Dream Farm: Go Galloping on Your Own Training Track

Some of our horses can run like the wind.  Or bolt like the wind.  Some of our horses also barely want to get out of first gear (A walk?  Nah I’m good, I don’t do that *throws head down and stuffs face with grass through the bit*).

Even at a slow trot, though, our horses are still faster than us (for the most part).  It’s that harnessing of power that’s alluring.  When we have even a slow canter, the feeling can be exhilarating.  Then, when we get to the gallop, it’s the wind in your face and the Black Stallion memories that come flooding.  Woohoo, let’s go!

It can be hard to find a good place to really gallop, or get a decent canter set in, due to possible holes in grass fields, your horse deciding that a field is a fun place to be a deer and bolt for home, and uneven footing.  In an arena, the turns can be too small and tight. With this property, though, you have your own 5/8 mile racetrack to walk, trot, gallop, whatever you want.  Heck, set up jumps on the track and jump them!  Black Stallion here we come!

620 NW 114th St, Ocala, FL (Marion County)

The main home has a pool and a cabana.  Meanwhile, the barns offer 68 stalls total.

Simply tell your significant other that you’ll only use four or five stalls, and then get lots of bay or brown horses and they won’t be able to tell the difference when the numbers increase!

The track is 5/8 mile.

It’s so gorgeous, it deserves two photos!  There is also a riding arena.

Turnout is incredibly ample.  The property sits on 163 acres — plenty of space.

The main house has lots of entertaining options, including this main theater.

The guest house also is luxurious, and there are also barn apartments for staff.

Make sure you thank everyone for their hard work by inviting them poolside!

This property is listed for $4,600,000.  All photos by Ocala Horse Properties.  To view the full listing, click here.

Jumper Nation assumes no liability for the validity of the information in this sale listing.  We always recommend consulting your realtor and conducting a complete home inspection.

Go Jumping (and dreaming)!