Zelda Breath of The Wild Horse Fairy - How to Revive Horses

Mounts can die in Zelda Breath of The Wild. Your favorite horse can take damage from enemies or the elements, and getting hurt enough will result in death. It’s always a sad moment when an equine friend leaves you. But it doesn’t have to be – there’s a way to bring them back to life. You’ll have to find the horse fairy and pay a fee, and she’ll revive your mount. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to resurrect horses in Zelda Breath of The Wild, where to find the horse fairy.

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zelda breath of the wild horse fairy
Zelda Breath of The Wild Horse Fairy

Where to find horse fairy in Zelda BoTW

The horse fairy is located in the south of the map, in the Faron region. It’s near the Highland stable – teleport to the Lake Tower or the Ka’o Makagh shrine, then get to the southern road. Follow it to the east, across the wooden bridge, and into the dead end. You’ll find a giant, closed flower there.

How to resurrect mounts in Zelda BoTW

Interact with the flower, and Malany, the horse fairy will talk to you. She will ask you to pay 1000 rupees to help her restore her power. If you’re having trouble getting that kind of money, check out our rupee farming guide. This will give you the chance to revive any of your previous horses. This is great way to get back a horse that has grown on you during your adventures, or a fast and durable mount that died in the line of duty.

How to get Royal Stallion back

The method above works even on special horses, like the super speedy Royal Stallion you get from completing the Royal White Stallion quest. It’s one of the fastest steeds in the game (not including Epona), and if you happen to lose it, it’s good to know a way to bring it back from the dead.

In order to get this horse visit the Outskirts Stable and look for an old man called Toffa. He’ll give you a quest called Royal White Stallion.



  1. A

    How do I get the royal horse

    1. H

      Go to Outskirt Stable and follow the path north. You’ll reach Manhala Bridge and if you just continue following the path you’ll arrive at Safula Hill, the horse is there. Be sure to eat foods or elixirs that increase your stealth or wear the stealth armor, along with extra stamina whether it be upgrades (at least 2 full bars) or energy elixirs. Also make sure to talk to the old guy outside of the stable to get the quest, he’ll give you the royal armor! It doesn’t matter if you talk to him before or after you have the horse.

  2. A

    Helped my fiancée get the horse but she got stuck on the rock hills where she ran away from me at. Had to get her into the water the climb back up the rocks was too much for her. She swam across the stream like a champ and I got out of the water behind her but she waited for me. Very head strong but didn’t run off even though I was a bit behind her. Only at a 30% bond with her so some work to do there but will be worth it.

  3. A

    I have already got the white stallion and the giant horse but how do you get epona?

    1. E

      If you want to get epona you have to actually I forgot anybody know how to get epona???

    2. T
      Thomas iverson

      You need an amibo to get epona

  4. K

    How do you get epona because I already have the white stallion and a giant horse but I can’t get epona.

  5. K
    Kit cat

    use amiibo card

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