Archive for November, 2018

You could be a winner!

Hello Amaretto! Hope everyone is having a great manic Monday!

Do you want a chance to win some FREE Amaretto products!? Every Wednesday I pick a picture of the week!

Let me give you a few details about the picture of the week…

Who can enter? ANYONE!

What can it be a picture of? ANY AMARETTO BREEDABLE AND YOU!

Can it be edited ? YES!

Can I enter every week? YES!

Can you win more than once ? YES!

Is it only for horses? NO! Ponies, Barnyard Birds, and K-9s are welcome too!


Well I never thought you would ask! Just simply place your full perm picture in a notecard with your name on it! Take that note card to any main store or haven sim and drag and drop it in the camera!

There are 3 locations that you will find a camera located at:

Every Wednesday I will collect all photos and choose the winner!

You can win free Amaretto products!!

I will also post your photo on the front page of the Amaretto Website, place on the billboard at the main store, and on the Amaretto Facebook!
Your photo will also be placed in the forums under the Picture of the week!

Check out all our past winners here:


Now I know most of you don’t like FREE stuff but some of you will, so get to taking those pictures  the only rules are that you must include any of Amarettos animals! I cant wait to see next weeks entries! This is Ava over and out! Happy Breeding everyone!


Save the Date!! 18th BunKenNestKet Hunt is almost here!!

Hey everyone hope you are having a great Saturday!! Today I want to talk about the upcoming AMOC BunKenNestKet Hunt.

Beginning at 2 pm on Friday, November 30th and ending at 10 am on Sunday, December 2nd AMOC will host its 18th BunKenNestKet Hunt. We currently have only 2 slots left for participating host sims so if you are interested in being a host sim don’t delay register today at

Donations are an integral part of our hunts and we would like to encourage you to donate any unused Bundles, Kennels, Nests and Baskets. It’s your generosity that makes events like this possible and we couldn’t do it without YOU! You can find AMOC donation boxes at several locations just click the donate button to find out where!

Now how do you participate as a hunter?
To hunt you simply need to be a group member prior to the hunt start! So if you are not an AMOC group member reach out today to a team member to join us as group joins are by invitation only.  Once the hunt starts group joins will no longer be available until it is over.

What can you find?
Well the hunt includes bundles (Bun), kennels (Ken), Nests (Nest) and baskets (Ket) and maybe a special prize!!

Would you like to know more? Would you like to be more involved?
AMOC has General Meetings every month on the 2nd Friday at 1 pm at the Amaretto University & Events Sim

Remember joining this group is by invitation only so if you would like to take part please contact any AMOC officer and they will be happy to send you an invite.

Current AMOC Officers:
Blush (Blush Topaz)
Jester (JesterofSorrow Resident)
Snookie (Snookiegirl Resident)
Tazzy (Tazzy Balbozar)
Zev (Zev Luv)

Until next time this is Snookie saying Happy Hunting & Happy Breeding!!

2018 Asian Steampunk released!

Hello everyone! Its almost Friyay, thats what I call every day but Friyay!
Well its taken us a few months to complete the idea that we had announced at our birthday that we were going to give our breeders a chance to submit the ideas for a Limited Edition Horse!

Some of you had ideas your submitted, others drew their own art work, some took images from the INTERNET. After all submissions were submitted we held an inworld voting at our main store and narrowed it down to the top 5!

You can see the top 5 here:

We announced the winner of the LE Designer Contest, on Nov 1, 2018!
Congrats to the winning design from Blush Topaz!

Now that brings us to today the Amaretto Team has been hard at work and we are glad to announce starting today November 15, 2018 to November 29th! You can pick up yours at any Amaretto location either a Single or a Double Pack!

2018 Asian Steampunk – Midori
Eye: Midori
Saddle: Jin se

2018 Asian Steampunk – Mandarin
Eye: Mandarin
Saddle: Hong se

Any breeding of these gives you a chance at a surprise! The eyes do have the ability to pass on these amazing horses as well!

Don’t worry we plan to do the other design contests for all of Amaretto animals.

Go get yours today! Happy breeding everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Happy Pickle Day!

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders!

National Pickle Day is observed annually on November 14. The holiday has been celebrated for nearly 70 years, starting with encouragement from the Pickle Packers Association in 1949.

The term pickle comes from the Dutch word pekel, meaning brine. In the United States, the word pickle typically refers to cucumbers that are preserved in brine (salted water) with spices and herbs. In general, however, pickles are vegetables, fruits and other food items that are preserved in brine, salt and oil, or vinegar. The process is called pickling, and it kills bacteria in food, either by immersing them in an acidic solution, such as vinegar, or by fermentation. This increases the lifespan of the food item and also changes its texture and taste.

For thousands of years, pickles have been a popular food dating back to 2030 B.C. It is believed that ancient Egyptians were the first ones to use the pickling process by preserving cucumbers brought from India. The Romans believed in the healing powers of pickles, while sources suggest that Cleopatra credited her beauty to the consumption of pickles. Julius Caesar fed pickles to his troops believing that they lent physical and spiritual strength.

The phrase “getting into a pickle” is also sometimes used for when someone gets into trouble.

But, never fear, you’ll be as cool as a cucumber with these Amaretto pickles!

So pick up some Amaretto pickle traits today and relish this dilly of a day! 🥒

Till next time…Happy Breeding!

Howdy everyone and Happy Tuesday! Did you know that a brand new Sanctuary Barnyard Bird was released with the Barnyard Bird update 3.0?? It is such a beautiful and angelic bird! It is the Memorable Sanctuary Hen and Rooster! These little Sanctuary cuties are available through the Bird Sanctuary Vendor for 75,000 Henny Pennies each. Bird Sanctuary Birds will give a gradual boost to the Vivacity of birds within 10 meters over a period of time. The coats on the Memorable Sanctuary do NOT pass. Take a look at the adorable birds below!

Go down and get your Memorable Sanctuary Birds today! They are so beautiful!

Happy Barnyard Bird breeding!

Until next time…

I got a Bloody Nose!

Hey everyone its Monday! I am certainly glad its almost over! Since it is the start of our work week, lets set it off with a bang!

I wanted to show off what was hiding inside the 2018 Halloween Edition K9s!

Take a look at the next Bloody trait for the K-9s! The Bloody Nose!

How do you get your hands on one? Well any breeding of the 2018 Halloween Editions K-9s have the chance at passing you the Bloody nose!

Once you have the Bloody nose it does have the ability to pass! I know you will be adding this trait to your already awesome Bloody projects!

You can check out all the different K-9 noses here:

Happy breeding everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Armistice Day

Hello All 🙂

It’s Armistice Day today, and in light of it being 100 years since the end of World War 1 it seems appropriate to do a connection on the Armed Forces traits and eyes we have in Amaretto!

“Armistice Day is commemorated every year on 11 November to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I, which took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning—the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918. An American artillery gun from the 11th Field Artillery Regiment named “Calamity Jane” fired a single shot at this time, known as the closing shot of the war. The armistice initially expired after a period of 36 days. A formal peace agreement was only reached when the Treaty of Versailles was signed the following year.” – Read more about Armistice day HERE

We have the Armed Forces Awareness eye, released back in 2013 on the horses – Click HERE for more information:


We also have the Armed Forces Editions in all the animals:

Horses –

K9s –

Barnyard Birds –

Ponie Pals –


I hope you are all having a peaceful Sunday and see you all in the groups!

Hugs Marku <3


National Forget-Me-Not Day

Happy Saturday everyone! Today is National Forget-Me-Not Day which is observed annually on November 10. Created in 1921 to remind Americans of the sacrifices returning soldiers have made of body, blood and limb, National Forget-Me-Not Day originally raised funds for services where there were none.

This day even has its own particular flower, the Forget-Me-Not.

The Alpine Forget-Me-Not is the official state flower of Alaska. The forget-me-not grows well all throughout the open, rocky places, high in the mountains of Alaska.



Remember to thank our disabled veterans. Use #ForgetMeNotDay to post on social media.

Forget-Me-Not Day hearkens back to The Great War and the wounded returning soldiers who continued to require care long after the war was over. The wounded veterans’ plight was not new, but the government was unprepared for the number of returning wounding requiring attention. Very few services and organizations existed to provide the care and support the veterans needed. A movement to remember and deliver services to returning soldiers began in earnest in 1921.

Judge Robert S. Marx called on the nation to establish Forget-Me-Not Day to remind the country of their sacrifices and raised funds for disabled soldiers through the sale of forget-me-nots. Injured during the during The first published occurrence of this day was on December 17, 1921.

Injured on November 10, 1918, during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Marx returned to the United States from his injuries. A lawyer before he was a soldier, he took up his practice once more and soon was elected judge. His interest in veteran’s affairs became apparent. From fundraising to speeches, Marx made the rounds. In 1920, the Disabled American Veterans of the World War was founded and headed by Judge Marx himself. The first National Caucus was held on September 25, 1920. It was through the DAVWW in 1922 that the first official Forget-Me-Not Day fundraising campaign launched on November 11.

Throughout the 1920s, various days in November were selected to observe National Forget-Me-Not Day, including November 11 now established as Veteran’s Day or Armistice Day. Another well-known Forget-Me-Not Day is September 26th. Also known as Argonne Day in honor of the decisive battle through the Meuse-Argonne Forest.

Today, the organization that founded National Forget-Me-Not Day is named the Disabled American Veterans, supporting all disabled veterans.

And here are some beautiful Amaretto Forget-Me-Not breedables that you can add to your collection.



Until next time this is Snookie hoping you have a great weekend.  Happy Breeding!!

Flag Of The World Eye For November!

Happy Friday everyone! I hope you all have a fantastic weekend! Speaking of fantastic… today I wanted to show you the Flag Of The World eye for November! FOTW Thailand! Take  look at the gorgeous eye below!

The Flags Of the World Eyes are one set of many exciting possible Non-Starter eyes that can come from breeding any coat. You can have a chance at one of these exciting Non-Starter eyes as they are randomly dropped into bundles, kennels, and nests at the time they bundle drop. These eyes CAN be passed on.

Good luck on getting this month’s gorgeous eye! If you need more information…You can see all the Flags of The World Eyes here:



Barnyard Birds:

Happy Breeding!

Until Next time…

Belgian Draft Showhorse!

Hello everyone! Its Thursday! That means it is my turn to share with you guys!
Today I thought i would show off the Belgian Draft Showhorse!

From November 1st to November 30th if you breed any 2 Belgian Drafts together you will have a chance at getting a Belgian Draft Showhorse!

The Belgian Draft Showhorse can be randomly birthed by breeding together any two horses that have Belgian Draft coats of any color.

The Belgian Draft Showhorse can NOT pass their coat.

However, the Noble Eye and the Noble Saddle DO have the ability to pass.

Take a look at this horse!

I love the eye and the saddle as well!

You can check it out anytime on our wiki here:

Well you have the rest of the month to get yours so good luck everyone! This is Ava over and out! Happy Breeding!