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The Perlino Andalusion is pretty decent for an all arounder.   Is steady in a fight, fast enough to outrun the wolves if you do not feel like slaughtering them all the time, and hasn't really dumped me in lethal situations.  It will be great to have available for story mode.  

I do confess though, I am looking forward to the new horses regardless of their stats and plan to try them all out.  ;  ) 

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I'll be trying them all out if I can. I am picky when it comes to horses. I felt the ones in the game were good, some were bad but for the most part they got the job done but I never really loved any of them. Usually I find something like this in a game that I just stick with but this was not the case in RDR2. 

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On 11/3/2019 at 12:24 AM, AnnieGetURGuns said:

The Perlino Andalusion is pretty decent for an all arounder.   Is steady in a fight, fast enough to outrun the wolves if you do not feel like slaughtering them all the time, and hasn't really dumped me in lethal situations.  It will be great to have available for story mode.  

I do confess though, I am looking forward to the new horses regardless of their stats and plan to try them all out.  ;  ) 

Same here. I know reguardless of stats, I always go with what feels best to how I play the game. I have always done this with cars, guns, horses, and so on. 

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On 11/4/2019 at 12:56 AM, SageNinja said:

Is the one pictured there the Buttermilk variation? I don't ever remember seeing it. Looks really nice though. I like the speckled look.

The one in the picture is the few spot appaloosa and did not exist in the game before now.  Below is a buttermilk buckskin.  Buckskin is a colour and can occur in many different breeds where as an Appaloosa is a breed in itself and few spot is just a variation of coat pattern within that breed.  Probably way more information than anybody really wants LOL .. but spent a good part of my life around and raising horses.  I think Rockstar has done an amazing job with all of the horses in the game. 

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2 hours ago, #SadCowboy said:

Same here. I know reguardless of stats, I always go with what feels best to how I play the game. I have always done this with cars, guns, horses, and so on. 

Absolutely.  Try them all regardless.  They are all so amazing and you will find the one you really love despite the stats.  Some of the wild horses you come across are just incredible.  The standardbred is another really nice all arounder and the new Criollo is the horse my character is currently riding and another of my favourites.  Tough little horse for sure.  Pic below is of a real spanish Criollo and looks very similar to the one I have in game. 

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On 11/3/2019 at 9:28 PM, Jammin Jim said:

I'll be trying them all out if I can. I am picky when it comes to horses. I felt the ones in the game were good, some were bad but for the most part they got the job done but I never really loved any of them. Usually I find something like this in a game that I just stick with but this was not the case in RDR2. 

Some of the newer horses for the roles are pretty good, if you haven't had a chance to try them yet.  Hope you find one that works for you eventually.  I started the story mode with a standardbred and after bonding with her I was really happy.  Not the fastest for sure but steady and great for riding across the map.  I also really enjoyed the big Belgian draft for a good long while.  Slow going but solid .. griefers who thought to run into us on the road were usually knocked flat out and only a shudder from my big ol' gal - LOL  

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On 11/4/2019 at 8:18 PM, AnnieGetURGuns said:

The one in the picture is the few spot appaloosa and did not exist in the game before now.  Below is a buttermilk buckskin.  Buckskin is a colour and can occur in many different breeds where as an Appaloosa is a breed in itself and few spot is just a variation of coat pattern within that breed.  Probably way more information than anybody really wants LOL .. but spent a good part of my life around and raising horses.  I think Rockstar has done an amazing job with all of the horses in the game. 

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Hey! That looks like Marshall Dillon’s horse, “Old Buck”!

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