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EquiArmor Breeding %?

Post by Danny Derby » 3 months ago

What's the actual percent chance that the mare will be protected with this?

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Danny Derby wrote:
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What's the actual percent chance that the mare will be protected with this?
More than 97%.
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Post by Carole Hanson » 3 months ago

What’s the % of getting a gallop piece with the training upgrade? And is the training barn upgraded in any other way or just for finding equipment?

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Carole Hanson wrote:
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What’s the % of getting a gallop piece with the training upgrade? And is the training barn upgraded in any other way or just for finding equipment?
For now it's just finding equipment a LOT faster. I'll say it's a 60% difference.
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Post by Carole Hanson » 3 months ago

Great thank you!

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Post by Pete Vella » 3 months ago

The Steward wrote:
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Danny Derby wrote:
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What's the actual percent chance that the mare will be protected with this?
More than 97%.
what is it without the equiarmor?
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Post by Jo Ferris » 3 months ago

Pete Vella wrote:
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The Steward wrote:
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Danny Derby wrote:
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What's the actual percent chance that the mare will be protected with this?
More than 97%.
what is it without the equiarmor?
I believe she's saying there's more than a 97% chance your mare will be protected where as without it there is 0% protection
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Post by Pete Vella » 3 months ago

Jo Ferris wrote:
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Pete Vella wrote:
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The Steward wrote:
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More than 97%.
what is it without the equiarmor?
I believe she's saying there's more than a 97% chance your mare will be protected where as without it there is 0% protection
It's not though because i have many 12yo and older horses that don't pension.
There had to have been a % before this change otherwise they would all pension at 12.
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Post by Dan Kauffman » 3 months ago

I think it's a 97% _additional_ chance they won't croak. But I don't know that for sure.
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Post by Ronnie Dee » 3 months ago

The Steward wrote:
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Carole Hanson wrote:
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What’s the % of getting a gallop piece with the training upgrade? And is the training barn upgraded in any other way or just for finding equipment?
For now it's just finding equipment a LOT faster. I'll say it's a 60% difference.
Long ago, there was a discussion on what the probability of getting the 2nd piece of equipment from a gallop given it would be revealed by a gallop (rather than the vet). I think the consensus was somewhere around .10 to .12 from a single gallop. 60% more would be around .16 to .20 from a single gallop. Below are the associated probabilities for the equipment being revealed from 10 gallops.

.10 .651
.12 .721
.16 .825
.20 .893

On the other hand, "difference" is a very ambiguous term. So I did something similar with .60 and.70 from a single gallop. The [#] does the same sort of calculations from only 4 gallops.

.60 .999+ [.974]
.70 .999+ [.992]

So the million dollar question is what does "difference" mean here.
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Post by Pete Vella » 3 months ago

Are we sure Equiarmor Training is working?
I paid my million and have an active membership, but def didn't hey anywhere close to 70% Gallop equipment.
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Post by Michael Looker » 3 months ago

Pete Vella wrote:
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Are we sure Equiarmor Training is working?
I paid my million and have an active membership, but def didn't hey anywhere close to 70% Gallop equipment.
I would expect roughly a third of the horses you galloped to have given up their gallop piece (based on ~85% of horses needing two pieces, 60% of those having a gallop piece as opposed to a vet piece, and 70% of those coughing up the piece). Did you get close to 33%?

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