The Dutch Warmblood is a horse breed in Red Dead Redemption 2. They tend to have higher stamina, average health and speed, but lower acceleration. Its handling gives it moderate reactivity and agility.
Dutch Warmbloods are classed as hardy work horses. They can be identified by their long legs and strong build. The Seal Brown, Sooty Buckskin and Chocolate Roan are purchasable in stables. A rare Cremello coat can also be discovered. This dependable breed is known to handle well. They are considered to be one of the healthiest work horse breeds, with fantastic Stamina, great Speed and good Acceleration.
The finest breed in our line of work horses, the Dutch Warmblood is highly suited to farm and light draught work. They perform well in competition and exhibit an even temper and courageous spirit. Trainable and handsome, they are agile, active, and take to instruction. We recently received a number of these horses from one of the finest breeders in the country.
|Coat||Base Value (in $)||Health||Stamina||Speed||Acceleration||Source|
|Chocolate Roan||450.00||5||6||4||3||Valentine stable|
|Seal Brown||150.00||4||5||3||3||Strawberry stable|
|Sooty Buckskin||150.00||4||5||3||3||Scarlett Meadows stable|
The horse of army veteran Hamish Sinclair in 1898, 1899 and, if encountered as John, 1907. Buell has a "Cremello Gold" coat and is the only horse with this specific coat appearing in the game. It is named after Sinclair's commander during the American Civil War. After "The Veteran IV", Buell can be stabled by the player. However, the horse cannot be renamed.
- The Sooty Buckskin and the Seal Brown can be obtained for free off bounty hunters and two random encounters; the prospector or the drunk needing directions (if deceived a Sooty Buckskin kicks the man).
- While being chased by Cornwall's men in the mission "An Honest Mistake", a Seal Brown can be stolen from one of Cornwall's men.