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Ohio, known as the Buckeye state, is located in the Midwest United States as part of the Great Lakes region. Despite its smaller nature as only the 34th largest state in terms of landmass, Ohio is actually the 7th most populated state in the country with a population of approximately 11.6 million people.

The state of Ohio is well-known for a variety of reasons, including that it’s nicknamed as the “Mother of Presidents.” Seven presidents were born in Ohio and have called it their home. Ohio is also home to both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. In addition to that, Ohio has also given the country many ‘firsts,’ including the first city to have a professional fire department (Cincinnati), the first city to use police cars (Akron), the first city to be lighted electrically (Cleveland), the first professional baseball team (Cincinnati Reds), and also the first hot dog (made by Harry M. Stevens).

Ohio has a horse population of about 306,000, making it the 6th most populous state in the country when it comes to horses. It also has the 6th most horses per square mile in the country with 7.5 horses per square mile of land. Horse properties in Ohio are incredibly popular for a variety of reasons and one of those reasons is for the state’s tremendous outdoor beauty. Ohio features plenty of different horseback riding trails that offer scenic views.

If you’re looking for horse properties or horse farms in Ohio, please don’t hesitate to search through our listing of Ohio properties. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or get in touch with one of our real estate agents. We can’t wait to hear from you!

img Horse Population : Approximately 160,000
img Total Economic Impact: over $ -- billion
img Population : 11,464,042
img Land area : 40,948 sq. miles
img Capita : Columbus
img Counties: 88
img Highest Point : Campbell Hill:  1,550 feet
img Lowest Point : Ohio River: 433 feet
img 10 largest Cities :
 
  • Columbus: 730,657
  • Cleveland: 452,208
  • Cincinnati: 308,728
  • Toledo: 301,285
  • Akron: 210,795
  • Dayton: 158,873
  • Parma: 82,837
  • Youngstown: 81,469
  • Canton: 79,478
  • Lorain: 67,820

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