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About New Mexico

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New Mexico

New Mexico is also usually considered one of the Mountain States. With a population density of 16 per square mile, New Mexico is the sixth-most sparsely inhabited U.S. state.

Formerly a Spanish colony after conquistadors arrived in the 16th century, then a Mexican colony until the Mexican-American War of the 1840s, and then an American territory until New Mexico achieved statehood in 1912, New Mexico still has a large native Spanish-speaking population as well as many Native American communities, offering a unique culture that clearly stands apart from that of other states.

Spanish is the official second language. New Mexico has a fantastic natural scenery, a major fine arts scene centered around Santa Fe, great outdoor recreational opportunities, and a distinctive regional cuisine.

Understanding New Mexico starts with grasping the overpowering importance of two of its geological features: the Rio Grande, which bisects the state north to south, and the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountains, southernmost range of the Rocky Mountains and a part of the same large-scale geological structure that produces the Rio, the "Rio Grande rift." The eastern third of the state is an extension of the Great Plains both geographically and culturally and has more in common with the western parts of Texas and Oklahoma than with the rest of New Mexico.

The New Mexico horse industry produces goods and services valued at $503 million. The national industry has a $759 million impact on the New Mexico economy when the multiplier effect of spending by industry suppliers and employees is taken into account. 91,100 New Mexicans are involved with horses, either as horse owners, service providers, employees, or volunteers. Even more participate as spectators. The New Mexico horse industry directly provides 35,700 full-time equivalent jobs. Spending by suppliers and employees (in New Mexico and other states) generates additional jobs in New Mexico for a total employment impact of 45,000. There are 147,000 horses in New Mexico, over 60 percent of which are involved in showing and recreation.

  New Mexico in Numbers :
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img Horse Population : Approximately 65,000
img Total Economic Impact: $ -- billion
img Capital : Santa Fe
img Population : 1,928,384
img Land area : 121,356 sq. miles
img Counties : 33
img Highest Point : Wheeler Peak:  13,161 feet
img Lowest Point : Red Bluff lake : 2,817 feet
img 10 largest Cities:
 
  • Albuquerque: 494,236
  • Las Cruces: 82,671
  • Santa Fe: 70,631
  • Rio Rancho: 66,599
  • Roswell: 45,199
  • Farmington: 43,161
  • Alamogordo: 36,245
  • Clovis: 33,357
  • Hobbs: 29,006
  • Carlsbad: 25,300
 
$2,500,000
Horse Property for sale.
Exquisite Equestrian Estate - "Hacienda De Caballo"

Edgewood, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Laura Barber , Sotheby's International Realty

79.72 AC
9 BR
8 BA
9775 SQ FT
 
$300,000
Horse Property for sale.
Corrales Horse Property

Corrales, Sandoval County, New Mexico

Marilyn Eifert , Q Realty

1.94 AC
- BR
- BA
1369 SQ FT
 
$1,975,000
Horse Property for sale.
A special gated horse property with access to miles of trails

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Darlene Streit , Sothebys International Realty - 326 Grant Avenue Santa Fe NM 87501 - 505.988.2533

20.42 AC
6 BR
6 BA
4317 SQ FT
 
$1,350,000
Horse Property for sale.
Double Eagle Ranch. Home of Kentucky Derby winner "Mind That Bird"

Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico

Charlotte Thompson , BHHS Enchanted Lands Realtors

25.00 AC
4 BR
4 BA
3739 SQ FT
 
$2,200,000
Horse Property for sale.
Impeccable Stewardship and Sustainability

Taos, Taos County, New Mexico

Karen Todd , Engel & Voelkers Taos

27.30 AC
5 BR
4 BA
5168 SQ FT
 
$79,500
Horse Property for sale.
Horse Property with views

Rio Rancho, Sandoval County, New Mexico

Christine Landers , Amazing Properties

2.25 AC
- BR
- BA
- SQ FT
 
$7,500,000
Horse Property for sale.
RD Hubbard Crystal Springs Farm

Tularosa, Otero County, New Mexico

Dwain Nunez , Chas S Middleton and Son, LLC

155.13 AC
8 BR
5 BA
- SQ FT
 
$899,000
Horse Property for sale.
Gated Equestrian Community

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Margaret "Maggie" Chavez , Santa Fe Trail Realty, LLC.

18.77 AC
4 BR
4 BA
4447 SQ FT
 
$825,000
Horse Property for sale.
Looking for a place to ride? This is it!! Borders Gila National Forest!!!!

Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico

Dale Spurgeon , Action Realty

100.00 AC
3 BR
2 BA
3082 SQ FT
 
$480,000
Horse Property for sale.
Castle Rock Park Horse Farm

Quemado, Catron County, New Mexico

Wolfgang Rempen , Rempen Enterprises, Inc. dba New Mexico Ranch Pros

12.88 AC
3 BR
3 BA
3400 SQ FT

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