The countdown continues until those NEW Crazy Fuzzys are let loose to take over the world.
We want YOU to name our 8 new crazy crackerjacks who will live in the official oYo Store and greet you every time you visit.
Come over to the store see what name you think suits them, drop a notecard in their box with the suggestion and your name and the winners will get a new pack of these crazy critters.
Contest open to everyone closes 29th January. So Hurry!


Our First RFL Auction of the Season (IW)

Our First RFL Auction of the season for oYo Breedables will be on Saturday at 6am IWT at M&K. Its an early one so set those alarm clocks and join us bright and early, we will provide the tea and coffee and maybe the odd pastry!
If you have any bundles you’d like to contribute for Saturday please just drop Kels Foxclaw a line.
Hope to see you then!
Go Team oYo!

RFL Team Meeting (Inworldz)

Dear All,
As you may know RFL season is upon us and oYo is a huge supporter of this wonderful cause.
oYo has its own team raising money for RFL and we are holding a meeting tomorrow, 10th August at 2am IWT to discuss any ideas and plan some events.
If you are interested in helping with any of these events please pop along, or if you cant make it please drop me a line IW and we can discuss it more.
Many Thanks
Team oYo

Racing Results

All races were held on Sunday 3rd July at 11am IWT.
The results were as follows:
Grade E
1st Place Katia Tyrell on Yola time 1.40
2nd Place Mandy Bluestar on BlkWarrior time 1.43
3rd Place Luna Stormfeather on Raphael time 1.48
Grade D
1st Place Mandy Bluestar on BackInBlack time 1.30
2nd Place Luna Stormfeather on October time 2.01
3rd Place Katia Tyrell on Albino time 2.51
Grade C
1st Place Mandy Bluestar on PinkRain time 1.25
2nd Place Katia Tyrell on G6 time 1.41
Non-runner Luna Stormfeather with Foresight
Grade B
1st Place Mandy Bluestar on SilverBullet time 1.30
2nd Place Luna Stormfeather on Forrest time 2.37
Horse pulled up lame Katia Tyrell on Dotty
Grade A
1st Place Mandy Bluestar on Wind time 2.24
2nd Place Luna Stormfeather on Lost Opal time 2.53
Horse pulled up lame Katia Tyrell on Skydust

Off to the races

Racing was off to a flying start today with oYos IW first official racing as part of the racing league. We saw racing for Grades A-E and had alot of fun for those watching and those racing. The winners are all displayed below and the racing league table can be found at the foot of the racing page, but at the moment Mandy Bluestar is looking favorite.
If you think you would like to have a go at racing there will be another racing class before Julys racing. Dates will be announced shortly.

oYo Racing

You can now register for oYos first official racing. First races tomorrow (sunday) at 11am IWT
Simply drop in a NC with your Name, horse name and horse speed to the mailbox at the reception area.
Grade E – Speed 0-20
Grade D – Speed 21-40
Grade C – Speed 41-60
Grade B – Speed 61-80
Grade A – speed 81-100
Prizes plus izzies and trophies to be won.
Enter one horse per Grade. Auction&Events/78/204/22

.:oYo:. Racing InWorldz

.:oYo:. Racing InWorldz

Flat Horse Racing

oYo will hold official racing for each grade of horses once a month. The racing calendar is displayed below with dates added for every month.

The racing will be made up of a 6 monthly racing league with an overall cash prize for the winner plus runners up AND every race will be awarded with a small cash prize and an oYo prize plus trophies.

Horse Grades:

There are 5 different Grades of Horses which depends on their training.

Grade E – Horses with training points of 0 – 20

Grade D – Horses with training points of 21-40

Grade C – Horses with training points of 41-60

Grade B – Horses with training points of 61-80

Grade A – Horses with training points of 81-100

A jockey may enter a horse in each grade. One only per avatar.

All horses will be checked before being allowed to race. You will be disqualified if you try and swap your horse after its been checked for that race. A horse can be entered at any point in its training as long as it falls under the correct bracket. For example a horse with a training point of 55 would fall under a Grade C race.

Registering for racing:

Jockeys are required to register for racing by simply dropping a notecard into the mailbox located at the oYo reception area for the grade race they wish to enter.

The notecard should state the jockeys name, the name of the horse plus the horses speed. You should make sure you put the notecard in the correct mailbox, above each mailbox it will state which grade of racing that is for. All jockeys should be registered for the race 2 hours before the race time. If you are not registered you will not be permitted to race.

How the racing works:

Jockeys will be required to rezz their horse at the starting gates behind the line for inspection BEFORE they mount their horses 5 minutes before the race time.

The race official will then instruct all jockeys to mount their horses once he/she is happy with the inspection. To mount a horse simply right click and select ‘ride’ from the options.

Once the race official is happy that everyone is on their horse the jockeys will be instructed to put their horses into ‘race mode’. To do this press the page down button.

The official will ask everyone to confirm they are in race mode before the race can start.

The official will count down and everyone must be able to hear so they can know when to start racing.

The official will tell you how many laps you must complete for each race.

While racing it is likely that from time to time you will collide with another jockey. If you as deemed to deliberately bump or push another rider you may be disqualified. The racing is open to everyone to enter.

The race official will announce the winners once everyone has crossed the finishing line. This is based on peoples times in completing the race as times are recorded from crossing the start line to crossing the finishing line.

Racing awards:

1st Place – Trophy, 500 izzies and a race pack

2nd Place – Trophy 350 izzies and a race pack

3rd Place – Trophy 150 izzies and a race pack.

(a race pack contains a food, 2 salt, 5 sugar and 2 carrots).

The adjudicators decision is final.

These are for every Grade race for every month.

How the racing League works:

The league will run from June 2016 to November 2016 and then December 2016 to May 2017, every 6 months.

Points are awarded as follows:

1 point for entering a race.

3 points for finishing 3rd.

4 points for finishing 2nd.

5 points for finishing 1st.

The overall winner from each Grade will take 1000 izzies plus a trophy, plus a Horse pack, 10 pack Food and 10 Pack Salt. The second and third places will take a trophy plus horse packs.

There will then be an overall league winner with this person taking 5000 izzies, plus a mega horse horse pack, plus food, salt, sugar and carrots.

The league second place and third place will be awarded with a mega horse pack and sugar and carrots.

The points are added up as a running total and the winner announced at the end of each race season.

The league will be updated at the end of every race period as soon as possible and in any event within 5 days of the race.


Racing Calendar

Junes Races

Grade E – Sunday 3rd July 11am IWT

Grade D – Sunday 3rd July 11.20am IWT

Grade C – Sunday 3rd July 11.40 am IWT

Grade B – Sunday 3rd July 12pm IWT

Grade A – Sunday 3rd July 12.20pm IWT


After loosing some of our dear friends and fellow breeders earlier this year we planned an RFL oYo Off-Season Week to help raise much needed funds towards a very special cause and one close to so many of us with those we have lost always at the front of our minds.
We held 3 parties during the week. We kicked off the week on Monday with an Opening Party and a best in 90s themed event. People really embraced the theme and we saw some awesome neon outfits on show as we boogied away for 2 hours with Luna Stormfeather taking home a mega horse pack for being the best dressed and we raised 5k to start us off.
We also had a mid week party at Club Twinkle where we raised over 11k and danced to some of the best party hits on the planet on Wednesday with DJ Kels. Once again instead of the clubs usual cash prize for the contest board that money went to RFL and instead oYo donated a Mega Horse Pack to the winner, DJ Niteshade.
The bidboards were also in full swing at M&K Stables all week long changing every 24 hours and that was a great success making over 28k for the week. The bidbarn was very busy at times as everyone turned up to not only show their support but to bid on the amazing animals people had been donating.
During the week we held 3 Special RFL Auctions during which 100% went to RFL. We started with a Special All Wildz auction on Tuesday with Martin Glom heading up the auction which included 3 new sabers that are not released until 17th June. Those sabers caught everyones eye and the bidding on those was fierce with our top stall being sold for 15k which took our total over 55k for that auction alone.
Then on Thursday Martin was back at the helm with an All oYo auction, once again we had more new sabers up for grabs with our top stall going for 16k and helping us beat Tuesdays auction as our total stood at 61k.
There was huge excitement in the air for Sundays Auction as we had the final 2 sabers AND 2 VERY SPECIAL UNIQUE horses especially for this event. Along with another 16 stalls of wonderful donations this auction was truly magical. We smashed both the previous auctions out of the water in fact we took more than both of those combined with a total of 150k, our special horses being a huge attraction and the bids were flying in with one going for 41k alone.
To unwind after all that excitement we held our closing party with DJ Matt and dug out our bikinis and board shorts for a Summer party and some much needed sunny summer tunes where our final total for the week was revealed which stood at an almighty and impressive 320,074 izzies.
oYo cannot thank all of those who donated animals, bundles, izzies or their time for this weeks amazing event enough. The overall total for the week just highlights what we can do as a community and that we have the best community in any virtual world. The most important thing is that we have really been able to dig deep and come together to raise money for such a worth while cause and one we all hold so dear.
We look forward to the RFLIW season which starts in a few months where we will do it all over again.


Dear Breeders,
It is with a huge smile on my face and a warmth in my heart that I can confirm the total izzies raised by the oYo community during our off season week was…….
******* 320,074 izzies **********
Id like to thank everyone who donated both animals, izzies and their time to make this a huge success and raise such a huge amount for this special cause.
You guys are THE best community in any world or grid.
Much Love to you All.