Zelda Golden Horse Location Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

In our Zelda Golden Horse Location Zelda Tears of the Kingdom guide, we are going to show you where to find Zelda’s incredible steed. After that, we will explain how you can start this side quest. We don’t know whether that’s necessary for the horse to spawn, but we do know that the rewards from this mission are pretty cool. So, enough introductions, let’s jump in!

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zelda golden horse location zelda tears of the kingdom
Zelda Golden Horse Location Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Where to Find Zelda Golden Horse in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To find location of Zelda’s golden horse in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you need to go north of the Snowfield Stable, deep into the North Tabanta Snowfield. In the location we’ve marked for you below (or at least nearby), you’ll find a herd of horses, one of which will be golden. Trust us, it is very easy to spot. Not only does its fur stand out in the snow, but it also glows gently. Hop onto its back and tame it; don’t worry, it won’t put up too much resistance. Ride it back to the stable. Talk to the NPCs that started the quest, Harlow and Penn, to receive the Royal Saddle and Royal Bridle. Then you can register the horse at the stable and get some Pony Points Card Rewards.

So, that’s where you find the location of Zelda’s golden horse in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. Now to explain how to start the quest. First off, you have to become a journalist in the Lucky Clover Gazette, as we’ve explained in our Giant Fairy Tera guide. This unlocks a series of side quests all across Hyrule. You begin this one by going to the Snowfield Stable. You can talk with the stable keeper, but more importantly, you’ll see your bird friend Penn interviewing another character, Harlow. Talk with them both, and that’s how the mission kicks off. I assume that you can find Zelda’s horse even without the quest, but this is how you get the Royal Bridle and Saddle.

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