Breeding is one of the many gameplay mechanics in Minecraft that players can use for their benefit. By breeding tamed Horses, players can get a baby horse that they can place in their base/settlement. 

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In this Minecraft guide, we will talk about how players can breed Horses in Bedrock Edition. 

How to Breed Horses

To breed foxes in Minecraft, you need two tamed Horses and two Golden Apples. Once you have the required things, place the two tamed Horses close to each other. You can build fences around them to make sure they don’t run away. 

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Now, put the Golden Apple in your Hotbar and equip them. Once that is done, go and tap on both Horses. You have to feed both of them a Golden. After that, you can see hearts pop out of both Horses. They will move closer to each other, and after some time, a baby horse will spawn. 

Where to Find Horses

In Minecraft, you can find horses in the Plains biome. Once you find the horses, make sure to tame them first—as only then you can breed them. 

Where to Find Golden Apple

You can craft Golden Apple in Minecraft using eight Gold Ingots and one Apple. Once you have the required items, you can place the eight Gold Ingots at the boundaries of the 3 X 3 crafting menu and the Apple in the center. 

Once you have crafted Golden Apple, you can use it to breed Horses. 

If you don’t have Golden Apples, you can use Golden Carrots or Enchanted Golden Apples to breed Horses. 

That’s it for now. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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