How To Tame & Register A Horse In Breath of the Wild

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Hey there! So, you’re looking to register a horse at a stable in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? No worries, I got you covered! Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you on your way to becoming a horse-wrangling pro:

  1. Find a wild horse: The first step to registering a horse is, well, finding one. You can find wild horses all over Hyrule. Some of the best locations include the Upland Lindor and the Taobab Grasslands. Just look for groups of horses roaming around, and make sure you’re stocked up on stamina-restoring items, like stamina shrooms or elixirs.
  2. Sneak up on the horse: Horses are skittish creatures, so you’ll need to approach them stealthily. Equip any stealth-boosting gear you might have, or use a stealth potion to help you out. Crouch and slowly make your way toward your chosen horse. Patience is key here – don’t rush!
  3. Tame the horse: Once you’re close enough, press the A button to mount the horse. It’ll likely start bucking, so you’ll need to soothe it by pressing the L button. Keep an eye on your stamina and make sure to soothe the horse until the pink sparkles appear. That means you’ve successfully tamed it! Good job!
  4. Ride your horse to the nearest stable: Now that you’ve got your new four-legged friend tamed, it’s time to ride on over to the nearest stable. You can find stables all over the map, and they’re usually marked with a horse head icon. If you’re not sure where the closest one is, just use your Sheikah Slate to scout out the surrounding area.
  5. Talk to the stable master: Once you’ve arrived at the stable, dismount your horse and talk to the stable master, who’s usually standing out front. They’ll offer to register your horse for a small fee of 20 rupees. Make sure you have enough cash on hand!
  6. Name your horse: When you register your horse, you’ll have the option to give it a name. Choose wisely, as you won’t be able to change it later. Thise awesome horse name generator will give you lots of ideas. You can also see your horse’s stats, like speed, strength, and temperament, which can help you decide if it’s the right horse for you.
  7. Take a saddle and bridle: After registering your horse, you’ll receive a saddle and bridle. Equip these to your horse to help increase your bond with it. The higher your bond, the better your horse will respond to your commands.
  8. Enjoy your new ride: That’s it! You’ve successfully registered your horse, and it’s now ready for your adventures across Hyrule. Don’t forget to take it out for a ride every once in a while – not only is it a faster way to travel, but it’s also a ton of fun!

I hope this guide helps you on your horse-taming journey in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Happy riding!

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