Horse Property For Sale in New Mexico, Horse Properties For Sale in NM

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.
Ideal Horse Property with Indoor and Outdoor Arena on 20 Acres

Edgewood, Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Incredible and serious horse property on 20 acres. Property Includes 36 X 36' Sweetwater barn, 17 X 120 7 - 8-stall shed-row barn, Large 130x 245 Outdoor Arena , 2 tack rooms, 80 X 120 Indoor Arena with great lighting package and many dump truck loads of soil that's easy on horse and rider,120 X 180' outdoor pipe roping arena for team or individual roping. All stalls have runs. Property includes a track for breezing horses. Property sits up on a rise with gorgeous views in all directions. Incredible 1250 sqft RV garage/shop. High Speed Internet. Whole Property Generator. Easy Maintenance Exterior makes for little maintenance.

Rey Fulwiler , Coldwell Banker Legacy Realtors

20.00 ACRES
3600 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Tularosa Springs Farm & Ranch

Aragon, Catron County, New Mexico

Owner/Broker sale. Tularosa Farm & Ranch is a 127 acre property situated in a lush, green, sub-irrigated Cienega at 6,200 feet altitude, bordering the gigantic 2,710,659 acres Gila National Forest. The ranch is about a 3 1/2 hours drive south-west of Albuquerque, NM. Our cattle drink from 3 natural springs year-round. For 6 months the Tularosa Creek runs through the ranch and offers itself as an additional watering source for our livestock. There are remains of Indian settlements to be found on the ranch.

Wolfgang Rempen , Rempen Enterprises, Inc. dba Ranch Pros Real Estate

127.00 ACRES
3500 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
8,000+ ac Ranch w/ riverfront, water rights and fertile ground for growing crop

Puerto de Luna, Guadalupe County, New Mexico

This sprawling 8,000+-acre working ranch, located in a historic, largely forgotten fertile New Mexico river valley where Native American settlers, Spanish explorers, and Billy the Kid trod overlapping paths, is a rare, water-rich relic of the wild American West. This enormous ranch is blessed with multiple sources of water, including an approximately four-mile-long stretch of the Pecos River with 122.8-acre-feet of water rights, its own flowing creek that waters 150 cows, and an enormous 400-acre veritable underground lake that provides subterranean irrigation to the trees, plants, grasses and bushes that grow above it. Along with multiple wells and springs, this property is unusually abundant in aqua. Currently operating as a horse and beef cattle ranch, Pecos Valley Ranch is ripe for its next incarnation as a private corporate/family retreat, greenhouse-based agricultural business, both, or something left to your imagination. Large fields, scenic rocky mesas, and the incredible gift of plentiful water from multiple sources create an oasis-like setting that is almost impossible to find in our drought-ridden times in any other part of the American southwest. The built environment on this large tract includes: historic stone relics from ages past; a large 5,000-sf double-sided owner’s home, each with four bedrooms and two bathrooms in an architect-designed high-ceilinged duplex composed of 2,500 square feet of living space on either side and constructed of solid double-thick adobe walls and massively beamed ceilings; a sprawling double-thick adobe-walled 5,400-sf guest hacienda with soaring beamed ceiling and 16 beds across six bedrooms, with a full bathroom attached to each bedroom. The hacienda also has a large common space with kitchen, dining room, half bathroom, storage space, enormous living room and outdoor dining table with stupendous views of the river valley. Altogether, this building sleeps up to 20 people in its current bedroom configuration; a 3,000-sf foreman’s home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms; five outbuildings, including two hay and equipment barns, one 3,000 sf, the other 1,500 sf; a 3,000-sf main shop; a 1,900-sf tack house; and a 450-sf cabin; 8,165 acres of fenced land divided into 12 pastures to enable rotational grazing. The owner has studied, honored, and invested in historic and traditional Spanish-Mexican hacienda building styles and has endeavored, with the help of a Santa fe-based architect, to design the buildings that populate this property in a manner that is authentic to its geography and the cultures that have dwelled in the region. Cottonwoods, tall sacaton grasses with roots deep into the ground, pinon, deer, wild turkeys, bobcats, foxes, coyotes, mountain lions, golden eagles, hawks/raptors, cranes, geese, trout, catfish, carp, red jasper, pottery shards, Clovis culture arrowhead points, and ancient petrified wood all call this exquisite, untouched river valley property their home, along with fewer than 200 neighboring human residents of the sleepy town of Puerto de Luna, named, as legend has it, by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado while he took in the beauty of the moonrise over these ancient hills. The area was cultivated in the middle of the 19th century by Spaniards, Mexicans, and Apache communities but was later eclipsed by the city of Santa Rosa to the north, when a railway line was installed there, bypassing Puerto de Luna. This left this lush river valley to Santa Rosa’s south largely forgotten as commerce rushed northward – and preserved it. The family that currently owns the property has been operating two businesses on it for some time: a 1,000-head Simmental x Angus x Akaushi beef cattle operation as well as a guest facility for travelers looking to experience the true American southwest on horseback, complete with branding, herding, and trail-riding opportunities. The latter business has been very successful in attracting primarily European visitors looking for an authentic Western experience in a purely natural environment. Over the years the owners have grown hemp, alfalfa, and other feed grasses/hays on their 400-500 acres of open fields and have also leased out part of their land holdings to other farmers and ranchers. On their horseback-riding adventures, wranglers at the ranch are able to take guests out every day of the week on a different three- to five-hour trail ride without needing to stray from the ranch’s own boundaries, including along old rocky stagecoach trails and a pathway named for Billy the Kid, who is known to have spent time in the area. Exquisite western and Native American-themed and -created artwork and artifacts decorate the houses, including 100-year-old Dine blankets, original large-scale paintings, and collections of rocks, stones, arrowheads, and animal skeletons found on the ranch. Everything was built “in the old ways,” according to the owner, a scientist who has loved this land and has honored the 20,000 years of history that Native Americans inhabited it. Under his stewardship, the property has won a conservation award for its work pruning away such invasive, non-native species as Russian olive and salt cedar trees; other than that, the property has been left as nature intended and has been disturbed very little.

Claudia Mardel , Keller Williams Santa Fe

8,000.00 ACRES
12000 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Luxury Lodge on 25 Acres

Aragon, Catron County, New Mexico

An equestrian's or any hunter's paradise in sought-after NM Elk Hunting Unit 16D, this home is entirely built from 12 inch logs. The ambiance is fascinating, fabulous views through large windows across green meadows and pine forests. From the 10'x40' covered porch listen to the Tularosa Creek running by the cabin day in, day out, year-round. The property encompasses a small local cemetery on 3 sides. Just past the highway entrance there is an apple and peach orchard. This property is at the head of the Tularosa Creek irrigation community, the creek runs through the property via a north irrigation ditch, a south irrigation ditch, and it runs through the middle of the property when the property is not being irrigated. There are 27.54 acre feet total of diversion water rights, and the two houses and the barn are supplied with Aragon Village water. Keep your horses, cattle, sheep or goats on irrigated ground, watered and fed! The property abuts private lands on all sides but the owners have a right of way easement to the Gila National Forest near its south-east corner which provides access to the hundreds of thousands of acres of the Gila Wilderness for hiking, hunting, horseback or ATV's.

Wolfgang Rempen , Rempen Enterprises, Inc. dba Ranch Pros Real Estate

25.00 ACRES
1440 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Rio Penasco Ranch Property

Mayhill, Otero County, New Mexico

A one of a property with a beautiful Custom Built Log home. Approximately 38 acres of grazing with the Rio Penasco running through property, second building that is used as an office , could also be a casita, and RV site, Various fruit trees, catchment pond with trout, water well and irrigation rights for total acreage. 1200 sq. ft metal barn, corrals, stalls, and working pens. Abundant wildlife, including elk, deer, and turkey. Run horses and cattle or just enjoy the fishing and wildlife.

Skip Pridemore , Gary Mack Real Estate

38.00 ACRES
2815 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Beautiful Lush Valley Land with breath taking mountain views!

Taos, Taos County, New Mexico

Absolutely beautiful lush valley land with breath taking mountain views. The property has 3 acequias(ditches) that feed this land plenty of water. They are recorded Pre-1907 surface water rights that could possibly be converted into Commercial water rights. There are approximately 152 acre feet of water. There are all 4 seasons here, so when the snow melts from the winter, this is picture perfect land with green grass, shade trees, & water sources. This property provides privacy away from busy streets that allows for tranquil living that is only 1.5 miles from the Taos Plaza. Some possible uses for the land are: "Land Conservation Easement", growing crops, grazing horses, ranching cattle, building a dream home, etc. Currently used for grazing.

Gina Encee , Coldwell Banker Legacy

63.50 ACRES
Horse Property for sale.
Equestrian Estate on 12.5 Acres

Flora Vista, San Juan County, New Mexico

Amazing and hard to find horse property, conveniently located between Farmington and Aztec in Northwest New Mexico! You'll love the weather in this location, with all four seasons, milder weather and close proximity to Colorado!

Teresa Hunt , Real Estate Pros

12.55 ACRES
2727 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Incredible Updated Ranch & Orchard in Alto, NM

Alto, Lincoln County, New Mexico

A wonderous mountain opportunity for outdoors lovers and horse owners alike. Positioned next to a gentle stream surrounded by trees and greenery away from busy roads. This spacious property has had multiple upgrades and improvements, both inside and out, such as improving the plumbing, electrical, lighting, and cleaning & sanitizing of the duct work/furnace. There is ample storage and a bonus basement. The quiet location of this property allows for privacy and incredible wildlife. The yard/green space has about 12 fruit trees (apple and pear) and wild asparagus can be found growing along the creek running aside this property. Multiple Horse Facilities and a workshop can be found a short walk off the large back deck. Come take a look at this phenomenal home in the forest.

Gavin Bigger , Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Enchanted Lands, REALTORS®

1.30 ACRES
2880 SQ FT
Horse Property for sale.
Rancho San Ignacio | 3,374± Acres

Sapello, San Miguel County, New Mexico

Rancho San Ignacio is a historic jewel in the heart of Northern New Mexico. The property consists of 3,374± deeded acres bordering the Santa Fe National Forest for nearly two miles. At the base of the iconic Hermit’s Peak, the adobe hacienda compound frames a spectacular backdrop. The Sapello River runs for two miles through the property, providing habitat for brown trout and water for the abundant wildlife, including elk, mule deer, and black bears. An acequia supplies irrigation for 103± acres of fertile farmland. Four miles of the Rito Colorado, Deer Creek, and Rito Chavez meander through the ranch. Initially purchased by Richard Pritzlaff in 1935, with subsequent additional purchases, the ranch was the headquarters of Mr. Pritzlaff’s world-renowned Arabian horse breeding program and his extensive art collection. The ranch was often a gathering place for area socialites and artists, including Georgia O’Keefe. The walls of the 1,300 square-foot bunkhouse are adorned with spectacular murals painted in the 1940s by the famous Native American artist Ma Pe Wi and meticulously restored in 2008. Mr. Pritzlaff was one of the first landowners in the area to recognize the need to protect the beauty and value of the natural environment. He donated the ranch to The Nature Conservancy, which subsequently sold it to the non-profit Biophilia Foundation. Under Biophilia’s stewardship, the ranch has been managed for conservation and demonstration of forest, meadow, and watershed management practices. Projects include forest thinning, prescribed fire, and riparian and stream enhancements to restore the land’s natural ecosystem processes.The thinning and prescribed burning projects were highly effective in limiting the effects of the 2022 wildfires, and the small portions that were affected are recovering nicely. The compound consists of the 4,400 square-foot hacienda, 1,700 square-foot guest house, and the mural-adorned bunkhouse, each over 100 years old. Extensive renovations occurred in 2005. There’s also a large shop/garage and carport. Three old wooden barns add charm to the setting under the dramatic backdrop of Hermit’s Peak.

Fay Ranches Land Brokerage , Fay Ranches Inc

3,374.00 ACRES
Horse Property for sale.
That Rare Piece of Mountain Property - bordering US NATIONAL FOREST - CANJILON

Canjilon, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

A rare piece of mountain property in the Canjilon - Mojote area for sale. Surrounded by US FOREST SERVICE on three boundaries, The property is surrounded by Carson National Forest, which offers hiking, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, four wheeling, and much more . This property has mature pinion, cedar, pine, and oak trees, pinon picking is great every 4 to 5 years. Deer, elk, turkey, are present all year round, this property qualifies for Elk and deer permits. Unit 51.Property has many sites for a New beautiful Cabin or Home either in the trees or the meadows and is a great place to set up a huge hunting camp for multiple seasons or hunts. A special irrigation system has been developed for the glass land. The Trout lakes and Canjilon lakes are just a few miles north of the property. Cross Country skiing in the winter is a possibility.

Emery Maez , The Maez Group

40.92 ACRES

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