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.
The Black-Maned Arabian horse can be purchased at the Saint Denis Stable during Chapter 4. It has most the well-rounded stats of the Arabian Horses with decent Health and Stamina.
To increase the horse bonding level you need to:
Missouri Fox Trotter
No. When your horse dies, it’s gone forever. THAT horse is gone forever. You can break a new one and keep that.
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
The horse, named “Buell”, belonged to army veteran Hamish Sinclair. 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.
Of all the Arabian Horses, The White Arabian Horse is the only elite horse that can be found in the wild instead of having to be purchased, saving you a thousand dollars! You can find this special horse on the northwestern side of Lake Isabella in Grizzlies West. To start, Fast Travel to Strawberry and ride north.
The Black Arabian horse is unavailable until Chapter 4 is completed. The steed can then be accessed via a stable in Saint Denis. This stable is located in the south of the bustling city. There are three horses available for purchase in the stable, of which the Black Arabian has the best stats.
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.
It took me 18 months to really bond with my horse and I can even remember the day it happened, and always will keep that day in my memories. My daughter thinks it took her nearer to 2 years to bond with her mare, and again, like me, she remembers that time well.
Comparing to the better horses only, it beats the Kentucky Saddler in nearly all aspects (can’t confirm speed). … So overall a great horse but NOT hands down the best for you, try the other top horses to see if they fit your play-style better.