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Re: [RC] OT - horse property realtors? - Michael Lewis

To piggyback on Marlene's message...  How many folks are there in the
Texas Hill Country?  Is there ANY horse land that is reasonable in that

I am a Texan, but have really enjoyed the times I've spent in North
Carolina.  Not sure what land prices are like, but being in the military
(with follow-on career as a college professor and running coach,
hopefully, in about 9 years) don't imagine that I'll be in the "medium
to high end horse property" range.  Can anyone comment on land prices
for horse properties in the Texas Hill Country, NC, or north Alabama

Ideally would move back to TX, but would love hills for our young horses
to grow up on and just imagine that land prices are ridiculous anywhere
near "university towns".


On Fri, 2008-12-12 at 09:23 -0700, Marlene Moss wrote:

I was wondering if there are any realtors out there who handle medium
to high end horse properties?  Could you email me at Marlene (at)
LosPinos-CO (dot) com.



Now off to do my 5th ride on an 8yo polish arab gelding I got from a
rescue.  He’s solidly built and seems to have a good mind.  Not that I
needed another horse, but he was so nicely built I just couldn’t leave
him behind!  And can’t complain about a mature horse that has never
been ridden.





Marlene Moss

www.LosPinos-CO.com - Boarding, Sales and More

www.KineticEquineAnalysis.com - Saddle Fitting



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[RC] OT - horse property realtors?, Marlene Moss