Each breed of horse possesses different coat patterns and coloration, and varying levels of speed and stamina. Some breeds are also available as poor, inexpensive bargain animals.
Deeds for different horse breeds can be purchased from General Stores located throughout the world. Horses can also be tamed from wild herds or stolen by force or by opportunity. Breaking in new breeds will allow them to be bought at the General Store.
Note: Mules are covered separately.
|American Standardbred||Black||A solid black horse. One of the three fast horses.||Very Fast||Average||Average|
|Ardennais||Grullo||A grullo with mild red/white highlights in the coat, mane, and tail.||Average||Average||Average|
|Cleveland Bay||Bay||A dark reddish brown horse with black legs, mane and tail. It has a white star on its forehead and white socks up to its pasterns.||Average||Average||Average|
|Dark Horse||Black||A black horse with apparent bodily scars and a white face (also known as a bald face).||Average||High||High|
|Dutch Warmblood||Dark Bay||A dark brown coloration, almost black.||Average||Average||Average|
|Highland Chestnut||Silver Buckskin||A golden colored horse with dark brown/black legs and muzzle, the mane and tail are black with frosting (white hair).||Average||Average||Average|
|A white horse, the mane and tail are a pale white and a blaze is just visible on the forehead. One of the three fast horses.||Fast||High||
|Infested Ardennais||Dark Brown||A sickly looking dark brown horse with slow speed.||Slow||Low||Low|
|Jaded Tersk||Gray||A sickly looking gray horse with slow speed.||Slow||Low||Average|
|Kentucky Saddler||Palomino||A golden horse with cream mane and tail. It has a white blaze (wide stripe) on its face and white socks. One of the three fast horses.||Fast||Average||High|
|A red roan with mild grey/white highlights in the coat; probably transitioning to gray.||Average||Average||Average|
|Lusitano Nag||Light Brown||A sickly looking light brown horse with slow speed.||Slow||Low||Average|
|Painted Quarter Horse||Flaxen Chestnut Blanket Appaloosa||A flaxen (color of mane/tail) chestnut horse with a white blanket on its rump.||Average||Average||Average|
|Painted Standardbred||Bay Blanket Appaloosa||A bay horse with white blanket markings on its rump and sides. It has white socks on its legs.||Average||Average||Average|
|Quarter Horse||Sorrel||A solid reddish brown horse with either a red or flaxen mane and tail.||Average||Average||Average|
|A light red chestnut-colored horse with white splash-like markings.||Average||Average||Average|
|A reddish/white colored horse with a darker face and legs OR a bluish/white horse with darker legs and face, mane and tail, also near black.||Average||Average||Average|
|Tobiano Pinto||Bay Tobiano||A brown horse with white spine markings, black mane and tail with small white mane marks.||Average||Average||Very High|
|Turkmen||Bay||A dark bay horse.||Average||Average||Average|
A black horse with silvery mane and tail.
|Welsh Mountain||Chestnut||A reddish brown horse with brighter torso, dark to white legs and glossy tan mane and tail.||Average||Average||Average|