Having a reliable horse is a must in Red Dead Online as horses are one of the primary means of travel that players will make use of. If you’re just diving into the game, or trying to find yourself a better horse, then there is one horse you'll want to get your hands on, the Red Chestnut Arabian.
How to Get the Red Chestnut Arabian Horse
If you preordered Red Dead Redemption 2, then you’ve already received some goodies just for picking the game up before it released. After you unlock free roam, you’ll have a horse that’s worth about as much as the raggedy clothes you start off with. Whether you’re looking to ride around in style, or just looking to find a more reliable steed, the Red Chestnut Arabian horse is a great catch, and honestly one of the best horses that you’ll find available early on in Red Dead Online.
In order to acquire this majestic beast, you’re going to need to go through a bit of trouble. First, you’ll need to make your way to the nearest stable. Here you can manage your horses, including selling off the horse that you acquired in Honor Among Horse Thieves. This horse really isn’t worth much anyway, so selling it off shouldn’t prove too difficult.
Once you’ve sold off your basic horse, it’s time to look through the offerings that the stable has. Luckily, each stable offers the same stock, so you can easily find this horse no matter which one you visit. The category that you’re looking for here is the Arabian option. Once you select this, you should be able to find the Red Chestnut at the bottom of the list. The horse itself costs around $250 now, which really shouldn't be that hard to acquire if you head out and complete some missions or do some hunting.
When you have purchased the horse, you can select it as your main steed and then head out into the world to show off your shiny, new mount. You can also return to our Red Dead Redemption 2 walkthrough for more helpful strategies and content.
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