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Notice board Side Task Stable Training Grounds my Champion
Training from the Show jumping course
Use the Show jumping course to train your horse's
Strength
 Increases Show Jumping
Training from the Riding arena
Use the Riding arena to train your horse's
Endurance
 Increases Racing
Training from the Riding circle
Use the riding circle to train your horse's
Agility
 Increases Dressage
 
All 3 Training arenas have a max level of 10.
Upgrading a training arena will grant additional bonuses on the amount of training points you get per training (+1 XP per upgrade level). This will be displayed accordingly.
If training is in section the remaining training time will be displayed in the training arena's ring menu and in the respective training interface.
Each training takes a fixed amount of time that can be skipped using gold.
Once the training is over, you may collect all earned training points in the training interface and start a new one right away if you desire.

Helpful reminders:
Horseshoes are needed to train your horses in the
arenas and you get them from the Ship harbor.
Competition horseshoes are needed to upgrade the
arenas and you get them from training your horses.
To gain a breeding effect every time you breed, you need horses
that are trained to these benchmark levels: 10, 20, 35, 50, 70, 90.
Every one of these levels will give you an extra breeding effect slot on your foal.
You can train 1 different horse on each of the training areas.
You can not train your horse on a training area that is being upgraded, but you can train your horse while the stable is being upgraded.
Advice from Nafaru: If you struggle to get enough horseshoes to train your horses, never invest in intensive training! This option was added for those with an abundance of horseshoes to spend, to enable them to get training results that are a little higher than usual.
The effective amount of horseshoes you
should spent on certain level of arena:
Level 1 Arena : 400 Horseshoes Level 2 Arena : 800 Horseshoes
Level 3 Arena : 1200 Horseshoes Level 4 Arena : 1600 Horseshoes Level 5 Arena : 2000 Horseshoes

Once you select a horse from the Riding circle,  Show Jumping Course or the Riding Arena ring menu, you may see 3 different progress bars - one for each attribute. These progress bars display the current attribute level and how many training points are left to advance to the next attribute level.►
At the bottom of the training interface, you will find a slider to choose how many horseshoes you would like to invest on training - the amount of horseshoes used determines if training is classified as regular or intensive.

Upgrades of each training arena up until level 5 will push the transition from regular to intensive training farther to the right side of the slider, making the training less straining for your horse and more effective in terms of horseshoes spent for training point gains.

Now what does max non-intensive mean? If you open a training facility (in the example arenas are all level 10), you see a slider. That slider can be moved to the right and at some point it will change from non-intensive brown to intensive orange color. Right before that color change, you should stop sliding and start the training. That is your maximum non-intensive point. Training intensive will only use up many more horseshoes for little gain in levels for your horse. If you are swimming in horseshoes that is fine, but to save horseshoes max non-intensive is a better idea, as shown on the right. ►

◄ The progress bar of the chosen attribute for training will reflect the changes the next training will have on the progress, so you can
forecast if the training you are about to start will already result in a level-up of the Attribute.
A low level horse gains very little levels when you train it twice. When your horse is higher level, you may consider training it several times before breeding, since it will gain more levels in the second (and third etc.) training, but not as many as a new foal would.
Training full levels is better than partial levels if you get the horse ready for breeding, since partial levels will only be lost in the breeding process. I would recommend staying in non-intensive though, unless it is just a bit into the intensive area to get to the next full level.
Last updated : Monday, September 10, 2018
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