Colors

Blue “Neptune” — these horses are strong but calm, with a patient temperament. They are well-balanced, highly intelligent, gentle, docile, and eager to please.

Brown “Earth” — these horses love to run and possess great stamina and a desire to please their riders. They are sensitive to the handlers mood and are gentle, fast-learners and hard-working. Despite being easy-going and curious, they can be easily spooked.

Green “Wild” — these tough, independent, hardy, sure-footed racehorses take a little more time to learn. They are emotionally perceptive and tends to overreact when something upsets or frightens them. Their brave and gritty nature makes them great over long distances.

Greyscale “Moon” — an intelligent and hard-working disposition, makes the compact versatile horses popular. A perfect balance between an attentive disposition and a healthy level of spirit.

Red/Orange “Fiery” — this spirited, bold, and quick learning horse, possesses agility and speed from its thin-skinned, slim, and long-legged physique.

Tan/Yellow “Classic” — this racehorse is quiet, conscientious and level-headed. Its passion and courage, together with its consistent energy levels, makes it perfect as a stayer.

Purple/Pink “Mystical” — this spirited horse is highly intelligent and reads race situations well. It is energetic, versatile, and is suitable for races of all conditions.

Note: Coat colour rarity is defined as the intended number of Nakamoto Z1 Genesis racehorses which have that particular Coat Colour.

Therefore, the three different Breeding Pairs (bp) can be represented in the following equations:

  1. S = D Exact Colour
  2. S ≠ D Exact Colour but S = D Colour Group
  3. S ≠ D Exact Colour and S≠ D Colour Group

Note: Where Dam (Mother) and Sire (Father) are different coats, a general rule that the Sire’s influence is approximately 65% whilst the Dam’s influence on the outcome of the foal is approximately 35%, is applied.

1. Dam and Sire have an identical Coat Colour (S = D Exact Colour)

Where the Dam and Sire have an identical Coat Colour. This means the Dam and Sire colour comes from the same Colour Group and the same Colour Box. Therefore, the following breeding outcome of the offsprings Coat Colour will be applied at random:

  • 40% chance: identical Coat Colour as parents
  • 25% chance: identical Colour Box as parents
  • 15% chance: any adjacent Colour Box as parents
  • 15% chance: less rare Coat Colour in same Colour Group to parents
  • 4% chance: any Coat Colour below parents Colour Box (if any)
  • 1% chance: any Coat Colour in the same Colour Group above the parents Colour Box (if any)

2. Dam and Sire do not have an identical Coat Colour but are in the same Colour Group (S ≠ D Exact Colour but S = D Colour Group)

Where the Dam and Sire do not have an identical Coat Colour but the Coat Colours are in the same Colour Group, the following breeding outcome of the offsprings Coat Colour will be applied at random:

  • 30% chance: same Coat Colour as Sire (Father)
  • 15% chance: same Coat Colour as Dam (Mother)
  • 13% chance: any Coat Colour from the same Colour Box as Sire (Father)
  • 7% chance: any Coat Colour from the same Colour Box as Dam (Mother)
  • 15% chance: any adjacent Colour Box
  • 19% chance: any other Coat Colour below the parents more common Colour Box (if any)
  • 1% chance: any Coat Colour in the same Colour Group above the parents Colour Box (if any)

3. Dam and Sire do not have an identical Coat Colour and are not in the same Colour Group (S ≠ D Exact Colour and S≠ D Colour Group)

Where the Dam and Sire do not have an identical Coat Colour and their coat colours are not in the same Colour Group (and therefore also not in the same Colour Box), the following breeding outcomes of the foals Coat Colour will be applied at random.

  • 40% chance: { [Dam Coat Colour Rarity x 0.35] + [Sire Coat Colour Rarity x 0.65] } and randomly select any Coat Colour, from that Rarity Tier (figures are always rounded up)
  • 30% chance: same Colour Box as Sire (Father)
  • 20% chance: same Colour Box as Dam (Mother)
  • 6.5% chance: same colour as Sire (Father)
  • 3.5% chance: same colour as Dam (Mother)

Breeding Rarity (br), factors in the difficulty in breeding rare Coat Colours. Breeding Rarity is always factored in after the Breeding Pair (bp) equation has been applied. Rarity (r) represents the number next to each coat colour in the Colour Pyramid.

br = [r³] / 1000