| Taslin Strider|
A refined breed common in the warm climes of Antiva. Suited to long distances and spirited charges.
| Green Dales Feral|
A fine example of a breed rarely seen on the field. Descended from stock that escaped during Qunari Incursions in the North.
| Dalish All-Bred|
A hardy and sure footed mount. Fiercely loyal, fully trained examples are highly prized, despite the breed's humble origins.
| Orlesian Courser|
Spirited, with a lineage longer than most noble names. The pride of many a chevalier.
| Amaranthine Charger|
Spirited but no unruly; an uncommon mount sure to impress.
| Free Marches Ranger|
A recently recognized breed coordinated by several Free Marchers city-state; the largest numbers pass through Tantervale.
| Anderfel Courser|
Originally bred for the Grey Wardens, this uncommon breed is highly prized across Thedas.
| Imperial Warmblood|
An imposing mount descended from stock and spread across Thedas during the height of Tevinter expansion.
| Abyssal Hang-Tooth|
At home in the Western Approach, none of its kind can be called "common." Responsive, but not shy about testing the reins.
| Basking Longma|
A rare northern variant. Tevinter made efforts to breed them, but found them too spirited for riders without the will to match.
| Blue River Bane|
While others of its species can be too wild to approach, this mount has been expertly trained while losing none of its spirit.
| Desert Lightning|
Uncommon, fierce, and fast. An incredible find.
Rare coloration for a Dracolisk. A particularly hardy mount.
| Brecilian Sure-Foot|
Silent when it wishes; fearsome when demanded.
| Tirashan Swiftwind|
Unnervingly intelligent; willing to "correct" its rider. It will not suffer fools.
| Pride of Arlathan|
Wide ranging along what may have been the route of Elven exodus before the Tevinter expansion.
| Wild Hart|
Tamed but not broken. Nor could it be.
- Though mounts, once bought, vanish from the offer, those you might have acquired earlier in Haven are still for sale, for example the Brecilian Sure-Foot and the Orlesian Courser. So make sure you don't pay twice by checking your stock before trading.
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