Both our teams (Nokotas & Crios) are proud to say we got to the top without 

resorting to behavior that would be considered unfair by running scripts, trafficking, using multiple accounts, buying aps from players/dead accounts or bullying in ANY way.

It's a shame that there is so much corruption on the game. Before you know it, it will be cheaters playing against cheaters. All the fair and honest players will just find another source of entertainment. 

We are now taking orders for  Crio . First come, first served. We do rotate top preps to be fair. 


TJ if interested

No orders taken on Breeder's Week : 2nd week (Crios) 

Prices are as follows:

top prep: 1115 passes

within 15 points of top prep: 1000 - 1115 passes

within 30 points of top prep: 900- 1000 passes

within 45 points of top prep: 750- 900 passes

more than 45 points from top prep: 750 passes or less

Fully skilled when available: 2500 passes (Nyx pk, Woy & fully clouded)

Thank you for being a loyal buyer.

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Here are some of the requirements to fill out an application:

1. At least 300 days of seniority

2. 3 solid recommendations (Team administrators preferred)

3. Permission to contact prior teams

4. Not be on too many teams. (Many players burn themselves out)

5. Be able to blup under 45 minutes

6. Be at least college age (unless pre approved)

7. 4 blups per week - 2 blups for Part time when there is an opening

8. Part time members are limited to 2 team memberships. (We don't like excuses for not blupping) (unless pre approved)

9. Must give co to an Administrator once accepted to the team

10. Has never dropped gp, scripted, have multiple accounts or use any devices that is against Howrse rules. Any false information on the application can remove you from the team immediately.

If you pass all the above and can be a committed member, then contact girlsabc for an application for Crio's or Nargento for Nokies.

*****We are only taking Full Time Applicants


Always check your Facts. Avoid disinformation!

My desire for you is to no longer be in darkness or under the influence of the evil one.


 I do not return bought horses in sales or auctions unless they are from a valid team that dropped it by mistake. If you want to keep your horse, don't put it in sales!

Character of a Good Leader

Trustworthiness. Bower calls this “integrity in action.” A leader must be inherently honest to build the trust of those around him or her. Without trust, there is no leadership. It’s as simple as that. 

Fairness. How many times have you heard about a leader who is “tough but fair”? It’s a common term. People will respect leaders who are tough on them as long as what they demand is considered fair. 

Unassuming behavior. Too often, when people achieve a position of importance, they let their ego get the best of them and become arrogant. It’s difficult to be an arrogant or pretentious leader. 

Listening. A strong leader is a good listener. Many managers believe that when they are put in a position of authority, they should be the one talking and giving orders. Instead, they should focus on listening even more. Managers who don’t listen can’t really be leaders because they won’t know what’s truly happening around them. 

Open-minded. Leaders don’t believe they have all the answers. Instead, they are confident and secure enough to know they don’t and that it would be smart to listen to what others have to contribute. 

Sensitivity to people. To get people to openly share with you, they must believe you care about them as individuals and about their ideas. If you can’t develop a rapport with people, you can’t lead them. 

Sensitivity to situations. Bower says, “Situations are created by people and must be dealt with by people.” Often a manager is put in a position where he or she has to resolve disputes or disagreements. A leader can analyze the situation, consider the feelings of those involved, make a prudent decision, and communicate it effectively. It doesn’t mean everyone involved will like or agree with the decision, but if the manager can display sensitivity to the people and the situation, he or she is likely to be an effective leader. 

Initiative. Bower considers this an attribute, not a quality, and therefore believes it can be learned. To be a leader, a person must be willing to take action. When opportunities present themselves, a leader takes the initiative and pursues them relentlessly. 

Good judgment. A leader with good judgment has the ability to consider the facts available and other potentially relevant information and has the intuition to combine what is known and unknown to make the best decision. It’s as much art as science, and good leaders understand they will never have all the information or perfect data and is comfortable acting with what he or she has. 

Broad-mindedness. This manifests itself in a leader as the ability to see the big picture. A good leader doesn’t get mired in every last detail but can step back from situations to consider many alternatives. Seeing the forest for the trees is important for a leader. 

Flexibility and adaptability. A true leader must be able and willing to change direction quickly or admit when he or she has made a mistake. A leader is open to change and can adapt easily when necessary. 

Capacity to make sound and timely decisions. 

If there’s one thing all successful leaders share, it’s the ability to make decisions. And if a leader is to be successful, those decisions must be made after appropriate consideration. But indecisiveness kills the ability to lead. 

Capacity to motivate. This one, in my mind, is broad. Many people associate the capacity to motivate with a fiery leader or an eloquent and effective speaker. And passion and strong communication certainly can aid in one’s ability to lead, but it takes more to motivate others. The courage of your convictions, a certain degree of confidence, and a shared purpose also are necessary to get others to follow you. 

Sense of urgency. A good leader favors action over inaction. A good leader wants to move quickly and make things happen. Slow, reactive, passive people don’t tend to end up in leadership roles—and for good reason. -


Stare at the 4 dots in the middle for about a minute. Then close your eyes & lean your head back. What do you see?

For all my friends, whether close or casual, just because. One of the longest posts I will ever do... and the most real, too. Everyone will go through some hard times at some point. Life isn't easy. Just something to think about...did you know the people that are the strongest are usually the most sensitive? Did you know the people who exhibit the most kindness are the first to get mistreated? Did you know the ones who take care of others all the time are usually the ones who... need it the most? Did you know the three hardest things to say are I love you, I'm sorry, and Help me? Sometimes just because a person looks happy, you have to look past their smile and see how much pain they may be in. To all my friends who are going through some issues right now--let's start an intention avalanche. We all need positive intentions right now. May I ask my friends wherever you might be, to kindly copy and paste this status for one hour to give a moment of support to all those who have family problems, health struggles, job issues, worries of any kind and just need to know that someone cares. Do it for all of us, for nobody is immune. I hope to see this on the walls of all my friends just for moral support. I know some will!! I did it for a friend and you can too.

Character involves commitment, courage, humility, modesty, overcoming, guarding our tongue, honesty, integrity, conviction and more. Character is what you are and what you practice—both in public and in the privacy of your home when nobody is watching. As a parent, you need to teach your children what true character is by example. Actions DO speak louder then words!