Archive for August, 2020

10th Birthday Surprises!

Hello everyone! Its almost time for our birthday! I am excited and i know that a lot of you guys are.

We will be partying all day tomorrow, starting at noon! But! I have some news to share with all of you tho today!

Tomorrow, we will start out the day with double haven points! Please look out for the notice, announcing that they have begun. Don’t start havening until to Amaretto says so!

Also I am excited to announce to everyone that we will also be having a Amaretto 10th Birthday Sale! These sale items will be at the main stores only and will be available all day long!

Whats on sale?
Well I am glad you asked every Amaretto Consumable there is!

That is right for all five of our animals! Every Amaretto consumable will be discounted by 20% if you purchase from the Happy Birthday Amaretto Sale Display!

I hope to see you all at the birthday celebration tomorrow! Happy Breeding everyone!

Amaretto Horse Haven

Happy Saturday everyone hope you are having an awesome day and your weekend is off to a great start!

Today I want to shine the spotlight on the Amaretto Horse Haven!!

When you want to send your horse to haven you simply click the horse and when the menu comes down click on settings then click on horse haven, you will then have to confirm that you want to send this horse to haven.

Remember once a horse has been sent to haven it cannot be reversed. When sending a horse to haven you will receive points for age and traits.

The Horse Haven Horse Cents Reward system will Reward you for your horses in the following way:

Age Horse Cents
0-10 100
11-20 200
21-30 300
31-40 400
41-50 500
51-60 600
61-70 700
71-80 800
81-90 900
91-100 1,000
101-110 1,100
111-119 1,200
120 and older(Retired Horses) 1,400

In addition to the above Horse Cents you will also be rewarded the following for the traits on each Horse sent to Horse Haven :

Traits Horse Cents
non-starter coats 100
non-starter eyes 100
non-starter mane 100
non-starter tail 100
Gleam (high or low, coat or hair) 100
Gleam Null (coat or hair) 100
Luster (high or low, coat or hair) 100
Luster Null (coat or hair) 100
Gloom (coat or hair, gloom, chill, warmth, haze, blush, hue teal, hue orange, hue yellow) 100
Gloom Null (coat or hair, gloom, chill, warmth, haze, blush, hue teal, hue orange, hue yellow) 100
Opal (coat or hair) 100
Opal Null (coat or hair) 100
Branding 100
Hoof Paint/Socks 100
Ear Size 100
Ear Style 100
Wild Hair 100
Wings 100
Racing 100
Bridle 100
Wing Opal 100
Horn 100
Saddle 100
Ear Tip 100

Here we have the costs in Horse Cents for the items Currently Available from the vendor (all items are subject to change without notice including prices and availability):

Item Cost
Memorable Haven Horse Bundle 250,000
Haven Horse – Eagle Spirit 250,000
Haven Donkey 250,000
Haven Horse – Darkness 250,000
Haven Horse – Anubis 250,000
Haven Horse – Kaiila 250,000
Haven Horse – Zebracorn 250,000
Haven Horse – Safari Edition 250,000
Guiding Light Haven Horses 250,000
Amaretto Pet Food & Water/Four Pack (Box) 16,000
Amaretto Cocktail Single (Box) 10,000
Passion Pills Single (Box) 8,000
Amaretto Breedables Healing Kit (Box) 6,000
Amaretto Ranch Endurance Elixir Single (Box) 4,000
Sugar Cube Single (Box) 4,000
Horsie Snacks Five (Box) 4,000


How to Use your Horse Cents: Simply go to the any of our store locations and find the Horse Haven Vendor, Click the start button on the bottom right of the vendor. Your current amount of Horse Cents will be displayed in local chat. After clicking the Start button and reviewing your Horse Cents balance you have 60 seconds of reserved time to make a selection from the vendor. Once you have made your selection you will need to agree to spending that many points on that item. If you agree you will then receive your item from the vendor and the Horse Cents will be deducted from your Horse Haven account. To make another purchase simply do it again.

The Horse Haven Program is covered under our Terms of Use Agreement just as all other Amaretto Ranch Breedables LLC. products, please refer to the website to read the Terms of Use Agreement

Until next time this is Snookie hoping you have an amazing weekend and a great week ahead!

Happy Breeding!!

The Amazing Saddlebred

The American Saddlebred is a horse breed from the United States. This breed was referred to as the “Horse America Made”. Descended from riding-type horses bred at the time of the American Revolution, the American Saddlebred includes the Narragansett Pacer, Canadian Pacer, Morgan and Thoroughbred among its ancestors. Developed into its modern type in Kentucky, it was once known as the “Kentucky Saddler”. Since the formation of the US registry, almost 250,000 American Saddlebreds have been registered, and can now be found around the world, with separate breed registries established in Great Britain, Australia, continental Europe, and southern Africa. Saddlebreds are known for their sense of presence and style, as well as for their spirited, yet gentle, temperament. They are considered a gaited breed, as some Saddlebreds are bred and trained to perform four-beat ambling gaits, one being a “slow gait” that historically was one of three possible ambling patterns, and the much faster rack.

Solid Color Saddlebred

They may be of any color, including pinto patterns, which have been acknowledged in the breed since the late 1800s. The first-known pinto Saddlebred was a stallion foaled in 1882. In 1884 and 1891, two additional pintos, both mares, were foaled. These three horses were recorded as “spotted”, but many other pinto Saddlebreds with minimal markings were recorded only by their base color, without making note of their markings. This practice continued into the 1930s, at which time breeders came to be more accepting of “colored” horses and began recording markings and registering horses as pinto.

Spotted Saddlebred

The Saddlebred has been called the “world’s most beautiful horse” by admirers, and is known as the “peacock of the horse world”. In 1985, the American Saddlebred was put on a 22 cent stamp. Even Breyer model horses has a Saddlebred!

With the 4.0 horse update, Amaretto brought out their new starter, the Amaretto Saddlebred, which came in four “spotted” colors-black, brown, cream and grey. These starter coats are available in starter, breeder and rancher packs at the Amaretto Horse stores. They each come with possible hidden coats and traits. The hidden coats/traits may or may not be Non-Starter. When breeding new starters together, it is important to remember that the hidden coats/traits may or may not drop in the first bundle or even the last bundle. You just never know!

The Race is ON!

Happy Pre Friyay Everyone !! Hope everyone is having a good breeding day !

This week i want to tell you all about racing Amaretto Horses.
First off lets talk about the racing hud !

The Hud

The hud can only connect to one horse at a time.

Your Avatar can wear only one hud at a time.

Connecting Your Horse

Attach HUD

Attach Horse

Connect Horse to HUD by pressing Connect Button in the Main Menu of the HUD

Disconnecting Your Horse

Press Disconnect button in the Main Menu of the HUD

How to Train

Enter Training Mode by clicking Training in the Racing Menu

Select Speed or Stamina from the drop menu

Move using the arrow keys or w a s d keys

You are now Training your horse ( XP gain only occurs while you are moving with the horse)

Click Training in the Racing Menu again to Exit Training ( Training will also end automatically when the horse has reached its daily limit based on its stamina class)

You can only train your horse ONCE daily for the amount of time allotted by the Horses Class and only in one category (speed or stamina)per day.
Ex. I trained my Class D horse for 30 minutes on speed today so I will have to wait for 24 hours before I can train it again for stamina.

Speed means the sprinting speed of a horse.

Speed is ranked using the following Class system:
S = 3x Avie Run Speed (ARS) {Highest Possible Class} 50 minutes of training time
A = 2.5x ARS 45 minutes of training time
B = 2x ARS 40 minutes of training time
C = 1.5x ARS 35 minutes of training time
D = ARS {Lowest Possible Class}30 minutes of training time
Stamina = The amount of time a horse can sprint without recharging . Stamina is ranked using the following Class system:
S = 50s of sprinting and 50 minutes of training time
A = 45s of sprinting and 45 minutes of training time
B = 40s of sprinting and 40 minutes of training time
C = 35s of sprinting and 35 minutes of training time
D = 30s of sprinting and 30 minutes of training time
Class D is where horses start
Classes S,A,B,C, and D are trainable and passable

XP is gained through training your horse in a given field (speed or stamina) to move from one class to the next you must train from 0% to 100% in the current Class of that field.
XP Gains as follows:
Class D gains XP @ .5% per minute of training
Class C gains XP @ .4% per minute of training
Class B Gains XP @ .3% per minute of training
Class A Gains XP @ .1% per minute of training
Class D is where horses start
Classes S,A,B,C, and D are trainable and passable.

**It is important to note that once a horse with racing traits is retired (pass the age of 120 days) not only will it be unable to breed, but you will also not be able to train or race a retired horse. **

Until next week Happy Breeding Everyone, this is Ava over and out!


It’s A Dog Day!

Happy Hump Day Breeders!

Every August 26th has been designated Dog Day to bring attention to all real-life dogs, regardless of breed. It is a catalyst for rescue and adoption, but, we’re going to use it, today, to put the spotlight on the Amaretto K-9s.

In September 2010, Amaretto Ranch Breedables, LLC, took the SL grid by storm when they released the Amaretto horses. The Amaretto horse quickly became the top breedable of Second Life. To add to that success, in August 2011, the Amaretto K-9s came barking in and they’ve not stopped yet!

Over the years, the K-9s have been updated and traits added. Starting at just 3 possible non-starter traits, currently, at version 3.01, K-9s can have a maximum trait count of 18! Plus, we sure have seen a lot of beautiful K-9s; from best in show, twist, crazed, zodiac, elemental, and craved right up to the new coveted coats. To get more details on Amaretto K-9 breeds and traits, visit the K-9 Wiki.

Breed them, keep them as a pet, or make them a perpetual puppy after they retire, whatever you choose Amaretto K-9s are so much fun! And, they’re interactive! Using their HUD, your dogs can follow you like a companion, be lead on a leash, and play fetch with a ball!

Wishing everyone a Happy Dog Day and Happy Amaretto K-9 Breeding!

Community Meeting Thursday August 28, 2020!

Hey Amaretto community!
I wanted to use my connection today to talk to you all about something that I love doing!

Each month Amaretto has hosted an Amaretto Community Meeting which everyone is welcome to attend.

You can bring up and suggestions or even issues your having. Ill have a whole panel of staff to answer any questions you may have.

The community meeting is important to attend and participate in. It gives the breeders a voice and helps us know how you guys our customers are doing with our products.

Amaretto takes pride in always trying to keep things new and bring innovation to our products. This is your chance to give input and be heard.

The next community meeting is August 27th at 1 PM SLT, I hope you will considering attending the more people we have the better!


This is Ava over and out! Happy Breeding everyone!

September Unique Qualifiers!

Hey everyone! How is everyone this manic Monday? I know all have you have been wondering what the month of September and what would be qualifiers? Well I am super glad to announce this one because its a little different this month!

To pay homage to Amarettos 10th Birthday we are doing a little something special, starting Sept 1, 2020 until Sept 30, 2020 anytime you breed any birthday coat together you have a chance to get a special Unique Breeding Birthday Surprise!

Here is a list of September qualifiers:

1st Birthday Horse Black – Limited Edition
1st Birthday Horse White – Limited Edition
Amaretto 2nd Anniversary Horse Confetti
Amaretto 2nd Anniversary Horse Fireworks
Amaretto 3rd Birthday Horse
Amaretto 4th Birthday Horse
Limited Edition Gold – Happy 5th Birthday Amaretto!
Limited Edition Black – Happy 5th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 6th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 7th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 8th Birthday Amaretto!
2019 Amaretto’s 9th Year – Sleipnir


2nd Anniversary K-9 Confetti
2nd Anniversary K-9 Fireworks
Amaretto 3rd Birthday Great Dane
Amaretto 4th Birthday K-9
Special Edition – Happy 5th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 6th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 7th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 8th Birthday Amaretto!
Amaretto’s 9th Year- Fenrir


Amaretto 3rd Birthday Barnyard Bird
Amaretto 4th Birthday Barnyard Bird
Collectors Edition Happy 5th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 6th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 7th Birthday Amaretto!
Happy 8th Birthday Amaretto!
Amaretto’s 9th Year- Muninn


2017 Happy 7th Birthday Amaretto
2018 Happy 8th Birthday Amaretto
Amaretto’s 9th Year Valhalla


Amaretto’s 9th Year Hugin

It doesnt matter if you breed 2 of the same coats or 2 different coats. As am extra twist to celebrate Amarettos 10th bday this months special surprises WILL have the ability to pass! So good luck everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Dipped Ears!

Hello everyone I hope you are having a great start to your weekend and a fun Saturday!

Today the spotlight is shining on the K-9 Dipped Ear trait.

Dipped Ear is a trait that came out in version 2.0 update. You can change the color of your K-9s ears with this trait!

Dipped Ear Pink and Red was released from the 2016 Wild Love Edition K9s breeding 2 Wild Love Edition K-9s together you could get the new Dipped Ear Red or Pink!!!

On April 29, 2016 until May 13, 2016 Amaretto wanted to celebrate all our Mothers, with Happy Mother’s Day 2016 Special Edition K-9s! Any breeding of these K-9s gave you a chance at the new Dipped Ear Purple or Dipped Ear Teal!

On August 4th, 2016 until August 19th 2016 Amaretto celebrated Summer 2016 with 2016 Summer Edition – Hang Tens!Any breeding of these 2016 Summer Edition – Hang Ten gave you the ability to get a brand new Dipped Ear Gold or Dipped Ear Rainbow.

On November 24, 2016 Amaretto celebrated Thanksgiving with some random drop traits these traits included Dipped Ears Gravy and Dipped Ears Cranberry Sauce.

On Jan 27,2017 Amaretto celebrated ARU Graduates with this Dipped Ear A.R.U. that can pass from any 2017 A.R.U. Graduation Edition breeding!

On June 26, 2017 until July 19, 2017 Amaretto celebrated 4th of July with Celebrate Independence 2017 K-9s! You could get a new Dipped Ear Celebrate from any breeding of these Celebrate Independence 2017 K-9s!

On October 18th until October 31st Amaretto celebrated Halloween 2017 with 2017 Halloween Edition Arachnia K-9s! These K-9 were hiding 2 brand new Dipped Ears! Dipped Ear Bloody and Dipped Ear Toxic!

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

On September 12th, 2018 Amaretto celebrated fall with the release of Autumn Harvest Editions! These K-9s were hiding a brand new Dipped Ear Candy Corn!

On Jan.14,2019 Amaretto released its first ever Special Edition Stride Towards Freedom to honor and celebrate MLK! These K-9s were hiding the Dipped Ear Gold Glitter!

This trait DOES have the ability to pass!

Until next time this is Snookie hoping you have a great weekend & a great week ahead!

Happy Breeding!

Bok Bok!

In October 2018, Amaretto released the 3.0 bird update in Barnyard birds which included 4 brand new breeds of chicken, the Sebright, White Laced Red Cornish, Sussex Bantam, and Black Australorp. These are all based on actual breeds that have distinct coloration. Three of the breeds came from England and one from Australia, although its roots are from England also.

The Sebright chicken is a British breed of bantam chicken. It is a true bantam – a miniature bird with no corresponding large version – and is one of the oldest recorded British bantam breeds. It is named after Sir John Saunders Sebright, who created it as an ornamental breed by selective breeding in the early nineteenth century. As a largely ornamental chicken, they lay tiny, white eggs and are not kept for meat production.

White Laced Red Cornish chickens originated in Cornwall, England from Red Aseels, Black Breasted Red Old English and Malays. … White Laced Red Cornish chicks are light red and white mixed on most of the body. The Cornish chicken will produce a very small amount of eggs over their lifetime because they weren’t bred for breakfast—they are a dinner bird for sure. However, the eggs they do lay are small and light brown.

The Sussex Bantam originated in Britain in around 1920 and is a dwarfed version of the Sussex. It has a rectangular body shape, medium long tail feathers, broad, deep breast, red earlobes and a featherless face. The comb is medium sized and single. These birds like most bantams lay white eggs.

he last breed introduced with the update was from Australia, the Black Austalorp. Developed from Black Orpingtons imported from England, the Australorp was bred for egg production without sacrificing too much in size and meat quality. Some sensational results were made in the Australian program with one hen setting a laying record of 364 eggs in 365 days. To this day, Black Australorps are still one of the best light brown egg layers of all the heavy breeds. They were introduced in the United States in the 1920s.

All four of these exciting breeds came out with the 3.0 update and can be gotten by breeding any bird with a starter bird or by breeding together two starter birds. The coats CAN be passed on.

Pic of the Month Aug 2020!

Hey guys most of you know that every month I pick a picture of the month, anyone can enter at anytime! If you want to know more about how to enter read up on this connection:

So here is this months winner Untame Kaul! Take a look at this stunning picture!

Remember anyone can enter to be a winner! So good luck and happy picture taking everyone! This is Ava over and out!