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The rights given to you under these terms and conditions will end immediately without prior notice from if you fail to comply with any part of the terms or break the Rules.
If any portion of this Agreement is held invalid or inoperative, then so far as is reasonable and possible, consistent with the intent of this Agreement, the remainder of such provision and this Agreement shall be deemed valid and operative, and effect shall be given to the intent manifested by the portion held invalid or inoperative.
This Agreement and all matters or issues will be governed by the state of Virginia.
Members must feed, care for, and breed their own horses responsibly otherwise the animals die as they would in real life.
Members learn there are consequences for all of their actions.
In this way our game encourages horse rescue and rehabilitation of unwanted, neglected and abandoned horses.
If you have or run a horse rescue and you would like to be added to this list please contact us.
We encourage parents to go over basic internet safety with their children and explain the dangers of giving out personal information to strangers over the internet.
For more internet safety guidelines and how to talk to your children please visit A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety published by the FBI.
Additionally, White Oak Stables donates yearly to the Equine Rescue League, a local horse rescue.
Most of the members of White Oak Stables are children and teenagers, however as our website popularity grows so do the age ranges on the game.
V2 upgrades are available by yearly subscription or one time payments for specific features or credits. We have games, parties, contests, chat rooms, message boards, story archives, give out lots of free prizes every month, and more. Our focus is to educate as well as stress realistic equine care and management in hopes of stopping the abuse and slaughter of 40,000 to 80,000 equines a year.