Like any good Wild West game, has a lot of horses. These are sure-footed horses, making them excellent for traversing distances. They are available in the wild and come in two coats: Blond Chestnut and Mealy Chestnut. There are three coat types in total, each with their own unique statistics: White, Black, and Rose Grey Bay. There's not exactly a shortage of horses to track down and tame in Red Dead Redemption 2, but it's safe to say that some of those nags are a little better to own than others when it comes to looks, handling and survivability.
The Flaxen Chestnut and Piebald Tobiano coats live in the wild, but the Dapple Dark Grey coat is available for purchase in stables. Horses are an essential part of your day-to-day life in Red Dead Redemption 2, acting not only as your primary means of getting around, but also as a kind of extension of yourself, with your mount carrying its own statistics, conditions and tack that need to be maintained and optimised as you go. You can use Horse Stimulants while riding by choosing it from your horse item wheel. They have beautiful thick manes with tall, muscular bodies. As mentioned before, horses are your most valuable asset in the game that require special tasks to keep them at their best for you.
And if you have made a habit out of being dastardly, you may want to look into race horses for quick getaways. Instead, you have to take it to a stable to make it your own. You can check their stats, swap out your main horse — i. Grooming it keeps it clean and increases Bonding Level. These horses have a large sturdy body, too, making them perfect for going to battle. Its compact frame makes it extra sturdy, as well as extremely powerful. But which horse is the best? These horses have excellent health, stamina, and speed, meaning that they can handle long distances efficiently, as well as some work, such as pulling carriages.
Keep in mind, your horse cannot be called if the distance is too far. They are, however, one of the fastest breeds of horses in Red Dead Redemption 2. Next we will show you how you can bond with your horse to increase its strengths and have a better connection with you. They are powerful horses, with great stamina, but they also have good speed and a lively trot that will help Arthur travel further, faster. Just go with whatever available horse has the best stats overall. Of course, it will be difficult to get an Elite horse from the beginning of the game. So, essentially, you have to keep checking back.
And there you have our top five best horses in Red Dead Redemption 2. First, it's not available to buy. Get Money, Gold Bars Treasure Hunt! When you start , you're given a horse. The next step up from a draft horse is the War Horse. You can buy horses at stables introduced to you as part of the mission early in Chapter 2 which are in all of the game's major towns and easily found on your map.
These horses are expensive, but they also have stats that make the money and effort of re-bonding with them worth it. That, and its general stats, such as stamina and health will slightly improve as well. The Suffolk Punch has two different coats: Red Chestnut and Sorrel. The Andalusian breed of horse is bred for war. This blanket increase blood flow, aids in recovery and rest for your body Once you get close enough you can pet the hose before trying to mount it. Missions that require fighting on horseback will go better if your horse has decent health.
They come in four coats: the Palomino Dapple, the Silver Tail Buckskin, the Black, and the Buckskin. And of course, don't forget to put your saddle on it and bring it to a stable to name it. However, they don't have good acceleration, meaning they're not good for racing. Why the horse is worth the effort The fully bonded white Arabian can run long distances at its impressive top speed, and it feels almost like a cheat code as you crisscross the map while doing missions or challenges. Dutch Warmblood horses are among the sturdiest and hardiest of horses in the work horse category.
Head to Lake Isabella, but be wary of wolves that will attack on sight. That's because horses' stats are spread across several categories - Health, Stamina, Speed, and Acceleration, all pretty self-explanatory - and none of them have perfect stats across the board. Pop it in a stable for safekeeping. Another common horse in the game are Kentucky Saddlers, which are also riding horses. The are is covered in snow, and the mount is white, so you might have a hard time spotting it. The Grullo Dun, Wild Bay, and rare Tiger Striped Bay coats are all found in the wild: these are not horses available in stables.