White Horse
Type Surface Creature
Biome(s) Special
Cost 2,000
Unlocked with

The White Horse is a Creature in LEGO Worlds that is initially found as a special ability of the Cowboy or Cowgirl. Once it has been summoned by the player playing as the Cowboy or Cowgirl, it can be unlocked and summoned at will.


From Brickipedia:

The currently ubiquitous LEGO System horse figure design was introduced in 1984 in several Castle sets, superseding previous designs of brick-built horses.

The new horse was a prefabricated figure consisting of a solid main segment representing the horse's body and legs and movable segment encompassing the head and neck. The body features a recess in its back, measuring 1x2 studs in base area and 4 plates in height, which is usually occupied by a saddle piece and allows standard minifigures to mount or dismount the horse without the need to bend the figure's leg assembly. The recess could be filled with a 1x2 brick plus plate if a saddleless horse without rider was preferred. Many sets with horses include a saddle and/or filler pieces. The recess also allows for the attachment of a horse-drawn carriage using various hinge pieces.

The first horses came only in black and white and were initially an exclusive feature of the Castle theme.

The White Horse Edit

This was one of the first horse figures, introduced in 1984. It sports a brown bridle with black details and has black eyes with an off-center white spot. In 2013, the solid-piece model was abandoned in favour of a new rearing model - with moveable back legs that would allow the horse to rear. This horse sports a brown saddle.


This creature appears to be the Horse, Moveable Legs with Black Bridle and Silver Buckles Pattern. This piece can be found in many LEGO sets, including the King's Castle.



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