The areas around
Southern Pines & Pinehurst, NC
… are an internationally-recognized destination for horse lovers and equestrians of all disciplines and levels of skill. The region’s soft, sandy soil gives great footing for horses and comfort for riders, and its wide-open spaces with undisturbed nature make for plenty of riding room for everyone. Here, you will find a range of world-class facilities and one of the largest, most diverse horsing communities anywhere in the country, welcoming to riders of all disciplines and levels of skill.
Interested in Southern Pines horse farms?
In addition to the premier equine facilities, the Southern Pines area is also home to dozens of private horse farms, making it the perfect choice for horse lovers looking for their own slice of horse-living heaven. At DeSell & Co., we are a local authority on horse farms, and we are also Leverage Global Partners’s equine specialist for the Southern Pines area. If you are interested in finding a horse farm of your own in our area, make us your first call. Be sure to check out all equestrian properties to see the horse farms we currently have on the market, and → contact us today with any questions.
Local equestrian living attractions
The Walthour-Moss Foundation
Consisting of over 4,000 acres of trails and natural hunting fences, the → Walthour-Moss Foundation is the epicenter of the horse community in the Southern Pines, NC area.
The Equine Health Center at Southern Pines
North Carolina State University’s (NCSU) College of Veterinary Medicine operates their satellite → Equine Health Center here in Southern Pines, including their Equine Reproduction Clinic, an ophthalmology clinic, and a range of diagnostic testing capabilities.
The Carolina Horse Park
A world-class equestrian center with facilities for all types of equestrian disciplines, the → Carolina Horse Park is also home to the annual Stoneybrook Steeplechase.
Pinehurst Harness Track
A 111-acre equestrian facility, the → Pinehurst Harness Track has been a well-known winter training center for standardbred horses since 1915. Facilities include a ½-mile sand and clay track, a ⅝-mile sand track, and a 1-mile clay track, as well as barns, paddocks, grooms quarters, and much more.