You must have 3 acres for 1 horse, an additional acre for each horse after the first. also you need to check your zoning of your property. If zoned in a residential area you need a permit. The application fee $150.00 and it has to go into a public hearing at the township hall.
On average, you should have at least 2 acres per horse.
I would recommend getting two acres for a horse. It has been said that a horse needs at least an acre but two acres is great. If you are getting more than one horse: 1 horse - 1-2 acres 2 horses - 4-5 acres 3 horses - 7-8 acres and so on. Hope this helps!
Horses generally need at least one acre each.
The minimum amount 'of acres per horse required by the state of Montana is 3 acres. The USA acres per horse is 2.
The law is about 1-2 acres per horse.
The ability to own a horse in any particular town or county is up to the local laws. You should contact your local agricultural extension agency and ask them.
You usually want at least 4 acres of land for the horse to be able to roam around.
Of course you can!!
You don't have to have any 'acres'. You just have to be able to afford it.
To my knowledge, there is no set amount of acres that one must have to own a horse...although the said amount is one acre for one horse. And that is the very minimum. I would recommend two to three acres per horse, but it all depends on what type of horse, how old the horse is, and how much pasture it needs to be healthy.