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Horses in Red Dead Redemption 2 are both an animal species and the main form of transport. They can be captured and broken out in the wild, purchased from stables or acquired by more underhanded means.

Your bond with your horse represents trust and understanding. As your bond grows over time and through activities like feeding and grooming, your horse's attributes like stamina, performance and handling will improve. You will also unlock bonding perks and rewards. [Read: Full Guide: Bonding with your Horse in Red Dead Redemption 2]

Red Dead Redemption 2 Horse Breeds Guide

There are 19 breeds of horses that can be found across the lands of Red Dead Redemption 2, each of which handles differently with its own defined characteristics.

In this guide you can browse all the different horse breeds, with full information and details on what makes them unique, to help you decide which type of horse is most suitable for your lifestyle. Each breed page comes complete with images, their attributescoat style variations, locations where to find them and more.

Andalusian Horse


Arabian Horse


Belgian Draft Horse

Dutch Warmblood

Kentucky Saddler

Missouri Fox Trotter

Morgan Horse


Nokota Horse

Shire Horse

Suffolk Punch Horse

Tennessee Walker


Turkoman Horse

With 60+ different styles of coat, and a huge range of customizable tack, including saddles, horns, stirrups, spurs, you can create a horse that is truly your own, and develop a personal and unique relationship as you explore the world together.

For the full list of Horses check out the Red Dead Redemption 2 Horses Database!

Horses Screenshots


RDR2 Wildlife Morgan Horse

Wildlife: The Morgan Horse

RDR2 Wildlife TennesseeWalker Horse

Wildlife: Tennessee Walker Horse

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