Training Guide
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Training Guide

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The Training Life Skill is one of the more complicated life skills because there are many different components when it comes to horses. It has both AFK and active elements but requires a lot of time investment to really start seeing results. The training life skill also has a low silver per hour rate compared to other life skills and honestly I would not recommend investing in horse training if you are looking to make profit.

This guide will not be going over the basics and will be more advanced and specific for players who want to invest in the training life skill.

If you are looking for the basics, check these out first, because they will be referenced throughout this guide:

Increasing your Training Life Skill gives the following benefits:

  • Increases the amount of EXP your mount gains per tick
  • Increases your chance of success when capturing horses
  • Increases the chance of your mount gaining a new skill when they level
  • Increases the chance of your mount gaining a higher movement speed stat when they level
  • Extra profit when selling hores on the Horse Market or placing horses on the Breeding Market


Training Gear/Buffs

There are various buffs you should be using to level your horses faster.

Mastery clothing is currently not viable in it’s current state and is not worth investing in but if you have accessories from other life skills then you should use these for the extra bonuses when riding your horse.

The Riding Crop though is highly recommended. It is definately worth it to buy or make the Manos Riding Crop and to use it at all times just for the extra speed and auto running speed. However, you shouldn’t bother enhancing it because all that will do is increase your mastery points.

Silver Embroidered/Fine Horse Trainer’s clothes are almost identical. The Fine Horse version gives slightly more until you reach +5 and they are both the same.

Below is a full list of buffs, you should aim to use as many as possible:

Item Name Buff How to obtain
Clothing
icon Silver Embroidered Trainer’s Clothes
(up to +5)
Movement Speed +1 to +4
Mount EXP +5% to +40%
(depending on enhancement)
Costume Mill (Level 1)
Flax Fabric x9
Trace of Battle x10
Black Stone Powder x15
icon Fine Horse Trainer’s Clothes
(up to +5)
Movement Speed +1 to +4
Mount EXP +5% to +40%
(depending on enhancement)
Exchange one of these items:
Shiny Golden Seal – [Imperial Delivery] x400
Golden Seal – [Imperial Training] x5
Shiny Golden Seal – [Imperial Cuisine] x400
icon Venia Riding Attire Mount EXP +20% Pearl Store (F3) > Apparel > Costume
(2,200 pearls)
icon Trainer’s Clothes

(Requires Training Skilled Lv 10)

Training EXP +10%
Mount EXP +15%
Horse Capture Rate +15%
Mount Skill EXP +15%
Sold by Luxury Vendors

Can use a Equipment Tailoring Coupon
to turn into a costume if you don’t want to buy the Venia Riding Attire

icon Loggia Riding Crop Training Mastery +5
Max Mount Speed +20%
Max Auto-run Speed +50%
Sold by Stable Keepers
icon Izaro Riding Crop Training Mastery +4
Max Mount Speed +10%
Max Auto-run Speed +30%
Sold by Stable Keepers
icon Manos Riding Crop Training Mastery +5
Max Mount Speed +20%
Max Auto-run Speed +50%
Processing (L) > Manufacture
Manos Stone x5
Magical Shard x50
Supreme Hard Hide x15
Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1
Food/Elixirs
icon Whale Meat Salad Life EXP +10%
Max Energy +10
Cooking (Skilled Lv. 1)
Blue Whale Meat x1
Egg x3
Cabbage x6
Pepper x4
Dressing x2
icon Seafood Cron Meal Life EXP +10%
Life Skill Mastery +25
Processing window (L) > Simple Cooking
Balenos Meal x3,
Calpheon Meal x3,
Margoria Seafood Meal x1,
Ancient Cron Spice x1
icon Elixir of Training Horse EXP +8% Alchemy (Apprentice Lv. 1)
Legendary Beast’s Blood x1,
Silver Azalea x7,
Pine Sap x4,
Powder of Crevice x2
icon Elixir of Time Life EXP +10% Alchemy (Apprentice Lv. 1)
Wise Man’s Blood x1,
Fire Flake Flower x6,
Maple Sap x5,
Powder of Time x2
icon Verdure Draught Life EXP +20% Processing window (L) > Simple Alchemy
Worker’s Elixir x3,
Elixir of Swiftness x3,
Elixir of Time x3,
Tears of the Falling Moon x1
icon Perfume of Swiftness Life EXP +20% Alchemy (Skilled Lv. 1)
Blue Whale Oil x1
Powder of Time x4
Everlasting Herb x6
Purified Water x4
Clear Liquid Reagent x2
icon Celerity Draught Mount EXP +15%
Training EXP +20%
Sailing EXP +20%
Movement Speed +3
Processing window (L) > Simple Alchemy
Elixir of Wings x36,
Elixir of Time x36,
Elixir of Training x36,
Tears of the Falling Moon x10
Other Items
icon Extra Life EXP Scroll Life EXP +50% Pearl Store (F3) > Loyalties > 300 Loyalties
Pearl Store (F3) > Function > 50 Pearls
Can also be obtained through events
icon Secret Book of Old Moon Life EXP +50% Pearl Store (F3) > Travel Aid > 1,250 Pearls
icon GM Blessing Life EXP +10% Obtained through events
icon Dim Magical Crystal – Training Training EXP +3% Achievement Reward for reaching level 10
Achievement Reward for becoming Apprentice Trainer

Training Mastery

Training Mastery is currently not vialbe in it’s current state and not worth investing in. If you have the accessories from other life skills you can use those for the extra benefits.

The Riding Crop though is highly recommended. It is definately worth it to buy or make the Manos Riding Crop and to use it at all times just for the extra speed and auto running speed. However, you shouldn’t bother enhancing it because all that will do is increase your mastery points.

Training Mastery
Mastery breed % for higher tier horse exp % increase % to catch increase
0 0 0 0
50 1 2.72 1.54
100 1 3.13 1.85
150 1 3.57 2.19
200 1 4.04 2.56
250 2 4.54 2.96
300 2 5.06 3.39
350 2 5.62 3.84
400 2 6.2 4.33
450 3 6.81 4.84
500 3 7.45 5.38
550 3 8.12 5.95
600 3 8.82 6.55
650 4 9.55 7.18
700 4 10.3 7.84
750 4 11.09 8.53
800 4 11.9 9.24
850 5 12.74 9.99
900 5 13.62 10.76
950 5 14.52 11.56
1000 5 15.44 12.39
1050 6 16.4 13.25
1100 6 17.39 14.14
1150 6 18.4 15.05
1200 6 19.45 16
1250 7 20.52 16.97
1300 7 21.62 17.98
1350 7 22.75 19.01
1400 7 23.91 20.07
1450 8 25.1 21.16
1500 8 26.32 22.28
1550 8 27.56 23.43
1600 8 28.84 24.6
1650 9 30.14 25.81
1700 9 31.47 27.04
1750 9 32.83 28.3
1800 9 34.22 29.59
1850 10 35.64 30.91
1900 10 37.09 32.26
1950 10 38.56 33.64
2000 10 40 35

Leveling up Horses

Horses gain EXP every time the server updates and this is known as a “tick”. Mount EXP buffs increase the amount of EXP your horse will get each tick. The EXP gained is also calculated based on the amount of distance travelled, so the faster your horse is the more EXP it will gain per tick. You can increase the speed of your horse through horse gear and the riding crop.

Leveling a horse from 1 to 30 can take a really long time and you will be AFK and unable to do anything else for the whole duration. I recommend checking out Blisschen’s EXP Calculator to work out how long it will take you to level your horses

How to set up your Autopath Loop

You can set up an auto path route to level your horse while you are AFK and as long as you have enough carrots in your inventory you can be away from your computer for a long period of time. Your horse will follow the path from beginning to end and then start again in a loop.

  • Begin by opening your interactive world map (M)
  • Hold the “Alt” key and right-click the first point of the loop
  • Next, whilst still holding the “Alt” key, add other points to create a journey.
  • End the loop by placing your mouse over the starter position (where you are currently), the path should turn green and you can now press “Alt” and right-click to end the loop.
  • Close the map again by pressing “M” the hold “T” to auto-run.
  • Set it up so your horse automatically eats carrots when the horses endurance reaches zero. To do this, check the box under your horses health and endurance bars.

When setting up your auto path loop you need to make sure the horse can complete the whole route without getting blocked by anything and I recommend watching the route a couple of times before leaving. You should also make sure you do not go outside the safe zone at any point so that other players cannot kill you or knock you off your horse. Having an auto path route with a lot of turns will also slow your horse down and effect the EXP gain so you should consider all of these when choosing where to setup your auto path route. Popular routes include: Heidel, Duvencrune and Grana.

Once you’ve set up your path, close the game to tray (this does not exit the game fully). This is when the game runs as a background process but does not load your graphics card. It is useful if you like to have your power bills under control. You can do this by pressing [ESC] > “Disconnect” > “Minimize to Tray”.

Leveling with Horse Wagons

You can train multiple horses at once by using a wagon. All you need to do is connect the hores to the wagon and then set up your autopath route as normal.

The best wagon to use is a Merchant Wagon which can be crafted at a Wagon Workshop (Level 2).
The crafting materials required are: Wagon Horse x4, Acacia Plywood x12, Brass Ingot x12, Soft Hide x15 and Black Stone Powder x25. You can also use a +10 High-Quality Merchant Wagon Wheel to increase its movement speed

However there are some disadvantages to using a wagon:

  • Horses receive less EXP each – if you are looking to level one particular horse then it’s faster to do it solo
  • The buff from Riding Crops do not effect wagon movement speed
  • Wagons run out of durability and need to be replaced
  • If your horse has a costume on it then the set effect does not apply when horses are connected to a wagon. This is an important one because the costume gives increased chance of learning skills so you should not use a wagon with horses that are tier 7 or higher.

Horse Skills/Courser

When your horse levels up it has a random chance of learning a new skill. Certain skills can only be learned by certain tiers and horse coats.

If a horse learns certain skills they are known as a “courser” horse. This is indicated by a gold icon next to the horse details, normal horses are marked with a silver icon. Courser horses have a 20% increase when it comes to: breeding, breeding market price, horse market price, imperial delivery price. In addition, if you breed using two Courser horses, the offspring is guaranteed to be born with 2 skills (normal horses are born with 1). If you breed a Courser horse and normal horse, there is a 50/50 chance of the offspring being born with 1 or 2 skills.

A tier 8 courser horse is required to awaken into a Dream Horse (Tier 9). For more information about Dream Horses check out our guide.

Horse Tier Skills required
1 and 2 Charge
3 and 4 Charge, Drift
5 and 6 Charge, Drift, Sprint
7 Charge, Drift, Sprint, Instant Acceleration, Side Step
8 Charge, Drift, Sprint, Instant Acceleration, Side Step, S: Instant Acceleration, S: Side Step

To obtain a tier 8 courser horse, you will need to be very very lucky or use Mount Skill Change Coupons. Obtaining a tier 8 courser naturally is almost impossible.

Mount Skill Change coupons can only be bought from the Pearl Store (F3) > Mount > Misc. > 250 Pearls each.

To increase your chances of learning skills, you will also need a costume for your horse. These can be bought on the central market or the pearl store and you can use a mixture of any as long as you have the 4 set bonus.

Below are details of the most effective method to get the most skills possible:

  • Begin with a level 1 horse that is tier 8
  • Level the horse up to level 15
  • At this point you want to stop and check how many skills the horse has. The horse should have around 11 to 14 skills at this point. Ideally you want the horse to have learned either Hind Kick or Fore Chop. These are both common skills that have a high chance of being learned. If the horse has not learned at least 11 skills at this point then it is a “dumb” horse and you will need to start from scratch. It is not worth investing anymore time into this horse or investing mount change coupons. You can take the horse to an Imperial Delivery NPC and exchange it for Imperial Training Seals.
  • If the horse has a decent amount of skills then you should now go to the Stable Keeper and use a mount change coupon to change either Fore Chop or Hind Kick for S:Sideways. If you are extremely lucky and your horse has learned S:Sideways already then you can try to learn S: Instant Accell. The reason you want to try and swap to one of these is because they have the lowest chance of being learned naturally. 
  • Now you can continue to level your horse again. Each time your horse levels up, check if it has learned a new skill and keep swapping Fore Chop/Hind Kick for the better skills.
  • Once your horse is level 30 you should hopefully have around 17 or 18 skills. If your horse hasn’t learned all the courser skills then you will have to swap another skill. You should use skills with a low chance of being learned. If you try to swap Fore Chop/Hind Kick at this point then you will just go around in a loop.
  • I recommend checking out this Google Sheet which shows what skills can be learned by each horse and the % chance of learning them.

Horse Stats

When a horse levels up they gain a set amount of extra stats. There are 4 different stats:

  • Speed
    • Higher speed increases the horses speed while sprinting and autopathing. It also has an effect on the drift + instant accel combo
  • Accel
    • The accel stat increases the starting speed of your horse. Higher accel speed lowers the time between when you first start moving and when your horse starts to sprint. The stat is not really that important because you can use the Charge skill whilst standing still and then drift + instant accel straight afterwards.
  • Turn
    • Higher turn stat makes your turns sharper when you use A or D to turn
  • Brake
    • Higher Brake stat makes the drift animation shorter. The brake stat is the most important of all the stats due to this because it will increase your overall speed.
    • Unlike the other stats, brake is split into brackets and you will only see increased benefits when you hit the next braket.
    • The brackets are: 130.1 – 140, 140.1 – 150 and then 150.1 – 160 is the highest.

Horse stats are not “that” important at the end of the day but obviously having higher brake and speed is a bonus. I highly recommend checking out the BDO Horse Community Discord. They have a bot where you can enter your horse’s current stats and get an estimate of what stats they will have at level 30. They also have tons of other useful resources and the best horse trainers to get advice from.

Horse Gear

There are many different types of horse gear and if you are looking for cheap gear to put on your horse then the Storm set is best for you.

If you have a dream horse then you should really look to invest in the Granverre set or the Krogdalo set. The Granverre set is a blue grade set and has identical stats to the Krogdalo set, but the Krogdalo set also has a set bonus. That being said, it is much harder to obtain the crafting materials and costs a lot more. Both sets can only be crafted in Duvencrune or at Stonetail Horse Ranch, but you can also find them on the central market or exchange Golden Seal – [Imperial Training] x50 for a Granverre piece.

If you do choose to go for the Krogdalo set, then the wind set is by far the easiest of the three to make, but it is completely up to you which you want to go for because no set is considered better than the other.

Both sets can also be enhanced up to +10. The recommended failstacks are:

  • Use 6 – 8 failstacks for +1
  • Use 8 – 10 failstacks for +2
  • Use 10 – 13 failstacks for +3
  • Use 20 – 23 failstacks for +4
  • Use 23 – 25 failstacks for +5
  • Use 25 – 30 failstacks for +6
  • Use 30 – 40failstacks for +7
  • Use 60 – 80 failstacks for +8
  • Use 65+ failstacks for +9 (not recommended to bother)
  • Use 100+ failstacks for +10 (not recommended to bother)

Granverre and Krogdalo have the same effects so check the table below for Krogdalo effects as well (Krogdalo also has a set effect, this is listed lower down)

Item Name Effect How to obtain
Granverre Feather Champron
(up to +10)
Max HP +600 to +1500
Acceleration +3% to +8%

(depending on enhancement)

Horse Gear Workshop (Level 1)
Duvencrune 9-2 or Stonetail Horse Ranch 3 only
Supreme Lightweight Plume x10,
Supreme Hard Hide x10,
Golden Pearl x5,
Pure Forest Breath x10
Granverre Leather Saddle
(up to +10)
Max HP+600 to +1500
Max Stamina +2500 to +10k
Turn +3% to +8%

(depending on enhancement)

Horse Gear Workshop (Level 1)
Duvencrune 9-2 or Stonetail Horse Ranch 3 only
Supreme Soft Hide x10,
Supreme Tin Hide x10,
Golden Pearl x5,
Pure Forest Breath x10
Granverre Leather Stirrups
(up to +10)
Brake +3% to +8%

(depending on enhancement)

Horse Gear Workshop (Level 1)
Duvencrune 9-2 or Stonetail Horse Ranch 3 only
Supreme Tough Hide x10,
Pure Vanadium Crystal x10,
Glue x100,
Pure Forest Breath x10
Granverre Leather Barding
(up to +10)
Max HP+300 to +1200

(depending on enhancement)

Horse Gear Workshop (Level 1)
Duvencrune 9-2 or Stonetail Horse Ranch 3 only
Supreme Hard Hide x15,
Supreme Soft Hide x15,
Pure Iron Crystal x15,
Pure Forest Breath x10
Granverre Metal Horseshoe
(up to +10)
Movement Speed +3% to +8%
Turn +3%

(depending on enhancement)

Horse Gear Workshop (Level 1)
Duvencrune 9-2 or Stonetail Horse Ranch 3 only
Alluvial Gold x125,
Pure Titanium Crystal x10,
Glue x125,
Pure Forest Breath x10
Horse Gear Materials to craft
Krogdalo’s Champron – Earth Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Earth Spirit Stone Fragment  x200, Offin Tett’s Light Fragment x30, Golden Sun Coral x200
Krogdalo’s Barding – Earth Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x145, Earth Spirit Stone Fragment  x200, Offin Tett’s Light Fragment x30, Pure Vanadium Crystal x80
Krogdalo’s Saddle – Earth Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Earth Spirit Stone Fragment  x200, Offin Tett’s Light Fragment x30, Supreme Soft Hide x250
Krogdalo’s Stirrups – Earth Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x125, Earth Spirit Stone Fragment  x200, Offin Tett’s Light Fragment x30, Supreme Hard Hide x200
Krogdalo’s Horseshoe – Earth Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Earth Spirit Stone Fragment  x200, Offin Tett’s Light Fragment x30, Pure Mythril Crystal x90
Horse Gear Materials to craft
Krogdalo’s Champron – Sea Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Water Spirit Stone Fragment x200, Sycrid’s Song x1, Daybreak Blue Coral x200
Krogdalo’s Barding – Sea Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x145, Water Spirit Stone Fragment x200, Sycrid’s Song x1, Pure Titanium Crystal x80
Krogdalo’s Saddle – Sea Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Water Spirit Stone Fragment x200, Sycrid’s Song x1, Supreme Soft Hide x250
Krogdalo’s Stirrups – Sea Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x125, Water Spirit Stone Fragment x200, Sycrid’s Song x1, Supreme Hard Hide x200
Krogdalo’s Horseshoe – Sea Krogdalo’s Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Water Spirit Stone Fragment x200, Sycrid’s Song x1, Pure Mythril Crystal x90
Horse Gear Materials to craft
Krogdalo’s Champron – Wind Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Wind Spirit Stone Fragment x200,  Karanda’s Latent Aura x30, Prairie Green Coral x200
Krogdalo’s Barding – Wind Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x145, Wind Spirit Stone Fragment x200,  Karanda’s Latent Aura x30, Pure Noc Crystal x80
Krogdalo’s Saddle – Wind Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Wind Spirit Stone Fragment x200,  Karanda’s Latent Aura x30, Supreme Soft Hide x250
Krogdalo’s Stirrups – Wind Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x125, Wind Spirit Stone Fragment x200,  Karanda’s Latent Aura x30, Supreme Hard Hide x200
Krogdalo’s Horseshoe – Wind Krogdalo’s  Origin Stone x1, Garmoth’s Scale x120, Wind Spirit Stone Fragment x200,  Karanda’s Latent Aura x30, Pure Mythril Crystal x90
Horse Gear Sets
Krogdalo’s Horse Gear – Earth
3 Set Bonus (Earth Charge) Charge AoE increase (15 > 25), Charge Damage x1.5
3 Set Bonus (Earth Charge) Enemies within 3.5m Knock Down (60%), Front Kick Damage x1.5
5 Set Bonus (Earth Charge) Friendly Target’s and Self (maximum of 10 targets) within 10m DP +3 for 10 minutes, Evasion +3
Krogdalo’s Horse Gear – Sea
3 Set Bonus (Sea Charge) Charge Speed increase (1500 > 2000), Charge Damage x1.5
4 Set Bonus (Sea Charge) Knock Back on Enemies within 3.5m (70%), Front Kick Damage x1.5
5 Set Bonus (Sea Charge) Friendly Target and Self (maximum of 10 targets) within 10m AP +5 for 10 minutes
Krogdalo’s Horse Gear – Wind
3 Set Bonus (Wind Charge) Movement Speed -20%, Charge Damage x1.5
4 Set Bonus (Wind Charge) Enemies within 3.5m Attack/Casting Speed -20%
5 Set Bonus (Wind Charge) Friendly Targets and Self (maximum of 10 targets) within 10m DP +3 for 10 minutes, Evasion +3

Powerleveling Training

You get training EXP every time you level a horse or tame a wild horse.

The fastest way to powerlevel  your training is to go and catch wild horses that spawn around Trent or Duvencrune. These spots are very close to Stable Keepers and most convenient.

Check out our map for all the horse spawn locations. You can also check out our Horse Taming guide for details

It doesn’t matter what tier the horse is, you always get around the same EXP for every horse you tame. Once you’ve captured all the horses, change channel and repeat.

Use as many of the life skill EXP buffs as possible

Imperial Delivery and making money

Training is really not a high profit life skill. The only real profit comes from making Tier 8 coursers which is very RNG heavy and requires both time and real cash investment.

You can still trade “dumb” horses to an Imperial Delivery NPC for extra silver though. Or you can put 4 horses on a wagon and level them to level 15 to trade for seals. Although there are much better ways to make higher silver per hour, it is not a bad way to make some extra silver overnight.

The horse needs to be at least level 15 to exchange. You will obtain a certain amount of Golden Seal – [Imperial Training] based on the tier of the horse. If your horse is tier 6, you will get 6 seals. Higher level horses does not effect the amount of seals you can obtain.

Golden Seal – [Imperial Training] can be exchanged for the following items:

  • Exchange 1: Swaying Wind Shard x1
  • Exchange 1: Rumbling Earth Shard x1
  • Exchange 1: Fighting Spirit Horse Gear box x1
  • Exchange 2: Storm Horse Gear Box x1
  • Exchange 5: Fine Horse Trainer’s Clothes x1
  • Exchange 12: Black Essence: Viper x1
  • Exchange 50: Granverre Horse Gear x1 (choose which you would like)
  • Exchange 100: Manos Trainer’s Clothes x1
  • Exchange 100: Manos Riding Crop x1

The best items to get are either the Black Essence: Viper, which is used to make Black Magic Crystal – Viper, or the Manos Riding Crop. Both can be sold for profit. The Courser Training Reward box can also be good to go for if you are training horses to make a dream horse. The box gives a random material that is used for courser training to awaken your dream horse.

FAQ

How do I get a fast horse?

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You need two skills on your horse:

  • Drift
  • Instant Accel

First you will want to set a keybind for Evasions (WW) in your Settings > Action Hotkeys. Setting a hotkey to this makes it much easier to use the drift combo because you don’t have to press [W] after drifting and is less key inputs.

Now you can hold the button you assigned, and then drift by pressing [A/D] + [S] and press [F] to cancel the drift and get a burst of speed. Wait a until the horse slows down again to use the combo and repeat.

You can also use the combo without changing your keybinds but this involves pressing [A/D] + [S] and then [W] + [F] together, which means your middle finger has to move between [W] and [S] each time, so it’s good to get into the habit of using the keybind method instead.

This combo can be used to make your horse much faster. You can also use the Charge skill [Q] whilst stationary and then go straight into drift + instant accel.

Does Sprint make the Drift + Instant Accel combo faster?

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Nope! This was tested and Sprint does not make the combo faster.

Should I invest in Training Mastery?

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Training Mastery is not worth investing into in it’s current state. The pieces simply cost way too much for very little gain. If you have mastery accessories from other life skills then you should use these when horse riding for the extra benefits, but if you ONLY do Training and don’t do any other life skills, then the accessories are not worth it.

The Riding Crop though is highly recommended. It is definately worth it to buy or make the Manos Riding Crop and to use it at all times just for the extra speed and auto running speed. However, you shouldn’t bother enhancing it because all that will do is increase your mastery points.

How much silver can I make from Training?

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Training is really not that great for making profit and has a very low silver per hour compared to other life skills. It is much better for you to invest in another life skill if you ONLY want profit.

Should I use a wagon to level my horses?

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It is better to level each horse solo unless you want to level 4 horses all at once. DO NOT use a wagon on horse which are tier 8 or 9. Horses can wear costumes and having a 4 set costume gives increased chance to learn skills, but this is not applied when leveling horses with a wagon.

How long does it take to level a horse?

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Check out Blisschen’s Horse EXP Calculator for an estimate of how long it will take

Should I brand my horse?

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Using a Horse Brand Spell Stone is not worth it. Use the skill change method explained in our guide (under the horse skill section).

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