One of the most interesting horses Link can get in Breath of the Wild is Ganon’s Giant Horse. Players of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom may be under the impression that they can’t ride this horse, however the animal may be found grazing in a different, more isolated region of Hyrule. Check below to know how to get Ganon’s Giant Horse in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – How to Get Ganon’s Giant Horse
Jumping from the cliff below the Hateno Village Research Laboratory will take you to Hateno Beach, where Ganon keeps his Giant Horse. He’ll be hanging out with the herd of wild horses behind a grove of palm palms, but his size should make him easy to spot.
There are three paths you can take once you get there. You could, of course, use the conventional method and sneak up on the horse, but that may swiftly backfire on you if you’re not careful. Second, you can use some of your stamina to jump from a nearby cliff and land on top of the stallion.
The final option is to shoot the animal with an Ice Arrow, rendering it immobile, and then sprinting for the horse. If you want to ride and tame a wild stallion, you’ll have to wait till he thaws out. If you haven’t improved your stamina container yet, you should prepare by stocking up on Energizing Elixirs, as the process will use up about two wheels’ worth of stamina.
If you take one piece of monster equipment and three Restless Crickets, you get an Energizing Elixir. Since a Bokoblin Horn is so simple to get through murder, I recommend its use. Although Restless Crickets are more challenging to capture, you can find plenty of them by mowing the grass around Lookout Landing.
The Dueling Peak Stable is the nearest stable once you have tamed Ganon’s Giant Horse. You shouldn’t approach too close to monsters, otherwise they can get scared and buck you off. Even if you lose it, it will only stray a short distance, making it easy to re-capture.
You can pay 20 Rupees to name your horse and register it at the stable when you get there. The Towing Harness is not compatible with Ganon’s Giant Horse, and the horse can’t run, just as the Giant White Stallion. His full statistics are as follows: