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How To Break A Horse In Red Dead Redemption 2

How To Break A Horse In Red Dead Redemption 2
If you catch a wild horse in Red Dead 2, you will have to break it. This guide will tell you How To Break A Horse In Red Dead Redemption 2 so you can claim any horse you see out on the plains, or even the best horse in the game. There are a variety of ways you can obtain horses in Red Dead 2. You can purchase them from different stables, you can steal them from towns, or you can catch them in the wild.

You will find horses scattered around the world map. You can track them with your senses, identify their breeds and analyze their stats before catching them. Once you find a wild horse that catches your fancy, you will need to break it.

How To Break A Horse In Red Dead Redemption 2

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Before attempting to break the horse, you need to catch it. The best way to catch a horse is to use your lasso. Mount up and get close to the horse before using your lasso to stop it escaping. Once you successfully attach the lasso, you will dismount.

Now, close in slowly and use Square/X to calm the horse, this makes it easier to mount. Once you have calmed the horse, attempt to mount it. This is where you will have to break the horse. Hold down on the left stick and then tilt the stick left or right, depending on the direction the horse is bucking. If it’s buckling left, hold the stick down to the right. If it’s bucking right, hold it down to the left.

After about 10-15 seconds, you will break the horse. It will still have some wild tendencies but it doesn’t take long to tame it.

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