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The Missouri Fox Trotter is a horse breed in Red Dead Redemption 2.

The Amber Champagne coat can be found at the Scarlett Meadows stable, while the Silver Dapple Pinto can be found at the Blackwater stable. Both have a high base value of $950. Missouri Fox Trotters are a cross between a race and work horse, so they have moderate attributes and a higher speed. Its handling gives it moderate reactivity and agility.

Catalogue Description

The Missouri Fox Trotter is a gaited breed especially suited to working with livestock. However, their muscular build makes them suitable for ranch work, trail riding, and racing. With a graceful carriage, they are relaxed and exhibit poise but have lightning fast speed and acceleration when needed. This is a fantastic horse worth twice the price.

Coat styles

Coat Base Value (in $) Health Stamina Speed Acceleration Source
Amber Champagne 950.00 5 6 7 5 Scarlett Meadows stable
Silver Dapple Pinto 950.00 5 6 7 5 Blackwater stable

Special variants

Baylock

The horse of Micah Bell throughout 1899. Baylock has a "Black" coat and, with its black body and white face, it is strikingly similar to the Dark Horse from Red Dead Redemption. Given that the Dark Horse only appears if the player's Honor is low, it is almost certainly no coincidence that Micah's horse is almost identical, given his immoral nature and acts of villainy.

It is possible for the player to ride Baylock during the Horseshoe Overlook chapter. While Micah is in jail, his horse will be at camp. Baylock is unsaddled (although the player may put their own saddle on him) and can be ridden. Unfortunately, however, Baylock cannot be stabled.

Others

In Red Dead Online, the outlaw Samson Finch rides a Missouri Fox Trotter.

Trivia

  • At $950, it is the most expensive horse in Red Dead Online.

Video Overview

Red Dead Redemption 2 Horses - Missouri Fox Trotter Overview

Red Dead Redemption 2 Horses - Missouri Fox Trotter Overview

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