If you crave the outdoor horseback adventure and thrill of the wild west, don on your cowboy hat, slip on your cowboy boots, and come to Cave Creek Arizona.
Cave Creek is located in the Sonoran Desert, Maricopa County. It boasts of warm weather, great outdoor events including - but not limited to - the signature Cave Creek Wild West Days, and endless choices for horse properties!
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Cave Creek Wild West Days - A Taste of West
The Cave Creek Wild West Days is a must-go-to event for every cowboy and cowgirl at heart of every age. Usually spanning over three to five days, the Wild West Days - held during the first week or weekend in November - is an annual event that celebrates the history and heritage of the town.
The event ushers in to town merchants, musicians, craftsmen from neighboring towns and counties, and different organizations, all contributing to the days-long entertainment and activities.
It is also during the Wild West Days that horse-loving residents of Cave Creek showcase some of their best-reared horses.
Horse Properties For Sale at Horse Friendly Cave Creek
Another unique character of Cave Creek is its horse friendly atmosphere. Horse properties may be all over other counties in Arizona. But none are as impressive and luxurious as some of those in Cave Creek. Quintessential of the authentic Arizona lifestyle, some Cave Creek properties are designed with a horse ranch and heated stable in mind, while some properties boast of a widely spanning equestrian field.
In addition to horse facilities, horse properties in Cave Creek mostly accommodate more than a single family. Of course, you can always find a small horse property that’s just right in size for your family. However, it is not uncommon to find horse properties with several ovens and island counters in large kitchens, horse properties with several patios, with spas and a swimming pool, sprawling gardens, and at least three bedrooms.
What To Consider In A Horse Property
There may be several horse properties in the listing which you think fits your budget. However, purchasing a horse property also includes careful consideration of what horses need.
1. Size of the Property
Laws in some states require a specific area for horses. Most states require at least 2.5 acres for a single horse. If you plan on having two horses, then you'll have to purchase a piece of land that should be roughly around 5 acres.
2. Landscapes and Location
Foals are best reared on sprawling land and not on rocky hills and steep inclines. This makes Cave Creek terrain just the perfect landscape and location for rearing horses.
Another thing to consider is the relative distance between the property to the city's or town's key establishments. Your horses will need the space away from the hustle and bustle of town. However, you also need to consider that you'll need to run errands, go to work, shop, and socialize, too. Plus, you have to make sure you're within safe driving distance to the nearest vet in cases of emergencies.
Find a property that both provides the horse what it needs to be reared comfortably, and a property that makes living easy for you and your family.
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