Horses in Minecraft: how to breed and tame them


Horses in Minecraft: how to breed and tame them

Among the many animals in Minecraft are horses. Although initially they are wild animals, it is possible to make them end up being docile. This means that if you find a horse you can tame it to later use it as a means of transport . In addition, if you wish you can also breed them. It is not a very difficult task and it can even be fun. Now taming a horse requires some patience.

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If you want to travel the world much faster you just have to get a horse. Don't you know where there are herds of wild horses? Do not worry, below I will explain how to tame and raise them, so you can have as many as you want . In a few minutes you will be mounted on one, galloping in search of adventure!

How to tame them

Before going on to explain how to tame a horse, say that in the villages you can find specimens that are already domesticated. Now if you prefer to tame one, in the meadows and plains there are herds of wild horses . You just have to go to one of these areas and choose the horse that you like the most.

To tame a horse you have to get close to it. Very important, do not carry anything in your hands. You then walk over and try to ride it . This you will have to try a few times and on more than one occasion it may get angry and hit you, taking away some of your life. However, in the end some hearts will come out , this means that you have just tamed it. If you try to mount it again you will see that you will not have any problem.

How to raise them

If you decide to raise horses, first of all is to build a stable. In turn, a smaller one must be built in said barn . Now you have to choose which horses you want to cross and put them in the small stable.

Lastly, you simply have to give these two horses golden apples and carrots. When the time comes they will have foals . Usually you have to wait a few minutes. The probability that foals are similar to their parents is less than 50%.

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