Montana Horse Properties For Sale, Equestrian Farms
The horse is an intrinsic part of the Montana’s history and is used by everyone from cowpokes to cowpunks.
Find Just The Right Montana Horse Property
Lazy J Ranch, Three Forks, Montana – Almost 200 Acres – $10,995,000 – MLS 366801 – Designed Around Horses!
The Lazy J River Ranch with close to 200 acres surrounded by large ranches, a mile of Jefferson River, and sweeping views of 5 mountain ranges will allure the outdoor enthusiast who seeks adventure, peace and tranquility.
Home – River – Horse Barn – Workshop – Apartment – Fencing
As one of Montana’s finest “recreational” ranches set in the charming, western town of Three Forks, home to 4 blue ribbon rivers, Copper City Biking, Headwaters State Park, the Lazy J river ranch will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark.
Your modern Scandinavian complex was deliberately designed to connect your soul to nature with seamless indoor/outdoor spaces, trails through rich riparian and wooded areas teeming with upland birds, big game, fox, beaver and private river access to enjoy its boundless beauty.
Whether you’re an equestrian, angler, hunter or just want respite from the world, The Lazy J Ranch will certainly enchant. Not many places remain where you can live off the land, fish from your shores or saddle up and ride into town for a burger/beer.
No Zoning. No Covenants. Just Freedom. Minutes to Bozeman and our international Airport.
Montana’s geography is made for the horse, which is still used in sheepherding and for rounding up Montana’s cattle.
Did you know that white horses are rare? – A “smiling” horse is actually a horse sniffing the air.
Southwest Montana offers many opportunities for riding on easy, rural trails or on challenging, mountain terrain.
Did you know that a Montana-raised horse named Spokane won the Kentucky Derby in 1889 and in record time? (This was back when the Derby was 1.5 miles. In 1896, the Derby distance was reduced to 1.25 miles).
In 1968, 31,000 acres were set aside in Montana, by Interior Secretary Morris Udall, to establish the nation’s first horse protective enclave, Montana’s Pryor Mountain National Wild Horse Range, south of Billings, Montana.
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