Step into the captivating world of Red Dead Redemption 2, where untamed adventures and majestic horses await.
We can all agree that Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the best games ever created. The astonishing graphics, attention to detail, vast world, and realism makes RDR2 the ultimate choice for an adventurer.
As you probably know, horses in RDR2 play an important role, and horses come in different breeds with unique characteristics such as endurance and speed.
Among the countless equine companions, there are a select few that hold the allure of rarity, attracting players with their exceptional qualities. In this article, we embark on a journey to uncover the finest rare horses in Red Dead Redemption 2, sharing their locations and distinctive attributes.
Best Unique Horses to Get in Red Dead Redemption 2
Arabian Horses are unique and they can only be found in the wild instead of having to be purchased. Prepare to be enchanted by the ethereal beauty of the White Arabian, a true spectacle among horses. With its pristine white coat and unparalleled speed, this rare creature is truly a sight to behold.
However, capturing this elusive companion requires traversing the snowy peaks of the Grizzlies. Particularly you’ll have to go to the northwestern side of Lake Isabella. Venture forth, and may luck be on your side as you strive to tame this breathtaking equine wonder. If you love horse races in RDR2 online with friends, then this is the one you should look for. However, you should know that Elite White Arabian horses are very easily spooked, so make sure to keep an eye on the “Calm Bar” as you approach the horse and try to tame it.
For those seeking a true powerhouse, the Turkoman stands tall as one of the strongest and most durable horses in the game.
With its robust build and remarkable stamina, this rare breed becomes an unwavering companion during long rides and intense battles. Turkoman horse comes with three coats, great speed, acceleration, and health. All of the coat styles can be found after Chapter 4 in the Saint-Denis Stable. This is one of the easiest horses to get, and all you need is some money to purchase it from the stable.
Missouri Fox Trotter
For all of our horse racing enthusiasts here, getting The Missouri Fox Trotter is the right way to go. The Missouri Fox Trotter has incredible speed and acceleration, making it one of the fastest horses in the game.
The Missouri Fox Trotter can only be purchased at a stable and cannot be tamed in the wild or stolen from other people. It will cost you $950 and the elite Amber Champagne coat becomes available after Chapter 4 and can be purchased from the Scarlett Meadows Stable.
Tiger Striped Bay Coat Mustang
Even though Mustangs are not the best horses in RDR2, this one is definitely rare due to its unique coat. The Tiger Striped Bay Coat Mustang can be found in New Austin.
To begin your hunt for this horse and increase your chances of finding one you should go to the Eastern part of the Rio Bravo Region. Once you find it, make sure to bond with the horse well in order to get its best performance.
This is easily one of the rarest horses in the game and can be a real nightmare to find one. In order to get one, you need to be consistent. This horse randomly spawns among the Appaloosa herds, and if there isn’t any horse there make sure to set up camp and let the time pass.
There are also other places where this horse has been seen such as Lavender Fields near Hanging Dog Ranch, Near Little Creek River, and In Grizzlies West. As we said, it spawns randomly and there is no guarantee that you’ll ever see one.