Completely agreeing with everyone here. I am going to add a couple things though.
Back to the OP, do you have the funds to pay for an emergency vet bill if a problem arises? Although you say you have "proper fences not barbed wire", the vast majority of horses are accident-prone and you will more than likely have to call the vet on more than one occasion. As an example, my family spent a few thousand on vet bills just this past November and my horse still did not make it through the night. But did we do the best we could for her at the time? Yes, and that's a responsibility you take on as a horse owner. You also have to take into consideration the vaccines, annual checks, and farrier bills... not to mention the cost of hay. Horse ownership is a huge commitment, both financially and time-wise, particularly if you're keeping them at home.
If you "just love horses", I would strongly suggest taking some lessons, then leasing, and then, if you still love horses and are able to safely and responsibly own a horse... then go for it.
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