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sadly despite warning it DID happen that a user tried to sell Obertaurers for points, with Obertaurer owners bidding.
This group really does not have many rules but if even the ones that are there aren't taken seriously,
what on earth can one do?

The journal to inform about WHY there aren't Obertaurers sold for points: obertaurer.deviantart.com/jour…

Sorrel-Feather has no more license to breed Obertaurers.
Also in order to prevent having my designs sold behind my back i take the liberty to reclaim these horses:

SFS Red Hot Rage by Sorrel-Feather & SFS Terabithian Memories by Sorrel-Feather & Obertaurer Imports 2013- Roan by abosz007

They are now back at RPS and will be able to be purchased for art during the import-season.



:snowflake::snowflake::snowflake:Please dear owners and breeders:snowflake::snowflake::snowflake:

Respect a breed's standards, creators from every dA-breed put a lot of effort into their horses, breed sheets and designs,
No matter what their aim with the breed is. When you agree to purchase an original breed you also agree to the
terms they go with ... :' )
This shouldn't mean stress and shouldn't cause you complications, but whats the point to even go for one,
if you have no idea about their purpose?
I've lately seen a few lads complaining about breed standards, but honestly, most of those complains sound
like people are simply having a problem with not being the boss of the breed XD
This must be the reason which led to have very very similar breeds around the equine corner, to
create a horse that can do all the things one liked in a breed just strike out the dislikes of a standard and be the owner
of the breed instead.
All i can ask for is that everybody should calm down and be responsible and respectful.
Respect each others breeds and the terms they come with, and be a responsible owner.
Everybody says hey its just pixels XDD YEAH they are, so if one cant take responsibility over some pixels,
what about anything alive ?!
:giggle:



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:new: AHOY.

Just letting members know that in future :iconsamurai-same:samuRAI-same is the shiny new
Quartermaster aboard x) Better take her seriously she can make people walk the plank too ID

So mates, please respond to her advices/suggestions just as nicely and cooperatively like you do when the creator says so :)
I am really happy this group is still such a peaceful yet active place where things happen in a nice and slow
pace like in the beginning ^^

MUCH LOVE AND RESPECT TO ALL
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Seems like we got a Problem.

Circumstances made it needed to remind people of a few STANDARDS of the Breed!


It is no joke to have rare/untypical colors of the breed!
DO NOT ask for pure Obertaurers to be Dominant white - because there are none!

DO NOT hope that you create a fancy (much diluted) Admiralskaya because they will be categorized as Obertaurers
not any rare Admiralskaya. THEIR SOLID COLORED.
-please read current lectures if you dont know what this means-

DO NOT create dark solid colored Obertaurers because their untypical. MOST of the times
Obertaurers have modifying genes aka Dun, Cream, Roan, Silver, Sabino, Tobiano, Overo, Champagne, flaxen, pangare, Conversation, Snowflake.
IF YOU focus on finding often two solid Obertaurer parents to breed "rare Obertaurers"(untypical) the stable WILL LOSE ITS BREEDING LICENSE.
these people are harming Obertaurers breed standards by throwing over board their typical traits and focus on untypical breeding.

if you are not okay with an Obertaurers standard looks and feel like doing things on the contrary, there sure are breeds out there
which have those colors as common.

As reminder: its still a hazard to own Black Obertaurers because they tend to get misteriously stolen.

Happy Breeding! :heart:
-Lyo







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Ahoy ya Obertaurer Owners!

There had been some reasons why it began to be necessary for this Group to be more sorted.
The growing amount of Obertaurers at HARPG is a sign, a good sign that this breed
fulfills it's job as many-faced warmblood and companion of Riders, and
a good reason to start make it easier to keep track with these Horses.

Due to breed-mistakes, unregistered horses, uncontrolled breedings this became really hard.
We hope its not too much asked for ,of all Obertaurer Owners, to Register their Horses from now on.

Before the Official Obertaurer Hunt would begin, we'd like to sort these things out first.


:bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue:So What's New?::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue:


:bulletblue: Obertaurers (Their Official Reference Sheet) HAVE to show up the Group Icon on their page,
If you find a Horse who is written as Obertaurer, and there is no Group Icon Below, IT IS NOT A REGISTERED OBERTAURER!

(Everyone could say they own an Obertaurer but without papers they don't really have a PROOF their horse is one)

:bulletblue: Your Horse has NO BREEDING LICENSE if it is not registered. There is no Limit for what you are using your Horses,
Eventing, Dressage, Haute Ecole, Western, Stunts, Broodmare, Stud, Companion Horse, Babysitter, Beer Dealer, Blindhorse
But it has to be Registered with this Group.

(If you booked a Breeding with an Unregistered Obertaurer, it wont be accepted by this Group )

:bulletblue: Black Obertaurer Owners Attention: There is not much known about this case, but Black Obertaurers
seem to be getting stolen frequently. Make sure you take care of your horse we will try to find out more about this problem.





:bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue:What do owners have to do?::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue::bulletwhite::bulletblue:

simple.
step by step:

:bulletred: Make Sure you submit your Horse's reference to the Group

:bulletred: Send a Note to the OBERTAURER GROUP with THESE INFOS:

NAME: (+ Reference, there shouldn't be Double Names in future, anyways not possible with HARPG Registered Horses)
TYPE: (Pure, AMI, ÖSI, HUN, OTXObertaurer+Warmblood, SporthorseObertaurer+TB, Crossbreed/halfbloodObertaurer+any other breed )
GENDER (remember there are NO geldings xD)
COLOR: (+ Genetics. You always get genetics with your horse its never unknown, if it is, ask RPS about a test)
DISCIPLINE: (Any Discipline)
BLOODLINE: (there are NO Starter Obertaurers, except the HUNTED ones, prove a Bloodline, or your Request Letter for the Hunt)

:bulletred: There will be a List in Future, where Breeders can easily scroll around on the Page
if they are Looking for the perfect match.
It will be easier to find the right gender, type, Discipline, color and even take a look if your horse has similar bloodlines.

:bulletred: Anytime a New Obertaurer Foal is born at your stables it needs to be registered,
but you can also wait until your youngsters are grown up and send the note as a batch of the horses for getting the breeding license.

:bulletred: There is no maximum amount of Obertaurers you are allowed to own, but make sure they don't get neglected and respect descisions if the Group is the opinion you have way to many horses and take the breeding license
(MEANS if your mare has like 30 foals thats not really the point of having an Obertaurer)





This Breed is very important to Royale Pirate Stables and their Founder-Stable, The Black Knights Camp.
Respect your Horses and enjoy their company.
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swagstag Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How on earth do you manage to get one?
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abosz007 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
breeding is the easiest xD other than that imports in winter ^^
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swagstag Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll have to wait till winter, I think I still have a winter import I never used though...
Oops yeah found it from my DDP account <3 DO you mind if I still register him? Last Arrivals by abosz007
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abosz007 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
go ahead i dont think he ever had been rehomed xD
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:iconhellbenderuchihababy:
weird question I know, lol, but how did you make your breed popular pretty quickly? o.o because I have a breed thats just now getting up and on its feet :/ and it feels like its taking FOREVER to get it to be at least known a little bit Dx 
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abosz007 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
You dont make anything popular pretty quickly ^^" its a lot of time and effort one gotta put into them, lots of showing your own breed around dA events to make them prove what they promise and let them have a very own history to be unmistakable. Just patience with that. 
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:iconhellbenderuchihababy:
alright :) thank you very much, speaking of which I like your breed a lot can you affiliate with me? if you do affiliate
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King-Simon Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014
I am either blind or stupid but i can't find it anywhere so i'll ask; do you have to be a part of the HARPG group itself to own an obertaurer? I remember looking into it a few years ago and i think you hadto be back then..? Just want to make sure :aww: 
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MoonyArsaraidh Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Small question...for the journey to Obertauern...do the horses have to be alone there or can they also be under saddle?
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abosz007 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
anything xDD
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