Full Sized Horse Stall Gate


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Recommended by 98% Clients

Installation Hardware Included

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Our Full-Sized Horse Stall Gates are perfect for any horse stall in a horse barn. They feature a European Yoke Opening, an attractive mesh bottom, and exceptionally strong steel. Our Stall Gates with Yokes are particularly great for large horse breeds – including warmbloods, draft horses, and thoroughbreds. Rest assured, our Horse Stall Gates are the strongest, safest, and most elegant stall doors in the equine industry

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Pre-galvanized steel and black powder coat finish provide superior rust protection

Mesh bottom increases airflow

European Yoke allows your horse to look out of the horse stall

Double Bar Design is placed chest level to add strength and discourage bowing

Heavy-duty steel materials ensure ultimate strength

Pre-drilled holes for easy and quick installation


I don’t live in Virginia, can I still purchase these stall gates from American Stalls?

Yes, absolutely! We are located in Northern Virginia, but our clients are all across North America including United States, Canada, and Mexico. Our team will help you coordinate the best shipping method for your horse stall equipment.

Are these Stall Gates heavy?

Compared to other Stall Gates on the market, our Stall Gates tend to be “heavy.” This is because we build our Stall Gates to be extremely heavy-duty. We use strong steel tubing and mesh for each component to ensure it holds up to the rigors of your barn.

How deep is the Stall Gate’s yoke?

Our Stall Gates’ yoke is 16.75” deep from the top most point to the bottom center of the stall door’s yoke.

Would you recommend the Full-Sized Stall Gate or the Half-Sized Stall Gate?

This really depends on a number of factors and personal preference. For most barns, we do recommend our Full-Sized Stall Gates. We believe it gives your stall that professional, finished look since the stall door’s frame goes to the floor. We also believe that it is safer to leave a 1” opening between the door frame and floor to ensure your horse does not get his leg stuck underneath. That being said, we understand the Full-Sized Stall Gate is best for larger, regular-sized horse breeds. We would recommend Half-Sized Stall Gates for any clients who need gates for their smaller horse breeds.

What’s the difference between the Full-Sized Stall Gate and the Grilled Stall Gate?

The main two differences are the dimensions and the top design. Our Full-Size Stall Gate is 65” tall, but the bottom of the yoke begins at roughly 48” tall. In contrast, our Grilled Stall Gates are 58” tall without a yoke opening.

Are these Stall Gates difficult to install?

Our Stall Gates are exceptionally quick and easy to install. We pre-drill holes on one-side of each stall gate. We also place our logo on both sides of each stall door. This allows you to flip the stall gate to accordingly install as you need. We also provide all of the necessary installation hardware including hinges, bolts, screws, a screw eye, carabiner clip, and gate chain. Most clients are able to install our stall gates without a general contractor. Each gate usually takes no more than 15 minutes to install.

Our door opening is 48” and the Stall Gate is 51” wide. How can I fit it in the door opening?

Our Stall Gates are 51” wide, but our clients install into smaller door openings all the time. We have seen our clients successfully and safely install our Stall Gates into openings ranging from 43” wide to 52” wide. If you have an existing sliding stall door, we would recommend to mount our Stall Gates on the stall’s interior to swing into the stall. If you have flexibility, you can then mount our Stall Gates on either the horse stall’s exterior or interior.

During installation, how much space should I leave for the door’s opening?

We always recommend to leave at least 1” between the Stall Gate’s bottom frame and your floor. This will ensure enough clearance for your Stall Gate to seamlessly operate. If you install the Stall Gate flush into a door opening, we then recommend roughly an additional 1-1/2” between the door frame and your wood post.