This beautiful ranch is approximately 470± acres and a wonderful mix of improved pastures, native pasture, and thick wooded areas.
"Oh what sport to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight!" Perhaps no sound signals the winter holiday season in America more than a spirited rendition of the song "Jingle Bells."
Equestrian photographer Anett Mindermann shares the story behind the lens of this winter's cover of LAND magazine, in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon!
A stunning wilderness property nestled within a valley of the West Elk Wilderness of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Smith Fork Ranch was assembled and designed by Ghurka leather goods founder Marley Hodgson.
Amidst the bustling communities of Denton County lies a true equestrian paradise that is unparalleled in quality and distinction.
Occupying a ten-acre estate on the slopes leading down to the Pacific Coast enclave of Encinitas, California, this equestrian property offers a turnkey operation in the heart of Southern California horse country.
Ash Pond Estate, which was first listed on Lands of America on June 16, melds an architect's sensibility for design and balance within the spectacular landscape of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
This week's spotlight listing is a 190-acre ranch property located among the foothills of California's Sierra Nevadas, southeast of Sacramento and to the west of Yosemite National Park.
A Madison County farm with views of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, this 212-acre property is on the doorstep of some of the state's prettiest scenery.
Starbucks Ojai Valley Ranch sits amidst South California's beautiful Ojai Valley, a popular weekend getaway for Los Angelenos. The property features an acclaimed income-producing equestrian center as well as a beautifully designed custom home by a local architect.
This week's property spotlight is of a beautifully maintained horse farm in Butler County, Pennsylvania. The 31-acre rural retreat was listed on October 15 through Elaine Shetler-Libent of the Elaine Shetler Libent Real Estate Group.
The equine industry has exploded in the North Texas corridor traveling north on highway 377 leading out of the Dallas area from Aubrey to Whitesboro.
News broke last week that Bill Gates purchased two empty lots of land adjacent to his Wellington, Florida, equestrian estate ...
This is a season of regeneration at Calumet Farm, Lexington’s sprawling 91-year-old thoroughbred nursery. In the three years since billionaire landowner Brad Kelley’s Calumet Investment Group paid $35.9 million for the operation, Kelley has pumped money—and horses—into restoring a property many consider the crown jewel of the bluegrass.