On the other hand, horses can wear armor, but can’t wear chests. Horses are also often faster and can jump higher than donkeys.
Put Armor on Horse
A window should open displaying the items that your horse is wearing. Move the diamond horse armor from the hotbar to the armor box on the left side of the horse picture. After you move the diamond horse armor to the armor box, you will see your horse’s appearance change as the armor is worn.
A donkey can only hold one Chest , even though it appears to have two (one on each side). A chest is simply equipped by placing a chest on the donkey by right clicking.
In order to ride a Horse, all you need is a Saddle. … Optionally, you can put Horse Armor on Horses (not Donkey’s or Mules). This also can only be found, not crafted. You can equip a Donkey or Mule with a Chest to have it hold supplies for you (you cannot add a chest to a Horse).
Enchanting. Unlike player armor, horse armor cannot be enchanted. Using an anvil in Creative Mode does allow the armor to be enchanted, but any applied enchantments have no effect.
Add Items to make Leather Horse Armor
In the crafting menu, you should see a crafting area that is made up of a 3×3 crafting grid. To make leather horse armor, place 7 leather in the 3×3 crafting grid. When making leather horse armor, it is important that the leather is placed in the exact pattern as the image below.
Tame the Horse
First, select an empty slot in your hotbar (because you must use your hand to tame the horse). You will tame a horse by repeatedly trying to mount the horse and getting bucked off. The game control to tame the horse depends on the version of Minecraft: For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the horse.
Feeding a horse will make it easier to tame. They will eat wheat, hay bales, sugar, apples, bread, golden carrots, and golden apples. Mules are not found naturally in Minecraft. Instead, you can breed one using a horse and a donkey.
Breeding. Feeding two tamed horses golden apples or golden carrots activates love mode, causing them to mate and produce a foal. The foal appears more spindly than adult horses and grows to full size with time.