Equestrian properties Horse properties are a tough sell in this recessed market - 5 acres to 100 acres- not big boarding facilities, not fancy stud farms, just horse properties. Nice homes on acreage. A few "ponies" in the pasture, perhaps a riding arena, solid barn, good fencing, maybe even dirt roads (though county maintained) so you can ride off into the sunset but be home in time for dinner. Some are serious horse owners. They have a true commitment to "winning" with their horse at whatever discipline they have chosen - showing, rodeo, dressage, reining, jumping and so on. Others have these four legged, nickering, grass eating machines in their pastures just for the beauty of them. Whatever thepurpose or the reason, horse properties used to sell. Now where have all the buyers gone? Doesn't anyone need a home for themselves and the parade of horses, dogs and cats that have attached themselves to you over the years? I do not know where to advertise my many horse properties, anymore. I have listings on 20 acres with views and spacious home; a 5 acre parcel with great awesome views and great grass; 80 acre luxury horse property with indoor (heated) and outdoor arena and exceptionally beautiful home & matching barn; a city horse property with 5 acres and a wonderfully remodeled 3 bedroom ranch house with access to everything only minutes away; a charming but unusual home on 25+ acres surrounded by buttes and views but only 10 minutes from the interstate. I have the listings but where are the buyers? Certainly... there is a horse owner somewhere in the United States that would like a great horse property in Colorado - call me - I have many and I would love to show and sell one to you today or at least give me an idea for getting lookers or buyers. July 26 2010 - Colorado Springs00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.