Find horse property for lease through sites such as LoopNet.com, NewHorse.com and HorseTrader.com, as of 2015. Each site includes listings that include the total size and features of the land as well as leasing costs, with some offering tools to search for listings in different regions. Another option is to check with local equestrian societies and organizations, as they often maintain regional websites or publications.Continue Reading
LoopNet.com offers listings on a variety of commercial property types, including land ideal for use by horses and related businesses. Each listing includes pictures of the property along with a map view of the land, a description of the features on site and the official zoning for the land. Rent varies according to the property.
NewHorse.com and HorseTrader.com both offer sections specializing in horse property rentals. The number and variety of listings available on the sites vary over time, meaning that some states may not contain any current listings. Some listings also include details about sale options. Most entries contain pictures of the properties, though neither site makes it a requirement.
Regional horse enthusiast groups or organizations often offer their own publications for members, which may include details about land for sale. They may also know of local real estate agents who specialize in horse property.Learn more about Real Estate