Horsemanship has been a part of American culture since the first settlers arrived from Europe. Over the following centuries, however, pockets of fine equestrian culture have distinguished themselves more than others across the nation. If you’re looking for an equestrian farm for sale, check out the most desirable equestrian farm locations in the U.S.
Middleburg, VA looks much like the English countryside, with its stone walls, lush fields, and exquisite estates. It’s also the location of the oldest horse show in America: the Upperville Colt and Horse Show.
North Salem, NY
North Salem, NY is a village of around 5,200 people and home to many equestrian farms. The village prides itself on its more than 100 miles of protected trails, world-class equestrian facilities, and equestrian hunts.
Ocala, FL has more than 1,200 equestrian farms. Plus, its average January daytime temperature is 70 degrees Fahrenheit, making it perfect for equestrian enthusiasts from northern climes to enjoy a winter—or anytime—ride.
Southern Pines, NC
Southern Pines, NC is perfect for horsemen and -women who prefer not to travel with the seasons. Southern Pines has such a mild climate and ideal, sandy footing that year-round horsing is a dream. The Sandhills Preserve and Carolina Horse Park also help give the area the nickname “Horse Country.”
Bowling Green, KY
Bowling Green, KY is perfectly located near three cities of importance in the equestrian world: Louisville KY and home of The Kentucky Derby http://www.kentuckyderby.com/ at Churchill Downs, Lexington KY, considered the “Horse Capitol of the World”, and Nashville TN (home of the first American-born-and-bred horse to win the English Derby, the Iroquois). It’s also home to a beautiful, 129-acre equestrian farm for sale with stables and plenty of grazing space. This valuable equestrian farm will be available at luxury no reserve absolute auction on June 6th. To participate in this rare event, call Supreme Auctions at (866) 929-2243 or send your questions via email.
Woodside, CA has enjoyed a thriving equestrian culture since the 1800s and elaborate trail systems cover the area. It’s also one of the wealthiest small towns in America, however, so the average equestrian farm will cost you $13 million.
If you’re looking for an equestrian farm in a place with a thriving equestrian culture, these are the places to look! Whether you favor mild winter riding, cool summers, flat, sandy terrain, or challenging mountain trails, you can find it in the U.S.