Pony Points are new to The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. You'll start collecting Pony Points on your very own Pony Club Card the first time you visit a stable, and you can earn some very nice rewards by carrying out a few simple tasks.
In this guide, we'll be telling you what Pony Points are, how to get Pony Points, and what rewards you can earn by filling up your stamp card.
Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom: All Pony Points Rewards - What Are Pony Points?
What are Pony Points?
Pony Points are a loyalty scheme-type system in Tears of the Kingdom. You collect points based on what you do at stables, and you'll get more rewards the more Pony Points you collect.
You'll be told about Pony Points the first time you visit a stable and talk to the stable owner. You can only redeem your Pony Points at large stables too and not the mini ones you can find in some places.
You can check how many Pony Points you need to earn your next reward by going into the Key Items tab in the menu and highlighting your Pony Club Card.
How do you earn Pony Points?
There are a handful of different ways you can earn Pony Points at stables. They're all relatively simple, but we've listed the various methods below.
Visit a stable for the first time
Each time you visit a brand new stable and talk to the stable owner in Tears of the Kingdom — that is, the person who is standing at the front desk — you'll get one Pony Point.
To find out where all of the stables are, check out our All Stable Locations guide.
Register a horse
For every new horse that you capture and register at a stable, you'll earn one Pony Point.
All you need to do is sneak up on a horse in a field, ride it (and potentially soothe it), and then bring it to the stable owner and talk to them while riding the horse — you can do that by pressing ZL and then A.
Sleep at a stable
You can spend 20 Rupees to stay the night at a stable. You will earn one Pony point each time you spend Rupees to sleep.
Eventually, you'll unlock the Malanya Bed, which is more expensive at 50 Rupees, but you'll be given increased maximum hearts and stamina if you sleep in this bed. You'll still only earn one Pony Point, however. Eventually, you'll earn a reward that gets you a 50% discount at all stables, cutting the cost to 10 / 25 Rupees respectively.
Worth noting, but you won't earn Pony Points if you use any Sleepover Tickets that you've earned from helping Addison support those signs.
Complete Side Quests
At some stables, you'll be able to take on Side Quests that'll earn you some Pony Points. You'll also get additional rewards like Rupees too, so they're worth doing.
We've listed all of the Side Quests which you can earn Pony Points for below along with how many Pony Points and which stable you can find them at:
- An Uninvited Guest - Wetland Stable, Lanayru Wetlands (2 Pony Points)
- The Horse Guard's Request - Outskirt Stable, Hyrule Field (2 Pony Points)
- Piaffe Packed Away - Gerudo Canyon Stable, Gerudo Highlands (1 Pony Point)
- A Picture for... - All Stables (1 Pony Point per stable/picture)
Where can I spend Pony Points?
You can only spend Pony Points at the large stables across Hyrule, not the mini stables. However, you can earn Pony Points at the little stables — you'll just be prompted to redeem them elsewhere if you have enough for the next reward.
To spend your Pony Points, all you need to do is head inside the stable and stand on the right-hand side of the counter where a large book sits — the Pony Points Ledger. Examine it, and if you have enough points to redeem, you can select that option and get your reward. You'll also be told what the next reward is and how many points you need to earn to get it.
All Pony Points rewards
We've listed all of the rewards you can get for earning Pony Points below. To get all of the rewards, you need to earn a total of 60 Pony Points.
|Pony Points (Total)||Reward|
|3 Pony Points (3 in total)||Towing Harness|
|2 Pony Points (5 in total)||Horse-God Fabric|
|2 Pony Points (7 in total)||Malanya Bed|
|3 Pony Points (10 in total)||Register an additional horse|
|3 Pony Points (13 in total)||Traveler's Saddle + Traveler's Bridle|
|3 Pony Points (16 in total)||Mane-restyling service|
|4 Pony Points (20 in total)||Register an additional horse|
|3 Pony Points (23 in total)||Knight's Saddle + Knight's Bridle|
|3 Pony Points (26 in total)||Extravagant Saddle + Extravagant Bridle|
|4 Pony Points (30 in total)||Register an additional horse|
|5 Pony Points (35 in total)||Register an additional horse|
|5 Pony Points (40 in total)||50% discount on all stable fees|
|5 Pony Points (45 in total)||5x Sleepover Tickets|
|5 Pony Points (50 in total)||3x Endura Carrot|
|5 Pony Points (55 in total)||5x Sleepover Tickets|
|5 Pony Points (60 in total)||3x Endura Carrot|
How to farm Pony Points
It's not the cheapest way to do it, but if you're desperate to get your hands on all of those rewards early, then you can simply sleep at a stable over and over until you get all of them.
This won't be cheap of course — at 20 Rupees a pop (until you get the 50% discount), you'll need to earn money and fast. We've got some tips on how to get rich in our How To Get Rupees guide if you want to power through the Ledger rewards.
Gallop for those sweet, sweet rewards, and you'll have some lovely swag for your horse and some cheap places to stay. For more hints and tips, check out our full Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom walkthrough.
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