We are horse owners ourselves and understand what is needed in a property to keep and raise horses. It needs stalls, a place to turn them out and plenty of water. If the property doesn't have this minimum, you'll need to factor the cost of building the facility.
<= This is Annie, our Quarter Horse mare (Grulla) @Horse Mesa Ranch
Let us know how many horses you have or intend to have as each property will have a specific maximum number of animals allowed by the local county.
Another option in Sedona is boarding. We keep our horses (Annie and Flyer) at a boarding ranch less than a mile from our home. It offers full board and many horse trails to ride among the red rocks.
Check homes in other parts of the Verde Valley - Verde Valley Horse Property