All coat types will need to be purchased from a stable and carry a base value of approximately $950. Turkomans are a cross between a race and war horse, and so benefit from higher overall attributes than other breeds. Its handling gives it moderate reactivity and agility.
Turkomans are multi-class with characteristics of both race and war horses. They can be identified by their slender but agile build, and also their sleek coat. The Dark Bay, Gold and Silver coats can be purchased from a stable. They handle well, but can often be impatient. They are popular due to their fantastic Health, good Stamina and fast Speed. This well-rounded horse is great for most situations.
The Turkoman is our top horse for racing or war. An Oriental horse breed, it is a bold horse known for its slender body and high endurance. The small hooves are suitable for traveling on hard and rocky ground. That, alongside their high speed, makes for a great battle horse. A hearty, healthy breed unrivaled in this line, this is one of the most sought after horses we sell.
|Coat||Base Value (in $)||Health||Stamina||Speed||Acceleration||Source|
|Dark Bay||925.00||7||5||6||5||Blackwater stable|
|Gold||950.00||7||5||6||5||Saint Denis stable|
The horse of Hosea Matthews in 1899. Silver Dollar has a "Silver" coat. Silver Dollar can be found within the gang's camp and, in the epilogue, at the stables in Tumbleweed for the player to purchase.
One of the Braithwaites' horses stolen by Arthur Morgan, Javier Escuella and John Marston during "Horse Flesh for Dinner". Cerberus is said to be a reliable stud, having fathered several race winners.
- The Turkoman breed was extinct by the period in which the game is set, although it is survived by descendant breeds such as the Akhal-Teke, the Iomud, the Goklun, and the Nokhorli. The Akhal-Teke often possesses a golden coat similar to the Gold Dapple Turkoman in the game, and some claim that the Akhal-Teke and the Turkoman are the same breed.