The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom: How to get Ganondorf’s horse

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Horses play a big role in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Without horses, traveling would be much more difficult. The great thing about Tears of the Kingdom is that there are a handful of unique horses that you can find. From Zelda’s Golden horse to the Giant White Stallion, there are plenty of unique horses that find throughout the game. One of the unique horses that you can acquire in Tears of the Kingdom is Ganondorf’s horse.

Ganondorf has made a return as the main antagonist in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Even as the main antagonist, Ganondorf has a horse of his own and you can acquire it for yourself if you so want to.

How to find Ganondorf’s horse

Ganondorf’s horse is located Southeast of Central Hyrule past the Hateno Village area and in between the Hateno Bay and the Deepback Bay. In between both of those Bays is a little peninsula that you are going to need to travel to. There are two Peninsula’s in this area so double check and make sure it is the one between both the Hateno Bay and Deepback Bay. The peninsula will be pointing out towards rocks in the water.

As you approach the peninsula you will see a giant horse surrounded by a bunch of smaller wild horses. The giant horse is Ganondorf’s horse. You can tell it’s Ganondorf’s horse from the looks of it. It is a giant gray horse with the beautiful orange mane and tail.

It is definitely one of the coolest looking horses in the game and a very unique horse to add to your Stables. The only downside is that the nearest Stable to Ganondorf’s horse is the Dueling Peaks Stable. It is quite one heck of a ride to get there, but it will be well worth the journey in the end.

Ganondorf’s horse is extremely similar to the Giant White Stallion. They both have the same exact stats as one another and they both can’t be customized or upgraded. Once you have Ganon’s horse registered at the Stables, the horse is now yours.

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Even though Ganondorf’s horse and the Giant White Stallion are basically the same horse, their appearance alone makes you want to have each of them. Plus riding the same horse over and over again can get a little boring after a while so the more horses that you have registered, the more variety you add to the game.