In “World of Warcraft Classics,” riding is not a trivial matter. In a game that can challenge a few silvers, even a basic 40-level installation costs 80 WoW Classic Gold . Everything except your own race mount needs to buy the reputation of the faction, which is harder to get in Classic, so your choices may be limited.
The equipment is bundled, so others can buy your mount for you (deliver discounts, or just because they are real, really, very good friends.) If your friend is willing to buy you an epic level 60 mount, It will return them to 1000 gold coins, minus the faction discount. The 40 and 60 riding skills also cost 20 gold coins each.
To purchase a seat aside from the base seat related to your face, you will need to enjoy the standing of WoW Classic within the capital city from the race. So if you are not human, but you’re an alliance, so you want to learn to ride a horse, then you will want to be exalted in Stormwind. Only the amounts of one’s camp are accessible for you, plus some have race restrictions. Only dwarves and gnomes can purchase Mechanicostriders, and Tauren may ride kudos and wolves. Even if someone buys the amount to suit your needs, you will always need to have the best reputation from the right camp to obtain the skills to make use of it.
Paladins and Warlocks, we have good news: you can get a 40-level base from the quest instead of buying items that require riding skills with Cheap WoW Classic Gold alone.
These are all mounts in the WoW Classic Phase One. Other mounts will be available at a later stage, including PvP mounts, level 60 paladins and warlock mission mounts, and mounts associated with the opening of the Ahn’Qiraj raid instance.