The lead rope function is a function that allows the player to lead their horse by its bridle. The function can be purchased from a Horse Trainer for 135 SC. The player must be at least level 10 and be a Star Rider.
Lead ropes have arrived in Star Stable for players over level 10 who are willing to spend 135 star coins to get this feature.
When leading a horse, make sure that you lead it from the left side, meaning that the horse in on your right hand side. Keep it relatively close to you and stay on the horse’s shoulder level. Never wrap the lead-rope around yor wrist or arm. Don’t let the horse run in front or behind you.
In Star Stable Online you’re able to earn XP both for your character and your horses. The current highest level for the player is 23 via normal gameplay (30 with mods) while the highest level for your horse is 15.
Most players start getting these quests around level 16. This area requires the highest reputation in order to enter.
– You can now buy your very own pet! To do this you must have access to Fort Pinta (Level 4). Talk to the girl outside the shop called Pet Shop Girls in Fort Pinta she will help you. Cute puppies are one of the pets that you find in the store Pet Shop Girls in Fort Pinta.
Marley’s Farm Marley’s Farm is a small farm located northwest of Silverglade Village. It’s owned by Marley. The Barrel Race and Marley’s Paddock Track are held here.
If your bucket is empty you can fill it up at a well. If you run out of hay to feed your horse, you can buy it from many of the stores around Jorvik. Under your horse’s name on the top left corner of the screen you can see an icon appear to tell you when you need to care of your horse.
To send your horse to Horse Island, click on the bulletin board in your home stable. You’ll see a button labeled “My horses” where you can choose which horse you want to send off to a nice vacation, and also what kind of vacation you want your horse to have!
Itching can be a legitimate reason for a horse wanting to rub on something, but that something shouldn’t be you. That doesn’t mean that you can’t help out your itchy horse, though. If you’ve just come in from a long, hot ride and your horse is sweaty under the bridle, rubbing is just a way to scratch her itchy head.
4- Many horses like to be rubbed on the neck, shoulder, hip, or on the chest. Some horses enjoy having their heads and ears rubbed. Horses often groom each other on the whither, so this would be a good place to try too.