Brushing your horse is one of the best ways to keep it clean and in tip-top condition in Red Dead Redemption 2. However, how to brush your horse in Red Dead Online is a little different. When you start out in Red Dead Online, you won’t just be given the items you need to get the job done, instead you’ll need to get a Horse Brush on your own. Thankfully, we’ve found out how to get the Horse Brush in Red Dead Online. Read on to find out, so you can start to brush your horse in Red Dead Online.
How to Get the Horse Brush
After you complete the tutorial and gain access to your very own horse, it’s time to start exploring the world. Now that you’ve unlocked free roam, you’ll be moving around quite a bit. Along the way, though, your horse is bound to become dirty—whether from the bleeding corpse of your latest hunting kill, or just the usual road grime that accumulates over time. Keeping your horse brushed and cleaned up is just as important in Red Dead Online as it was in the singleplayer, so you’ll want to get your hands on a Horse Brush early on.
In fact, you can get a Horse Brush as soon as you visit your first stable. Unlike the singleplayer—where you’re just given a Horse Brush by the stable keep—you’re going to have to purchase one for yourself. To purchase a Horse Brush, had to the stable and make your way to the Horse Provisions menu, here you can scroll down to find the Horse Brush, which sells for roughly $3.50.
How to Brush Your Horse
Once you have purchased the Horse Brush, you can then access it from the Item Wheel at any point when you are close to your horse. You’ll also want to make sure you grab some food for your horse while you’re visiting the stable, as your horse’s cores will slowly drain over time—just like in singleplayer.