How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

Let’s talk about how to tame a skeleton horse in Minecraft! Well, horses are one of the animals in Minecraft. Horses can be used as livestock or used as a means of transportation.

Just like in the real world, horses in Minecraft run fast when they are ridden and controlled. But, before your horse can be used well as a great transportation, you should tame the horse first.

Then, do you understand about the ways to tame the horse in order that you can ride it and be under the control of yours? Check out my post below, let’s go check it out!

Required Materials

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

A little thing about horses in Minecraft

A horse is a friendly pack: if you tame it, it can be used on the farm, and you can ride it too. There are several horse colors in Minecraft, in this game you can even choose the location of the spots and burn marks, as well as the color of the animal.

As a result, the player can create many different horses. These animals can stand up, express their discontent, eat grass, wave their tails. Horses only lay eggs in plain biomes.

How to tame and ride a skeleton horse in Minecraft

Find the Horse

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

The most important thing that you must do is find a horse. Of course, you cannot tame anything if you have no animal.

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Prepare the Saddle

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

And this is what is very difficult to get, saddle. Saddle or saddle is applied to the horse so that the horse can be controlled by the player himself.

You can’t get a saddle by making it in the Crafting Table, aka saddle can’t be made. So to get it, you can choose one of the methods below:

Find it from a chest in a shrine in the desert (if you are lucky you can get horse armor)

Find it from the chest in Villager village (if you are lucky you can get horse armor)

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

Buy it from the Villager by paying for some emeralds (to get emeralds you can mine or exchange some of your items and then exchange them to the villager)

Get the fishing results.

Use cheats.

Ride the Horse

If you have got the next saddle, you can ride the horse that you found earlier. Ride your horse. To do it, you can approach your horse and do the right-clicking (if you use PC) or you may click the text appearing when you approach the horse (if you use Android).

If you ride the horse and it continues refusing, you may repeat to ride again until you find “love love” on your horse. It means that you have tamed the horse successfully.

Put on the Saddle

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

If you have succeeded in taming the horse, then put the saddle you have prepared earlier. Install the saddle by directly clicking E (PC) or clicking open (Android) to open an inventory.

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After the inventory is open, but the saddle on the horse in the available slot. Here, you will find two slots. The 1st slot is provided for the saddle.

Then, the 2nd slot is provided for horse armor of horse. Now, you can control your beloved horse and walk the path under the sunshine ea. How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

Tie the Horse

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

This is only for safety the next time your beloved horse is released without being noticed. Use a rope or lead to tie the horse by simply clicking on the horse, then you tie the lead to the fence as shown below.

How to Tame a Skeleton Horse in Minecraft

Additional

To go back and forth, left and right, use the W S A D. To jump, click SPACEBAR and for high jump hold down SPACEBAR until the meter is below full then release.

To go down just click shift and to go up right-click. This applies to the Minecraft Java Edition version, yes, if Minecraft Pocket Edition or something else I don’t know.

Okay, maybe that’s all for my guide on how to tame a skeleton horse in Minecraft, it’s quite easy and simple, right? Good luck and hopefully useful. We are sorry if there are errors. And thanks for reading

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