Hi guys, Most of us are stuck at home right now due to the lockdown so I thought hey, let's do some fun easter stuff. So here is my raffle in a count down to Easter! (although I might extend it if this gets attention and I don't hit a creative wall )
DAY 5: There is nothing stronger then the bond between a rider and his horse, therefore I am adding a duo of sim and horse to the raffle.
Just some rules first:
- to keep it fair,you can only win once - Horses must keep their prefix (SASs)- You can adjust mane, tail or slightly adjust shade and shine but confo and the majority of the coat must remain the same
(-If you win and you feel like you don't like/ won't use the prize I will let my wheel decide on a new winner, you are than free to participate again as you don't keep the prize.)
The winner of day 1 is: Levi Rosenthal , congrats! Now of course you'll be curious Your Prize is this lovely Belgian Riding Pony mare:
Peachy, Peaches, Peach, whatever you want to call her, is a sweet 6 year old BRP Pony with a heart of gold. With her soft fleabitten grey coat and the little pink heart on her nose she charms the judges at both ridden and halter shows. Peach is also very agile and tends to be quite stressproof. Wether she is training at her home barn or shining at a show, this little lady Always keeps her ears pinned forward.
The winner of day 2 isss: Nadia Kilian ! Congrats, pm me to claim
Meet the Frivolous filly: SASs Camellia
This little ball of energy is the result of our mare Floradora and our Stallion Khujo. While she earned her mothers dark bay coat and big brains, she earned her fathers strong will and brave nature. With the right training this cocky young mare can become a true champion. (At the moment she is around 7 months old so of course you will recieve her adult version as well)
Last Edit: Apr 10, 2020 3:49:24 GMT -6 by lunasmit
The winner of day 3 issss: Eowyn Vance ! Congrats, pm me to claim
Meet Lilly, a 6 y/o Knabstrupper-Sportshorse mare... with a love for birds?
It seems like this flashy mare is not only popular with people. Other (small) animals are often drawn towards the calm and kind mare as if she were some singing Disney princess. The mare stays rather unbothered by a couple of birdies nesting in her mane, as she loves any kind of attention. As she's quick on her feet, stressproof and eager to please, Lilly could make a wondrous eventer one day, she just seems to do fine at every disciplines she tries. Hopefully you'll fall in love with her thousands of spots just like I did while creating her
Post by Eowyn Vance on Apr 11, 2020 12:52:38 GMT -6
Me!? I never win these things!. She's absolutely precious and I love her already, she's just so unique looking and I'm sure she's going to fit right in with the mad flock of ducks that run wild on my yard her coat looks like a field of daisies, a perfect springtime addition! and an eventer too? it's a match made in heaven <3 thank you!
The winner of day 4 issss: Zinnia Arvi ! Congrats, pm me to claim
Due to his unlikely patterns, there were always no more then two options for this young warmblood stallion. He was either treated as an outcast or as a money making machine with his rare tricolored coat. His experience with people has therefore not always been that great and he likes to keep his distance. Underneath the exterior of a cool and stubborn stallion, there lies one with a heart of gold. Truly all he needs is a warm home, owners who can give him some love, and this stallion shall bloom. So take good care of the flashy fella and give him the love and training he needs to watch him become a true companion!
The winner of the final day isss: Daiana Williams ! congrats, pm me to claim
The 25 year old Ivy is a fearless equestrian and trainer who grew up in the UK. She started riding at the age of 5 but it wasn't until she was 16 that she met the horse she dreamt of. Fox earned his name from the white tip at the end of his chestnut tail. When they met, he was still a green four year old but it was clear from the second that Ivy got in the saddle that this pair was meant to be. Soon they became well-known at local competitions, gathering ribbons and later trophees at a fast pace. The two togheter seem both smart and sly as a fox but also indestructible like ivy.