I know. I'd like to be able to wall post for the deeds needed though rather than wait and hope I get lucky and have a friend send one to me.
And I haven't quite found the balance between training and competitions yet. I'm trying to get my horses to age some more and I really appreciate your guide on how to do that. But I can't figure out when in that process I should do a competition either. Or whether I should do multiple level one masteries or just stick to one discipline for now. lol Guess this isn't the place for those questions, but since it's my own post I'm derailing, I guess it's alright. LOL
It's all good. I admit, any of my dud foals become competition horses. All the good patterned ones become my breeding stock. My competitions ones I just get a 2-star mastery in one discipline then compete with them until they retire, then send them on over the rainbow. The breeders I get mastery in all 5 disciplines to max out breeding badges to level up, then I breed them & send them on over if they give me good offspring. It's worked out well for me so far--I'm about to hit 3 of the crystal cups with just dud horses
Also, wait to do competitions until you have their training discipline where you want it. I always skip treating when competing so I can save my treats for the breeding-badge horses. Leveling them up when they are young only takes carrots and apples, no cookies, so that really helps!