Foal Games That Work!
Training Schedules have never been my specialty, so it's not surprise that I've never developed my own foal games method. However, I have tested two popular foal games schedules and they work very well if followed properly. I do not intend to steal either of them but I thought this would be a nice way to help you decide on some foal games. :)
Dr. Zig's Foal Games
Remember to board your foal in an EC with carrots and 100% clean and fertile meadows. Make sure that your foal is put to bed at age 6 months with 100% morale - this is very important!
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, 7hrs, stroke, turnip, water, 30 mins
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, water, 8hrs, stroke, turnip, 30 mins
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, water, 9hrs, stroke, turnip
1 year 2 months
groom, carrot, 1hr, feed, 9hrs, stroke, 1hr, turnip
1 year 4 months
groom, carrot, 2hrs, feed, 9hrs, stroke, water
When Howrse tells you to feed one amount feed a different one (just for foal games):
* if 4.4lbs - then feed 8lbs
* if 6.6lbs - then feed 10lbs
* if 8.8lbs - then feed 12lbs
* if 11lbs - then feed 12lbs
* when the game temperature is under 10 C / 50 F then your foal must sleep in its box
* these games work with every breed, in every season
* 1hr means one hour of foal games
* 7hrs means 7 hours of foal games
* yes, you must follow the steps in sequence
* your foal must have 100% morale
* If your foal has a shower box, philotes stroke, or achilles heel, then you can fit in the 50 hours of games more quickly.
CraXoR's Foal Games
Ignore the part about putting to bed in either the meadow or the box according to temperature. Howrse removed the need to put your foal to bed properly with the one click bed thing in early 2013. :)
Even though the games are from CraXoR and even though they are old, they don't include any removed items (like apples, salt stones, companions, etc) so they still work just fine.