Most coat types will need to be tamed from the wild. Nokotas tend to have higher speed and acceleration, but lower health and stamina. Its handling gives it higher reactivity and agility.
Nokotas are classed as race horses. They can be identified by their well-built frame and sturdy legs. The Blue Roan and White Roan can be found in the wild, while the Reverse Dapple Roan is purchasable from a stable. They are known for being healthy and handling well. Their Speed and Acceleration matches many race horse breeds, making them perfect for traveling short distances quickly in a sure-footed manner.
Nokotas are warm-blooded equines, though they exhibit the quickness and agility of hot-blooded animals. They have a neck and back that is thick with muscle, prominent withers, thick winter coat and a low set tail. Fast, playful and observant, Nokotas are prized endurance and trail horses with a unique bloodline worthy of attention.
|Coat||Base Value (in $)||Health||Stamina||Speed||Acceleration||Source|
|Reverse Dapple Roan||450.00||3||3||7||5||Saint Denis stable|
|Scarred Blue Roan||N/A||3||3||4||3||Random encounter with members of the Murfree Brood.|
The horse of Karen Jones throughout 1899. Old Belle has a "Smoky Black" coat and can be found within the gang's camp.
The horse of Charles Smith throughout 1907. Falmouth has a "Grey Roan Sabino" coat and, before the mission "American Venom", it can be found at Beecher's Hope. In the mission "Home Improvement for Beginners", Falmouth is used alongside Uncle's horse, Nell IV, to pull down the shack that originally stood on the land at Beecher's Hope.