Beautiful game and graphics. The best Nintendo DS horse game Iv'e ever played!
14 February 2013
Summary: I am 14 years old, and I have been playing Horse Life for 4 years. I bought Horse Life Adventures (Horse life 2)before this game, which is known as the original Horse Life made by D3 Publisher of America and Neko Entertainment. This game totally fits my criteria when picking out games for myself.
Summary: I love this game a lot. What I love the most about it, is that you can spend time with your horse and also you can ride your horse,groom,wash,and pick/clean your horses hooves. So, I give this game all 5 stars!
Summary: I got this game roughly 5 years ago, when I was around 11. I've always been a horse-lover, but have always had trouble finding fun horse-related games. I've tried a lot of the Let's Ride games, for various gaming systems, and they've been pretty hit-or-miss.
Summary: My mom got this ds game for me. I loved it. Stable You can groom your horse in the stable. You can curry, shampoo, or muck the stalls. I thought that all of them were fun and realistic. You can also look at your awards in the stable, change saddles, and change outfits.
Summary: I was not so sure if I would like this games at first, but now I love it.You can take care of your horses and train them and finally compete with them.When you get the game there is a mystery horse that you can unlock if you play enough ,but I will not say.The only bad thing about the mystery horse...
Summary: It was the first Ds game I bought. I really loved it. It looks like you are horse-riding for real. Besides the commands you have to give are very similar to real commands and the horse reaction are also very real. It's game that just makes sense. It's easy and fun.
This is BY FAR the BEST horse game for DS, hands down!
Ryan "The Messiah", Amazon
9 February 2009
Summary: At the start, you choose a breed, like in every other game. You teach the horse, and yourself, and as you get better, you advance. For jumping, you use the stylus to trace a pattern so the horse knows hor high and how far to jump. If traced well enough, the horse doesn't hit a pole.