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Rise Equestrian is devoted to producing high quality show horses for the Equiverse community. With a focus on low non-specialty stats, clean lines, and generational improvement of conformation, you can trust that stud/brood services and stock purchased from RE will aide you in your own breeding goals.

Sonoma I have played online horse sims off and on since the early 2000s, most consistently on Ludus Equinus--and always as Sonoma. I'm an avid runner and weight lifter, a fitness instructor, freelance ghostwriter, and a wife and mom. I'm prone to impromptu hiatuses, but if you ever need something feel free to message me and I'll respond when I'm back at it.

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Sale horses are listed at $5k/100 stats. Since everyone breeds for different purposes, I do not add fees for color, conformation, etc. Lined horses are generally for private sale; foundation horses or horses containing only my in-house lines are usually listed publicly.

I regularly pull horses of varied breeds and disciplines from the Rescue Center with 49 or less NSS to train and sell. These horses generally sell with 100+ wins. If you're looking for something specific for your herd, please let me know so I can keep an eye out and let you know if I find any gems.

I also sell homebred foals. These horses are only listed until 3 years of age. If not purchased by then, I cull them using the "Retire Early" function in the RC.

I don't generally sell my breeding or show stock, but if you see something you like you're welcome to ask.

Studs are listed at $2k/100 stats; broods are listed at $3k/100 stats. Foundations horses and those containing only in-house lines are listed publicly; horses containing outside lines get listed privately. Stud and brood services are open beginning at 10 years of age and shut down during my own breeding window--but you can always reach out for early servicing if it better meets the needs of your herd.

Custom foals (bred from my stud and brood) are available at $7k/100 stats at birth. Please message me if you're interested in this option.

Details to come.

At the end of the day, this is where my heart truly lies. I've tried to branch off into other breeds and disciplines, but I always go back to racing Thoroughbreds. They're the breed I work most diligently on, and the lines I'm most proud of. And I think it probably shows in the stock I've bred, raised, or acquired.

Thoroughbreds are bred and purchased for the following:
- Low NSS
- Clean lines
- All Good+ conformation

Horses are sorted by grade, and are assigned one of the three prefixes below:
- [+] - horse has clean lines, all Good+ conformation, and 51 or less NSS
- [÷] - horse has clean lines (generally 2nd generation) and 49 or less NSS; usually one high (48-49) poor
- [ƒ] - foundation horse with variable conformation and 50 or less NSS (51 NSS acceptable if all Good+ conformation)
- [¢] - inbred/linedbred horse with variable conformation, and 35 or less NSS

In my mind, stock horses include Appaloosas, Paint Horses, and Quarter Horses--so that's what I breed. My Quarter Horse lines are the most established.

Stock horses are bred for:
- Low NSS
- Clean lines

Conformation in my stock horses is a bonus. While I strive to pair horses so that conformation improves generation to generation, low non-specialty stats and clean lines are of higher importance.

Horses are sorted by grade, and are assigned one of the prefixes below:
- [+] - horse has clean lines and 50 or less NSS
- [ƒ] - foundation horse with 49 or less NSS (50 NSS acceptable if all Good+ conformation)

This is my most inconsistent breed by far. I've gone through periods where I've bred nothing but show jumping DWB; and others where I haven't owned any at all. But I love the artwork so I always come back.

Dutch Warmbloods are bred for:
- Low NSS
- Clean lines

I don't worry much on conformation, simply because I've been fortunate enough to attain a number of high conformation DWBs over the years. Like with my stock horses, I still attempt to improve conformation generationally, but it's not a primary focus.

Horses are sorted by grade, and are assigned one of the prefixes below:
- [+] - horse has clean lines and 45 or less NSS
- [ƒ] - foundation horse with 49 or less NSS (50 NSS acceptable if all Good+ conformation)

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Account Information
Member Name Sonoma
Member ID 66116
Account Type Deluxe (336 days left)
Joined April 11, 2014
Last Active 2020-09-24 07:20:01
Member Information
Money on Hand $80,900
Money in Bank $15,209,285
Player Level 30
Horses 164 / 250

Player Points
Yesterday 4072
This Week 248000
This Month 1640198
All Time 46828213
Show Winnings
Yesterday $3,955
This Week $256,161
This Month $1,468,970
All Time $27,277,056

Member Level
Level 30 Experience 6968481 (100%) EXP Required 3339605 EXP Left -3628876

Sonoma's Horse Divisions
01|| mixed | youngstock 6 horses
Trained today
02|| racing | novice 2 horses
Trained today
03|| racing | local 17 horses
Trained today
04|| racing | regional 23 horses
Trained today
05|| racing | national 9 horses
Trained today
06|| racing | international 4 horses
Trained today
07|| show jumping | all 4 horses
Trained today
08|| mixed | misfits 16 horses
Trained today
09|| western | novice 0 horses
10|| western | local 1 horses
Trained today
11|| western | regional 14 horses
Trained today
12|| western | national 9 horses
Trained today
13|| western | international 1 horses
Trained today
14|| mixed | sales 15 horses
Not trained today
15|| mixed | retired 6 horses
Trained today
16|| tb | the 1820s LOCKED 4 horses
Trained today
17|| tb | next gen LOCKED 1 horses
Trained today
18|| tb | other LOCKED 10 horses
Trained today
19|| sh | western LOCKED 11 horses
Trained today
20|| dwb | show jumping LOCKED 8 horses
Trained today
Unassigned Horses 3 horses

Club Memberships

EV Jump! Guild

Cream Horse Society

Show Creation Coalition

The Jockey Club

Quarter Horse Club

Equiverse Trainers Association

Quarter Horse Kingdom

Dutch Warmblood Association

Paint Horse Club

Equiverse Appaloosa Club

Preferred Specialties