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As far as buying land for horses, your choices to keep you close to Aurora would be Douglas County or Elbert County. Both areas offer very nice horse properties, relatively close-in.
I Just want to add that Adams County is also a very close location to the Denver area and you can find great properties or just Land.
use or contact a Realtor that has the knowledge in rural properties, since it is not your typical transaction.
You can end up with only dirt (land) worthless if you don't have enougth water.
Or you can end up with a little mine if you have more that enought water.