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    12-31-2012, 01:30 AM
Leasing Horse Property


I'm new here and looking for advice. I've been a horse lover/owner all my life, but have not had to board a horse for 30 years. I recently lost my farm (economy/divorce) and dread the thought of being separated from my two horses. I have been searching the net trying to find horse property that I can lease where we can all live together, but all I come up with is boarding facilities. I am looking to lease a property, not a stall. I don't need anything fancy--my horses are long retired--just a house, pasture and run-in shelter would do (though a barn would be nice). Does anyone know of any websites that cater to farm/ranch LEASES? There are plenty of rural real estate sites out there, but they only offer properties for sale.

I am in the southeast and would prefer to stay here, but I will move for my horses and the right property. Thanks for you help.

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