Just like the real world, you can breed two (2) racehorses together and produce new offspring.
Blockchain verifications take time, but if you haven't received your foal after two (2) hours, please reach out to the team on Discord.
A colt or stallion is a male racehorse. A filly or mare is a female racehorse. A colt or filly means the racehorse has not yet produced any offspring. A stallion or mare means the racehorse has produced at least one offspring.
Yes, you will receive the offspring in your stable. The current owner of the colt or the stallion will keep the stud fee.
As a male racehorse owner, you can determine the breeding price you want to charge. ZED RUN suggests a minimum breeding price to help guide you when setting your own breeding fee. See details for Pricing.
In the future, we plan to introduce private breeding. Until then, the only way to breed with your own racehorses still requires you to place your male or female racehorse in the Stud Farm, set a minimum price, and select the number of days.
The gender of each new offspring that is born will be generated at random.
No. Genesis racehorses cannot be reproduced. Genesis racehorses are first-generation racehorses and there will only ever be 38,000 of the Genesis breed in the ZED ecosystem.
As many as you want. For example, if you own more than one racehorse and wish to breed them all, you can. However, there are limitations to which family members you can breed together.
You cannot breed with your brother, sister, parents, or grandparents.
Once your racehorse is in the Stud Farm, it cannot be taken out until the breeding period (1, 3, or 7 days) you have chosen is complete.
There are no cool-down periods in ZED RUN because we have introduced breeding limits on both the male and female racehorses.
A newborn racehorse cannot breed until 28 days after it was born.
You can find your racehorse's birthday details in the profile, on the top right-hand corner, just above your wallet address. In the example image below, this area is highlighted in blue for your reference.
Your racehorse's first birthday is one month to the day that it was born. For clarity, if your racehorse was born November 6th, then its first birthday would be December 6th. However, there are exceptions to racehorses born on the 31st. For example, if your racehorse was born on January 31st and the following month finishes on February 28th, then its first birthday will be the 28th because that is the last day of the month.