Archive for March, 2020

Slurl ME!

I have been in Secondlife for over 10 years, and its always good to learn how to do something new!

It occurred to me earlier today that we do have some community members that do not know how to make a slurl!

SLurls and landmarks serve the same purpose. The main difference is that a SLurl is simply a text link, while a landmark is an inventory item type which can only be used inside of SL.

You can post a slurl in spam, in note card, or even an private message! If a Amaretto CSR ever answers your ticket with the reply please send me a slurl, I want you guys to be ready!

How to use and make SLurls
To use an existing SLurl:

Click this example SLurl.
On the page it takes you to, click Visit this location to open it in Second Life.

To make a new SLurl:

Move your avatar to where you want to create the SLurl.
Click the place name in the location bar (near the top of the Viewer window) to convert it to a SLurl. It’ll look like

Right-click and Copy the SLurl while it’s selected, or use Ctrl+V.

Paste the SLurl where you want it.

Alternatively, you can also use the WORLD MAP to get SLurls:

Select World menu > World Map.
Click Copy SLurl.

You can also enter another place on the map, then click Copy SLurl to get a remote SLurl.

Converting a landmark to a SLurl (and vice-versa)
To convert a landmark to a SLurl:

Select Me > Places.
Right-click a landmark and select Copy SLurl.
Paste the Slurl where you want it.
To convert a SLurl to a landmark:

Click or otherwise use the SLurl to get to its location.
Select World > Landmark This Place. The landmark is saved to your inventory.

So this is a great secondlife tip i use all the time! Hope this helps some of you guys that didnt know how to make a slurl. Happy breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Sprinkled Glazed anyone?

Hey everyone its another manic Monday! I wanted to end this month on a high note and shine a spotlight on this months awesome sweet craved! If you missed it the month of March was super sweet!

Take a look at these Craved Sprinkled Glazed horses!

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Cocoa Lipizzan

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Mocha Akhal-teke

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Chocolate American Miniature

Craved Sprinkled Glazed Chocolate Rabicano

If you bred together in any combination the following horses in the month of March:
Akhal-Teke Mocha
Chocolate Rabicano
Cocoa Lipizzan
Chocolate American Miniature

then you had a chance to make one of these Craved Sprinkled Glazed! Remember the Craved DO have the ability to pass their coat! I can think of a few different traits to put on these horses.

If you didn’t get to get in on Marchs round of Craved be sure to get in Aprils!

Happy breeding everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Beautiful Brandings

Happy Saturday everyone! I hope your weekend is off to a wonderful start.

Today the spotlight is shining on the Brandings trait for our horses!

The branding trait comes from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse and CAN be passed on with the exception of the Amaretto Branding which is limited to the Show Horse only and can NOT pass on.

You could also get a Null Branding – a Null trait is an “Invisible trait”, a placeholder. These placeholders were implemented as a way to allow the breeder to have a maximum trait horse but still look the way they want it to look.

Additionally we have some Random Brandings as shown below. Please note that these brandings CAN be passed on with the exception of the Amaretto Branding.

The Amaretto Branding is limited to the Show Horse only and can NOT pass on.

For more information and a closer look at these brandings check them out on the website at

Until next time this Snookie hoping you have an amazing weekend.  Stay safe and Happy Breeding!

We Appreciate You

In these trying times it is good to remember the people who do their best to make our lives run a little easier, who go into public service, who instruct and protect us, and bring a little brightness into our lives. From firefighters and policemen, teachers and stay at home parents, to dentists, artists, and even chefs, please remember to show your appreciation by saying Thank You.

To show their appreciation for these often unsung heroes Amaretto brought out the Appreciation Eyes. Starting March 1, 2014, the first of the new Appreciation Eyes were born onto the grid, promoting appreciation for something new each month. These eyes could drop randomly every month from any breeding from the 4.0 horses and higher, starting with the Medical Appreciation eye and ending with the Engineer Appreciation eye in Feb 2015. These eyes are traited and Can be passed on. Which one is your favorite?

Gold Reins!

Hey everyone! Hope that everyone is staying happy and healthy! I know its crazy out there!
I wanted to show off the newest horse trait to hit the grid!

Gold Reins!

I love these! How do you get one? Well by breeding any 2020 Hullabazoo – Amaretto Gone Wild! Thats right anytime you breed a 2020 Hullabazoo – Amaretto Gone Wild horse with any other horse you have the chance to get the Gold Reins!

These Gold Reins DO have the ability to pass!

You can check out all the other Reins here:

Happy Breeding everyone this is Ava over and out……….. don’t forget….. WASH YOUR HANDS!

Get Hoppin’ With AMOC!

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders!

The next AMOC hunt will be here in just two weeks! Join us as we hop down the bunny trail to find hidden Easter-themed prims across the SL grid. 🐰

The 22nd AMOC BunKenNestKet Hunt will begin on Friday, April 10th at 2PM (SLT) and end on Sunday, April 12th at 10AM (SLT).

You do not have to be a market to participate, even small individual parcels can join in the fun. On average, the hunts attract more than one-hundred-fifty hunters. So, this is a great way to get traffic to your sales yards!

If you would like to be a host sim or parcel in this hunt*, get hoppin! 🐇 Applications are limited to 20 and we already have 12 locations registered.

*Please note that if you choose to participate in the hunt, a donation of bundles, kennels, nests and/or baskets is mandatory.

For full details and to register, go to our webpage at

In order to hunt, you MUST be a member of the AMOC group. A group invite can be requested by contacting any of the AMOC team in-world. The AMOC team consists of Snookiegirl Resident, Blush Topaz, JesterofSorrow Resident, Greyvenney Resident, Zev Luv, and Tazzy Balbozar. Group joins will be closed during the hunt, so plan ahead.

At the beginning of the hunt, a notecard giver will be available to give you hunt location SLURLS and hints to finding the hidden prims. Each sim prim will give 1 bundle, kennel, nest or basket to each avatar. But, that’s not all! There will be special prims hidden that reveal awesome Amaretto prizes. 🐣

Speaking of our hunt, you may or may not know that all of our AMOC activities are generated solely by donations. Without the generosity of breeders like YOU, our hunts would not be possible! We sincerely appreciate any unused bundles, kennels, nests and/or baskets.

A current list of all donation boxes can be found here:

Tip: To keep from losing donations, we suggest that you put them in a prim box and then add the prim to the donation box.

Thank you, everyone!

Until next time…keep hoping and happy breeding! 🐰

Important Notice!

Hey everyone its a terrific Tuesday! I hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy! I know what you guys want to hear from me today! I was gonna tell you but then i thought maybe we should talk about hand washing!

So the proper steps to hand washing begin with are as follows………

If you have read this far im going to give you guys a treat!

The Craved makers for the month of April are the following:

Mystique Rainbow Quartz
Utopia Crazed Coat Walker
Retching Rainbow Crazed Coat Skewbald
Overo Prism

Mystique Rainbow Quartz
Red Half Mask Jack Russel Terrier
Black Full Mask Jack Russell Terrier
Tanzanite Crazed Coat Jack Russell Terrier

Prism Faverolles
Blood Orange Crazed California Gray

Painted Prism
Orangie Fabulous!
Masqureade in Teal

Remember that this will begin at 12:01 AM on April 1st! So get your qualifers ready now! And good luck and happy breeding everyone and don’t forget to wash your hands! This is Ava over and out!

Happy Monday everyone! Today I wanted to take a moment to go over an awesome trait you might not know about… the Null trait! The Null trait is available is the Amaretto Horses and K-9s! Nulls were introduced as a way to let breeders have the maximum number of traits on their breedable but have it still look the way they want it to look.  By using the Null traits to fill the slots of the traits you don’t want on your horse you can build yourself a highly traited horse that still looks like it has no traits!

The list below shows all the Null traits available for the horse and what each Null replaces.

Brand Null
Hair Gloom Null – Holds the place of Hair Gloom
Coat Gloom Null – Holds the place of Coat Gloom
Hair Chill Null – Holds the place of Hair Chill
Coat Chill Null – Holds the place of Coat Chill
Hair Warmth Null – Holds the place of Hair Warmth
Coat Warmth Null – Holds the place of Coat Warmth
Hair Blush Null – Holds the place of Hair Blush
Coat Blush Null – Holds the place of Coat Blush
Hair Haze Null – Holds the place of Hair Haze
Coat Haze Null – Holds the place of Coat Haze
Hair Hue Null – Holds the place of Hair Hue
Coat Hue Null – Holds the place of Coat Hue
Hair Luster Null – Holds the place of Hair Luster
Coat Luster Null – Holds the place of Coat Luster
Hair Gleam Null – Holds the place of Hair Gleam
Coat Gleam Null – Holds the place of Coat Gleam
Hair Opal Null – Holds the place of Hair Opal
Coat Opal Null – Holds the place of Coat Opal
Leg Null – Holds the place of socks and hoofs
Wing Null – Holds the place of Wings
Ear Size Null – Holds the place of Lanky or Scanty
Ear Style Null- Holds the place of Droop, Half Droop Left, and Half Droop Right
Racing null – Holds the place of racing stamina
Racing null – Holds the place of racing speed
Saddle Null– Holds the place of a saddle
Ear Tip Null– Holds the place of ear tip
Horn Null– Holds the place of the Horn

Remember that not all the Nulls listed can be on one horse at the same time.  The current maximum that a horse can have at one time is 18 nulls.

The list below shows all the Null traits available for the K-9s and what each Null replaces.

Ear Size Null – Holds the place of Small or Large Ears
Size Null – Holds the place of Runt or Pick
Nose Null – Holds the place of Black Spotted Nose, Pale Nose, Liver Spotted Nose, and Liver Nose
Tail Null – Holds the place of Long or Short tail
Polish Null – Holds the place of Paw Polish
Radiance Null – Holds the place of High or Low Radiance
Sheen Null – Holds the place of High or Low Sheen
Tint Null – Holds the place of Periwinkle, Lilac, Mint, Rose, Sunset, and Sunrise

The current maximum that a K-9 can have at one time is 8 Nulls.

So now you got all the info on the nulls. You can find it on our super informative wiki pages:

Have fun and happy breeding!! Stay safe and healthy out there Amaretto Family!

My Ponie has Wings!

Happy Saturday everyone hope your weekend is going great!

Today we are going to shine the spotlight on the awesome Ponie Pals Wing Trait!

Just look at all these wings that are available for our Ponies.

  • Pickle Wings
  • Punch Wings
  • Milky Wings
  • Murky Wings
  • Celebrate Wings
  • Golden Wings
  • Amber Wings
  • Autumn Wings
  • XOXO Wings
  • Prism Wings
  • A.R.U. Wings
  • Gold Glitter
  • Christmas Plaid

So where did these wings come from? The Wings trait comes from breeding “Starter Style” together or one starter with any other Ponie.

On June 26, 2017 until July 19, 2017 Amaretto celebrated 4th of July with Celebrate Independence 2017 Ponies! You could get a new Wing Celebrate from any breeding of these Celebrate Independence 2017 Ponies!

Amaretto released the first Ponie Oasis Ponie on September 19,2017 As an added surprise if you breed your Amaretto Oasis Ponie – Mardi Gras with a Masquerade in Lemon, Gold Bandit, or Yellowie Fabulous you have a chance at getting a Golden Wing!

On February 14, 2018 Amaretto celebrated Valentines day with random drop Valentines traits! One of these traits was the XOXO Wings! You only had 24 hours on Valentines Day for your ponies to drop the XOXO Wings!

The Prism Wing was a user created wing that 0000TROUBLEMAKER0000 created along side Amaretto Artist.

The A.R.U. wing was hiding in the 2018 Deluxe Edition A.R.U. Commencement!

On Jan.14,2019 Amaretto released its first ever Deluxe Edition Stride Towards Freedom to honor and celebrate MLK! These Ponies were hiding the Gold Glitter Wing!

On Dec.13,2019 Amaretto released 2019 Holiday Editions, hiding in these was the Christmas Plaid wing!

There are two different Ponie Wing sizes and these Wings CAN be passed on!

  • Large
  • Small

For a closer look at any of these wings check them out on the wiki at

Until next time this is Snookie hoping you have a terrific weekend and stay safe!

Happy Breeding!!

That’s Whacky!

What exactly is a wattle on a chicken? A wattle is a fleshy bit hanging from various parts of the head or neck in several groups of birds and mammals. In birds, wattles are often an ornament for courting potential mates. Large wattles are correlated with high testosterone levels, good nutrition, and the ability to evade predators, which in turn indicates a potentially successful mate. It has also been proposed that ornamental organs such as wattles are associated with genes coding for disease resistance. In umbrellabirds the wattle serves to amplify the birds’ call. Both male and female chickens have wattles, which help them to stay cool during warmer weather.


Amaretto likes to add new traits to the birds to keep them interesting. They celebrated Valentines Day on Feb 2nd 2019 and released Valentines Edition animals that you could purchase until Feb 15th 2019. There was a chance that you could get a brand new trait Whacky Wattle from any breeding of these 2019 Valentines Day Edition Barnyard Birds Chickens.
This was the the 13th trait added to the Barnyard Birds Chickens, the Whacky Wattle!
The Whacky Wattle DOES have the ability to pass!

I can’t wait to see what other new traits will show up on the Barnyard Birds, since Amaretto likes to surprise us!