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Horse Property For Sale in New Mexico


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 :
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
Horse Property for sale.
Luxury Equestrian Compound with Endless Views

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Luxury equestrian compound with endless views. 25 acres in the Tesuque foothills, nestled against National Forest, with unobstructed 360 views. Beautifully appointed 3,278 square foot main house boasts timeless details and finishes to accent artful living inside and out. Cascading rock gardens, landings and portals, lead you to the private dog park, wine cellar, bocce court and inviting 838 square foot guest house. There is also a stunning meditative vista, perfect to enjoy the sweeping views. Custom Equestrian features include private gated access, MD Barn Master with classic Quade Glass sliding track doors, Geothermal solar, propane & generator back up heating. Rubber aisle pavers, 4 stalls with heated waterers, private wash stall and a 288 square foot heated tack room lounge with bathroom, wet bar, including radiant and mini-split systems. Beautiful open air arena with sweeping views surrounded by a personal trail system. Additionally there is a 3-stall barn with turnouts near the main house with tack room and access to national forest. Gated private entry, main house security system, 5-car garages, office/personal gym, and beautiful courtyards and vista views throughout the property. Request your personal tour for further details.

Amber Williams , Santa Fe Properties

25.00 ACRES
4116 SQ FT


Sold Sep 2022

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Equestrian property minutes to Downtown Santa Fe with big views and acreage

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

This 72-acre equestrian estate is an irreplaceable property enjoying views of multiple mountain ranges from the heart of Arroyo Hondo. Designed by local architectural icon Betty Stewart, its inviting single-level adobe main residence features three bedrooms, American Clay and Plaster walls, new redbrick floors, and exceptional finishes throughout. Filled with natural light, the open-plan cook’s kitchen, living room, and dining room is warmed by a fireplace and opens to two breezy portales and sunny courtyards. The hallmark of the property is an incomparable horse facility with a four-stall barn, wash and grooming bays, a tack room with a half bath, and a fenced and covered riding arena. The acreage also includes a private well; an airy, open art studio with a three-quarter bath; and a stylish guesthouse or additional studio with a bedroom, a kiva fireplace, a full bath, and a versatile open space that could serve a variety of purposes, including a recreation room or office.

Matt Rieland , Sotheby's International Realty

72.37 ACRES
4324 SQ FT
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Rio Rancho, Sandoval County, New Mexico

The possibilities are endless with this property! Custom Home On 1 Acre with VIEWS and ready for horses with stalls. Home features an Open Floor Plan with 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 3 car garage. Main level has spacious light filled living area, Kitchen with 9.3 x 3.8 walk-in pantry and open to 16.10 x 14.4 Dining area. Owners' suite with full bath - separate tub and shower, plus 2 more bedrooms on this main floor. Lower level - which could be an in-law suite or separated office has a bedroom, full bath, and 32.2 x 15.10 Family/Rec Room. COME SEE AND LET YOUR DREAMS PLANS BEGAIN!

Jan DeMay , Coldwell Banker Legacy

1.00 ACRES
3167 SQ FT
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299 Dawson Rd property has over 26 acres incl 2 houses barn / workshop all fenced

Capitan, Lincoln County, New Mexico

Unique property has two houses that have both been stuccoed. Serene scenery with so much to offer incl dog kennels w sleeping quarters behind (could open dog sitting biz) Main home has custom cabinets and granite Second home was a manufactured home but has been deactivated and is now real property with its own septic Very private property with so much space to ride horses, the historical Fort Stanton also has great riding trails and is only 30 min away!!

Ursula Cooley , ColdwellBankerSDC

26.75 ACRES
3568 SQ FT
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Stunning 10.87 acre Equestrian Estate

Veguita, Socorro County, New Mexico

Stunning 10.87 acre equestrian estate located in the heart of Veguita! This amazing property is fully fenced, entrance lined with cottonwood trees, a 3,054sf main house with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas. an attached garage and a 2,380sf barn with state of the art horse facilities! Temperature controlled barn hosts 8 horse stalls, a tack room and bunk room with kitchen and bath. Horses will love the round pen, 4 horse walker or the access to the river from the trail banks! Tractor with attachments and a 4 wheeler weed sprayer included to take care of the 8 irrigatable acres! Enjoy evenings in the fully furnished main home cooking dinner in the chef's kitchen or soaking in the hot tub from the screened patio! Brand new evaporative cooler!

Joe Maez , The Maez Group

10.87 ACRES
3054 SQ FT
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Small Working Ranch on 120 Acres with 313 Acre BLM Lease

Prewitt, Cibola County, New Mexico

This is it! Your dreams come true! This small working ranch has it all. The home and barn are situated on 20 acres with a few stalls and plenty of space for an arena and more stalls. The remainder of the property is located across the road. In addition to the 120ac of deeded land is a 313-acre BLM livestock lease. The 2,270sf log home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, tongue-and-groove walls and ceilings, a fruit orchard, outdoor pond, and tons of privacy! There are TWO wells on this property, one for the house, and a well across the road for the livestock, which also has an approx. 1,000gal holding tank and drinker. A terrific location for any outdoors'man', minutes from Grants, an hour-and-a-half from Albuquerque, and close to Bluewater Lake. There is plenty to do right outside your door! From hunting to fishing or hiking, riding, or taking your ATV out on the back roads, you will LOVE this set-up!!

Heather Porter , Re/Max Elegance

120.00 ACRES
2270 SQ FT
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Peaceful Mountain Property with Great Vistas

Gallina, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

A main house and guest house on a 20 acre tract of land, with a pond, a well, natural irrigation, and amazing views, that borders forest land is beyond words. Both homes set on the side of the hill and have no nearby neighbors. The main house is a little more secluded. This manufactured home is only a year old. The open concept home is very inviting and a pleasure to experience. It has many upgrades. The guest house is an older, single wide, with a beautiful front porch to enjoy the ever changing views. Everyday is a new visual experience. A walk inside this home will be a pleasant surprise. The antique cooking range is unbelievable. Both homes share a well. Besides the two extraordinary homes, the phenomenal views, the availability of water, there is also plenty of space for planting a garden. In fact there is also a small greenhouse that could easily be repaired and be very productive. There are no covenants or restrictions. Then there are thousands of acres of forest land that sets behind both homes. Get your horse and enjoy the forestland or ride the trails with a four wheeler or bikes. This is a must see compound that is sure to impress. All buyers must be prequalified, by a mortgage lender or be able to show proof of funds, in order to view this remarkable compound.

Emery Maez , The Maez Group

19.99 ACRES
2872 SQ FT
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Ranching retreat near Ramah, NM includes custom home & 3,600 sqft workshop

Ramah, Cibola County, New Mexico

Ranching retreat! Package deal including custom homestead ranch house with adjoining tracts = 222 acres of peaceful living! Gorgeous aspen tongue and groove ceilings crown the great room and expansive kitchen, complete with stainless steel Jenn Air appliances. Built-in speakers inside and out plus streaming antenna keep you connected to the outside world. Spacious ranch living with additional living quarters possible in gleaming 90'x40' barn/workshop/RV garage complete with .75 bath and wood stove. There is rainwater/snow melt water catchment system with four 5,000-gallon water tanks, state-of-the-art water treatment system with filtration and UV treatment w/solar thermal hydronic system for heat. Landowner tag for mature bull elk may be obtained for Game Management Unit 12. Every aspect of the ranch is in immaculate condition, with corrals, loafing sheds, tack room, dirt tank. Deer, turkey, antelope, bear & cougar hunting in-season in game unit 12 with proper licensing. 222.56 acres made up of 4 fenced/cross fenced contiguous tracts within the gated James Valley Ranch. Beautiful 3,200 sq.ft. custom ranch house and 3,600 sq.ft. workshop for all your toys & equipment. Easy access off Highway 53 just west of El Malpais National Monument, just east of El Morro. Albuquerque International Sunport 125 miles. Package deal includes Tracts, 12, 13A, 14, 15 and 13B. Total taxes 4,077.58. GEO: 34.93683, -108.24179. Pre-approval/proof of funds required for showing.

Carrie Polk , Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Mexico Properties

222.00 ACRES
3200 SQ FT
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Riconada Farm: Beautiful home, orchard, permanent pasture, and water rights!

Lemitar, Socorro County, New Mexico

8.62 Acres of Irrigated Pasture, Home, and Pre-1907 Water Rights in Lemitar, NM. Located 8 miles NE of Socorro and one hour from Albuquerque, NM. COMMENTS: This property offers it all! Beautiful refurbished home, huge orchard, permanent pasture, and ancient water rights! This farm would be perfect for horses. The entrance is lined with big standing cottonwood trees and throughout the property. Endless variety of fruit trees, grape vines, afghan pines, and many other unique plants. This is an excellent opportunity to own a hard-to-find property in a quiet farming community. IMPROVEMENTS: The home is 1,607-sf of living space. The 3-bedroom, 1 bath, has a modern farm style kitchen with custom maple wood cabinets and a farmhouse sink. Floor is tile, maple, pine, oak, and bamboo. Double paned windows throughout. In the winter, this creates passive solar heat in the dining area. The stick-built house has plyboard wrapping all around to make the home extra energy efficient. Exterior walls are stucco, and the roof is metal with 24-inch overhang. The home is heated with propane heaters and a beautiful fireplace. Ceiling fans in each room. Screened in porch, 2 car-carport, several outbuildings. The yard has Bermuda grass and is decorated with a small desert garden. WATER: There is a Declaration of Ownership of Water Rights of surface waters perfected prior to March 1907, in the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District on file with the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer. The Diversion amount is 25.86 acre-feet, and the consumptive use amount is 18.102 acre-feet per year. The residence is on community water. ORCHARD: Several types of apples, cherry, plum, apricot, pear, prune, nectarine, peach, and others, including grapes. The orchard and pasture are irrigated at the same time. ELEVATION: 4635 feet ANNUAL TAXES: The total taxes on this farm in 2021 were $1,195. SCHOOLS: The Midway elementary school in Polvadera is 2 miles away from the farm and the nearest high school is 8 miles away in Socorro. New Mexico Tech is an undergraduate and graduate university specializing in science and engineering education and research. Shown by appointment only and must be qualified to view the property. AREA ATTRACTIONS: -There is nothing better than fresh New Mexico chile produced in the rich farmlands of the Rio Grande, and the Socorro area has many local family farmers who raise more than five varieties of green chile. -Bosque del Apache offers unique bird and wildlife viewing opportunities. -Box Canyon is a popular site for camping, hiking, and rock climbing. -City of Socorro rodeo, sports complex, parks and recreation provide leisure activities for the entire family. -Escondida lake park offers fishing and camping, RV hookups, tent sites, bathrooms and potable water. -Night Sky Stargazing at the observatory on the New Mexico Tech campus. -Fort Craig, established in 1854, was one of the largest and most important frontier forts in the West and played a crucial role in Indian campaigns and the Civil War. -The Garcia Opera House is located at 110 Abeyta Avenue West in Socorro, NM. It is a National Historic Site and is owned and operated by the Garcia Opera House Foundation. -Flanking the Plaza in Socorro’s historic district, the beautiful Isidro Baca Park honors Socorroans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. -The Joseph R. Skeen library has 600,000 books, periodicals, government documents, microforms, maps, videos and computer files on the northeast corner of the Tech campus. -The Very Large Array (VLA) comprises 27 radio telescopes in a “Y” pattern spread across the plains of San Agustin 50 miles west of Socorro. -The spectacular Macey Center houses art of all kinds. Home to the New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series it is host to live performances from national acts which hail from all over the country. -Enjoy golfing at the golf course of NM Tech, sporting an 18-hole championship layout of rolling hills, dramatic elevation changes, and dynamic views of the Rio Grande Valley.

Randell Major , Major Ranch Realty

8.62 ACRES
1607 SQ FT
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Horse property with income possibilities

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

This property is a gem! Created by an amazing artist you can feel the love that was poured into this sanctuary. Each detail has a story and invites the visitor to pause and admire the beauty. The property has a main house, a round two story guesthouse and a casita which is metered separately, a tipi that is rentable as well as a couple of outbuildings. Most of it is passive solar but wood stoves and electric stoves help to keep the houses warm in the winter. It also has three individual power poles and an RV camping spot. The individual houses of the sanctuary have been rented as AirBnB as well as long term and make this property an income producing business opportunity as well as a retreat with flourishing gardens, fruit and other trees and lush vegetation which is rare for this area of New Mexico. A sweat lodge, a 3 acres foot well plus supplemental well and a spring that borders the property attracts all kinds of beautiful birds and wildlife which adds to the magic of this place. From the arroyo at the bottom of the property you can hike or ride on horseback behind the house along the arroyo for quite some distance. You may find some old pottery chards and other treasures that speak of the past of Native Americans having lived in this area. Even an old Kiva is part of the property! There is a corral for horses; the property is partially fenced for horses and is completely fenced to keep your dogs in safely.

Claudia Mardel , Keller Williams Santa Fe

10.13 ACRES
3520 SQ FT

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