Red Dead Redemption 2: Where to Find Rare Horses

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by AOTF Staff


There are some rare horses in Red Dead Redemption but there are two that are the rarest of all and can only be found in two spots in the game.  The two horses are the Tiger Striped Bay Coat Mustang and The White Coat Arabian.  These two rare horses can only be found out in the wild and then broken to be made your own.

To get these horses you will need to to head to these different wild horse habitats where you stake out and wait for your chance to get them.

The Tiger Striped Bay Coat Mustang


The Tiger Striped Bay Coat Mustang can only be found in New Austin.  Other Mustangs can be found throughout the world, but this one only can be found in one area of the game.  Look for this rare horse in the Eastern part of the Rio Bravo Region.

Once you spot the horse, you’re going to need to lasso it and then go through the breaking process to actually ride it.  You will then need to work on bonding with the horse to get it to its best performance.

The Arabian White Coat


The Arabian White Coat is a pretty horse.  All white, this horse can be found up in Grizzlies West on the Western banks of Lake Isabella.  This gorgeous horse can only be found here so if it’s the white Arabian that you want you’ll need to look here.  Catching this horse out in the wild, you’ll need to lasso it before it tries to get away and then start the breaking process to make it your own.

Other semi-rare horses include the Hungarian Half-Bred, which can be found in a couple places: Northwest of Blackwater and Cholla Springs.  The Mustang, which can be found at:  North of Armadillo and East of Armadillo, as well as Rio Bravo and The Heartlands.

Try our guide if you’re having trouble breaking wild horses in RDR2. 

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