Have you ever been cruising the wastelands on your horse with your pal(s) and then you die but can't be bothered to get back to the horse as it is too far or you can't find you way back? Have you ever lost a horse on one of the SMPs but have no idea where it could be? Have you ever wanted to know whether your horses in the wild/waste are soon to be derelict? If you said yes to any of those questions, you qualify for my suggestions. Well two suggestions, actually. I am suggesting to add a command that will list horse locations and a command that will allow you to give up ownership/untame a horse from any location on that SMP Command #1: /horselocation What /horselocation would do is provide a list of all the horses you have on the SMP, their stats/name, their location included with coordinates and the specific world it is in, and how long the horse has until it goes derelict/gets untamed automatically due to no activity in the area. Regarding the suggested derelict status, it would also be cool if it were color coated to represent how soon until the horse is untamed. Green = 15-10 days, Yellow = 9 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes-5 days, Red = 4 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes-UNTAMED Here's an example of what it could look like: (Hovering over the horse's information will show the location. Similar to how hovering over the /dlog will show you the reason you died) Showing page 1 of 1.You currently have 3 horses on this specific SMP1. Roger Strawback- Speed: 109.45% Jump: 56.78% HP: 12 Color: Red, Derelict in 8 days, 7 hours, 21 minutes2. ChickenRice- Speed: 62.62% Jump: 108.76% HP: 21 Color: Brown, Derelict in 14 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes3. krysyymane9191- Speed: 78.56% Jump: 68.65% HP: 23 Color: Black, Derelict in 0 days, 0 hours, 4 minutesNow that you know the reasoning for this suggestion and you know how it might look and work, lets try some realistic situations.Realistic Situation #1 You got your precious horse, Prince Gunther. Prince Gunther to you is priceless and you could never replace him due to the bond you two have created. One day you're wondering around the wastelands with your beloved Gunther when you see a nice village. You get off Gunther and go check out the village. After a few emeralds and serious thefts, you return to find that Gunther is no where to be seen! If only you had a command that could show where he hobbled off to Realistic Situation #2 You're out in the wild at an outpost (or your res). You're a bit unorganized and not the best with keeping track of everything while you work on your projects and you're always adding stuff or working on something. The farther you get into working on your outpost, the bigger everything gets and the harder it is to cover all the ground when looking for your horses. One day you decide it's time to bring all the horses back into a stable. You begin looking and you can't remember if you ever brought ChickenRice out or where to find krysyyman9191. Wait did you bring krysyymane9191 out or was that Roger Strawback. No no no, Roger is at another outpost, right? At this point you have a huge headache and you haven't even begun to search... Thankfully you have that new dandy command, /horselocation Realistic Situation #3 You're building a nice mall so you can began selling items and racking in the big ole roopes. You have this incredible design that uses stonebricks and glass. Sadly, you haven't collected enough glass to cover the project and you dont plan on spending your precious roopes. Looks like you're going to the desert to collect some sand, better bring your mule Roobert. You can dig some sand here and there but you cant stand to dig for more than 15 minutes at a time. You come and go and dig when you can but you always leave Roobert out in the desert when you aren't out there. One day you hop on in the mood to go to MM and get some purty ores but you remember you haven't been to Roobert for a while. You're really not in the mood to go out and see if he is derelict as you could just be wasting your time. If only there was a way you could see how long until good ole Roobert goes derelict, oh wait! /horselocationThis is it for /horselocation, now onto /releasehorse!