I'm in the process of starting a horse shop, and have asked many different people's advice on how to have a successful store and breed the best horses. On the first point, most were in agreement. But on how to breed the best horses, the advice has been all over the board. Some suggest egging after every breeding, some after a few breedings, some say never egg except to move or sell horses, and some say that I'd have better chances scouring the frontier for wild ones. I've even gotten advice that white horses will always be inherently faster, and my goal of fast non-white horses is a foolish one. Most just suggest breeding A LOT. So it's hard to separate fact from superstition. What have you found to work?