Circle F Farms for Sims3
Services We Offer
- KY Spotted Mountain Horse registry
- Cream and Pearl Horse Society
- Genetics Evaluation + Consultation
- Breeding (Custom foals from CF stock)
- Custom Photography
SITE UNDER REDESIGN
Welcome to Circle F Farms!
This site is for showcasing the horses developed through Sims3. Our version is on PC and includes five EPs.
Some photos also include CC, the majority of which is thanks to the wonderful people at Equus-Sims and their associate stables.
Stable updates can now be found on our Blog. - NEW Sep 2013
KSMH BE ADVISED: The Books are in the process of being updated to reflect the published research regarding the DMRT3 gene mutation. If your horse's book is changed you will be notified. In case we can not locate a valid farm email for the current owner all changes will also be posted on our stable blog and in the CPHS/KSMH FB group.
Update: The Revision is complete. Changelog is posted at the Blog, the CPHS/KSMH FB group, and the SIMply Equine FB page (and soon to the Sims 3 Pets group).
The revised Main book is Live. ApKMH will be up soon - 11 Feb 2015
Circle F Farms is the stable run by Tina and Keith Willis at their homestead 1004 Pomona Promenade, Appaloosa Plains. Within walking distance of the Equestrian Center (and a short ride of everything else) CF is perfectly situated for breeding, training, and showing quality stock.
Circle F Farms is the host farm for the Kentucky Spotted Mountain Horse registry. The KSMH currently accepts submissions through FaceBook and farm email, and will eventually be hosting shows through the FaceBook page. KSMH does not require an email to be submitted nor a website to be developed,
though both add greatly to the Sims3 Equestrian Community aspect.
**KSMH By-laws have been Updated. If you have a KSMH-registered horse please be sure to update their pages to reflect the changes**
Circle F is also home to the Cream and Pearl Horse Society (CPHS). This registry will be dedicated to the education about and preservation of horses bearing a mutation on the gene commonly referred to as "the Cream Locus". All horses with a confirmed Cream and/or Pearl mutation are eligible for entry regardless of breed*.
Circle F is a Founding Member of the community at SIMply Equine and Officially Registered to the community at SIMquestrians.
Horses of all Communities are welcome to Register with us.
From humble beginnings: the first farm at 1004 Pomona Promenade
Please pardon our dust while our stable undergoes some growing pains.
Site last updated 11 Feb 2015
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