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    Retired and breeding time questions

    Why is my 7 year old stallion retired? He only got in 2 trainings and then can't do any more because he's "retired".

    Second the FAQs it says "Then, your foal will take a minute or so to come out of the building and you will be able to name it!" Mine is taking 3 hours to be "ready". What is going on here?
    Last edited by NatalieVree; 04-24-2012 at 10:55 AM. Reason: added new question rather than starting new topic

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    It takes three or four hours in the breeding station. After the foal comes out of the petting zoo (after 12 seconds or so,) then you can name it.
    Look here for the breeding how-to guide:

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    It takes 4 hours for the foal to be born.

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    retired horse

    I have the same question as NatalieVree... why are my horses retiring so young.. you don't even get a chance to send them to a competition. its stupid

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    Here is a guide on aging horses that will help you out:

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