Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get a Saddle for Your Horse

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How to Get a Saddle – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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Getting a saddle for your horse in Zelda: Breath of the Wild means that it will officially be yours to keep, and you’ll be able to call it over to your position any time you want, just as long as it’s within range of you. First off, you need to tame a horse and be able to ride it. Once you’ve done this, simply ride the horse to any stable in the world.

If you take it to a nearby stable, you can pay a small fee of 20 rupees, and the horse will be yours. You’ll get a saddle for the horse, along with the right to name it whatever you want. After completing this process, you’ll be able to summon it. It’s definitely recommended that you take a horse to a stable as soon as you tame one that you like. Having a horse at your disposal will be a good way of helping you travel across the vast world of Hyrule quickly and efficiently.

Now that you know how to get a saddle, be sure to check our ever-expanding Wiki for more tips, tricks, and information on Breath of the Wild.


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