This is early on in the game, a reward for completing the Chapter 2 mission “Exit, Pursued By A Bruised Ego,” where you hunt a Legendary Bear with Hosea. Once you’ve done that, you’ll find out that the best horse breed in Red Dead Redemption 2 you can purchase is an Arabian.4 мая 2020 г.
To find the rarest horse in Red Dead Redemption 2 (the Legendary White Coat Arabian), you’ll need to travel North near Ambarino, then head West of Lake Isabella. Because of this area’s beautiful snow-covered scenery, it can be hard to spot the horse due to its Legendary White Coat color.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Arabian LocationsCoatLocationsRose Grey BayBlackwater Stable – After Epilogue 1WhiteFound in the North West of Valentine (Near edge of the map)BlackSaint Denis Stable – After Chapter 4
So you have to complete the hunting mission with Hosea. In that mission you go hunting for the legendary bear. You also at the beginning of the mission go to the stables for the first time. After you beat that mission the white arabian horse will spawn in for you.
Red Dead Redemption 2 – John Marston Found The White Arabian Horse After Arthur’s Death. #RedDeadRedemption2 #ArabianHorse #RDR2 #Gameplay John Marston found the white Arabian horse after Arthur’s death in Red Dead Redemption 2.
The Dutch Warmblood breed is known for good health and agility, and this Cremello Gold Dutch Warmblood is the best horse of its breed, with the highest Stamina, Speed and Acceleration.
As stated, there is no singular “best horse” in the game. There are only strong breeds that fair much better than the standard breeds you encounter early on. Speaking on the different types: the Arabian, Turkoman, and Missouri Fox Trotter breeds stand out as the most well-rounded and top-tier.
Get as far as the game’s Epilogue and there is another Arabian, a Rose Grey Bay you can buy at the stables in Blackwater. She’s even more expensive, costing up to $1,250, but is the best all-round horse you can buy.
No. You lose any horses Arthur had at the end of Chapter 6, even those stored in the stable. It may be possible to re-tame the white Arabian with John (I’ve heard that it respawns in the epilogue, but I’ve never tried it, myself).
John and Arthur manage to run through the caves, escape with their horses on the other side, and ride away until their horses are killed. This is where the choice comes in: Arthur can help John escape, or go back to the caves and get the money from Dutch’s stash.
No. When your horse dies, it’s gone forever. THAT horse is gone forever. You can break a new one and keep that.