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).
Your horse has died.
You can’t bring the animal back to life.
Arthur’s wallet of money is also cleared out, but John receives $20,000, which is more than enough to buy anything. A few missions into the epilogue, John does inherit all of Arthur’s outfits and weapons. So before you finish the mission “Red Dead Redemption,” you might as well spend that saved cash.
After a few missions in the epilogue, you will receive all of Arthur’s outfits and clothes. … All the horses you used to own as Arthur, however, will not be given back to you. They’re “lost” forever now.
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 White Coat – Fastest Horses In RDR2.
Red Dead Redemption 2 – Arthur’s Horse Dies Scene – “Thankyou” (Sad Moment)
Slide-Dive into Cover
While running with a weapon drawn simply press R1 to snap into cover. If you’re running towards cover like a rock or something Arthur can crouch behind, he’ll often slide into it, giving enemies less room to line up shots.
So on the console version, while riding your horse, you tap X or A in time with your horse’s gallop in order to conserve stamina and ride longer distances.
If the player was honorable, Dutch will leave because he is unable to choose between them. After which, Micah leaves in anger, while Arthur dies of his tuberculosis as he watches the sun rise from the mountainside. … In this case, what happens is that Arthur abandons John in order to go back to the gang’s burning camp.
Another idea I’ve heard is that he was initially going to take the money that is in the little shack behind Dutch and was planning to kill Micah to take it. But, realizing that John needed it more to support his growing family, he left it and shot Micah.