Itching to spend a few million dollars on a luxury equestrian estate befitting your magnificent horses?
Three gems are on the market at the moment, but your pockets will have to be deep to afford them.
The most expensive, at $US12.2 million, is in Lewisboro, New York.
This 52-acre property is nestled among rolling hills and offers many amenities, including indoor and outdoor arenas and a derby field.
It borders the 4500-acre Pound Ridge Reservation with miles of trails.
The property offers stalls for 50 horses and accompanying fenced pastures and paddocks.
An outdoor ring is ideal for jumping and dressage, while the derby field incorporates softly rolling terrain among fences.
Another riding field includes several cross-country jumps. The indoor areas can accommodate a dressage ring or jumps course. Overlooking the acres of pasture, the colonial-style residence is discretely sighted from the equestrian facility.
A cottage offers housing for a caretaker, clinician or guests.
If the west coast is more to your liking, Vista Del Rio in Santa Ynez, California, is on the market for $US6.1 million.
The magnificent hacienda sits at the end of an impressive tree-lined drive with views of the surrounding mountains and hillside.
Featuring an old world red tile roof, stucco exterior and a wood-beamed ceiling, the home boasts a dramatic portico entry leading to the great room with French doors opening to the patios.
A European-style 20-stall barn offers every amenity with exceptional detail.
The guest house, ranch apartment, manager’s house and utility buildings complete this remarkable estate.
In Vermont, a 63-Acre farm in Londonderry is on the market for $US2.8m.
The farm offers a fine reproduction Federal residence, a classic, wide-aisle barn, an indoor arena and a two-bedroom apartment.
The home, in a serene location surrounded by open fields, woodlands and a private pond, is said to offer the charm of yesteryear with the conveniences of today.
The antique barn includes 12 large stalls, a tack room, feed room and bay doors at each end. There is a two-bedroom apartment on the second floor.
The 100 foot by 60 foot indoor arena is tastefully finished with barn siding to blend with the surrounding landscape.