Can Horses Go Through Nether Portals

Horses are one of the oldest and most popular animals in Minecraft and for good reason. They’re speedy they can carry you and your inventory and most importantly they’re adorable. So it’s no surprise that many players want to know if their horse companions can follow them through a Nether Portal.

Horses are one of the oldest and most popular animals in Minecraft and for good reason. They’re speedy they can carry you and your inventory and most importantly they’re adorable. So it’s no surprise that many players want to know if their horse companions can follow them through a Nether Portal.

The answer is unfortunately no horses cannot go through Nether Portals. When a player attempts to gallop through with their horse the horse will just stop at the edge of the Nether Portal frame. If a player dismounts and tries to lead their horse through the horse will stay put and refuse to step through.

The reason horses can’t go through Nether Portals is because of their hitbox. If you’re not familiar with the term hitbox refers to the area around an entity that can be hit. For example a player’s hitbox is the space around them that can be attacked by mobs or players.

When it comes to horses their hitbox is just too large to fit through the Nether Portal frame.So if you’re hoping to take your horse with you on your Nether adventures you’ll just have to leave them behind. But don’t worry they’ll be waiting for you when you come back!

Can horses go through nether portals?

Yes horses can go through nether portals in the same way as players.

What happens to donkeys mules and llamas when they go through a nether portal?

Like horses donkeys mules and llamas can go through nether portals.

However once they are in the Nether they cannot return through the portal.

Can baby animals go through nether portals?

Yes baby animals can go through nether portals.

Do animals that are on leads come through the nether portal with the player?

Yes animals that are on leads come through the nether portal with the player.

Do tamed wolves come through nether portals with the player?

Yes tamed wolves come through nether portals with the player.

What happens to untamed animals when the player goes through a nether portal?

Untamed animals are left behind when the player goes through a nether portal.

What happens to named animals when the player goes through a nether portal?

Named animals are teleported to the Nether with the player.

What happens to player-owned animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their player-owned animals are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to tamed animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their tamed animals are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to leaded animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their leaded animals are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to baby animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their baby animals are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to donkeys mules and llamas when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their donkeys mules and llamas are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to untamed animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their untamed animals are left behind.

What happens to named animals when the player dies in the Nether?

When the player dies in the Nether their named animals are teleported back to the overworld.

What happens to player-owned animals when the player goes through a nether portal?

When the player goes through a nether portal their player-owned animals are teleported to the Nether with them.

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Enrica Zucca

An author and co-author of many articles on animals, mainly horses, Enrica Zucca has shared her knowledge on animal welfare with people over the globe. She belongs to the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences, Università degli Studi di Milano, Lodi, Italy.

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