page of an affix
Code of conduct for a breeding's or an affix' page
Restoring a backup of a breeding's or an affix' page
The page of a breeding
Create a breeding
The number of breedings you can create
From your registration on Horzer, you can create 1 breeding.
For the members of the Horzer Club, this number is increased to 10.

Later, you can create an extra breeding every 10 days present, with a limit of 10 breedings.
For the members of the Horzer Club, this number is increased to 50.
The breedings
A breeding is where some or all of a breeder's horses that are of the same breed are grouped together.

One of the objectives of Horzer is to take your breedings to the top thanks to the progress made by the horses that are part of them.

That way, you can win one of the famous rewards that are reserved for the best breedings: golden horseshoes for breedings which only have Purebred horses, and silver horseshoes for breedings which don't have only Purebred horses.
The number of affixes you can register
From your registration on Horzer, you can register 1 affix.

Later, you can register a new affix every 10 days present, with a limit of 5 affixes.
For the members of the Horzer Club, this number is increased to 50.
Register a new affix
Registering an affix allows you to:
- add an additional name to your horses to distinguish them and brand them forever;
- follow them throughout their existence, no matter who owns them;
- create a lineage;
- group horses together in a practical way.

a horse can only belong to a single affix, and can't change affix during the course of its existence.

an affix can bring together an infinite number of horses from all breeds.

Once the affix has been registered, go to the page of each of the horses of your choosing to add them to this affix using the dedicated button.
The affixes
An affix allows you to give several of your horses a sort of "family name" that they will retain for their entire existence, even if they change owners and/or name.

This allows horses that have appeared on Horzer through you to be identified and easily found.

A word of caution: unlike the breeding it belongs to, it is impossible to change a horse's affix.
Breedings' rewards criteria
The criteria for winning the awards are:
-The average health of the horses;
-The average mood of the horses;
-The average cleanliness of the horses;
-The average capacity of the horses;
-The average level of the horses;
-The ratio between the level and the capacity of the horses;
-The number of horses.
Golden horseshoes and silver horseshoes
The work of horse breeders who have the best breedings allows them to get some very coveted rewards: golden horseshoes for breedings which only have Purebred horses and silver horseshoes for those with non-Purebred horses.

Keep a close eye on your breedings' progress bar: as soon as it reaches 100%, you get one extra golden horseshoe or silver horseshoe, and the earnings in coinz' and/or premz' that go with them!

A Purebred breeding can be rewarded with up to 6 golden horseshoes.
A non-Purebred breeding can be rewarded with up to 10 silver horseshoes.
The page of an affix
The page of an affix allows you to give further details about it and the horses that share it.

You can, for example, explain why you chose the register this affix, why you’ve chosen this name, the goals that you’ve set, etc.

Like on your breeder page, you can include pictures, animations, videos…
The page of a breeding
The page of a breeding allows you to present it in detail as well as the horses that are in it.

For example, you can explain what drove you to create this breeding, the awards that it has already won, the goals that you have set, etc.

Like on your breeder page, you can include pictures, animations, videos…
Create a breeding
A breeding allows you to group together all or part of the horses of a particular breed.

a horse can only belong to one breeding, but a breeding can welcome an unlimited amount of horses.

However, a breeding can't mix Purebred horses and non-Purebred horses. Consequently, an Purebred horse can only be part of an Purebred breeding and a non-Purebred horse can only be part of non-Purebred breeding.

You can remove one of your horses from its current breeding and/or register it in another breeding at any time.

When you give up a horse, it also will leave the breeding that it was part of.