Do you run a small or medium-sized equestrian business (including training facility, breeding facility, polo club, etc)?
Do you operate a large horse show, rodeo, stock show, horse expo, or fairgrounds?
Do you have an upcoming barn remodeling project?
OR are you simply adding new stalls to your existing facilities?
Every stalls project has its share of complexities whether it’s for 20 stalls or 2,000 stalls. It is crucial to fully understand the complexities since horse stalls are often a significant capital investment for equestrian facilities.
This combines with the fact that horse stalls are often the first thing your customers will see and use on your facility’s premises.
That is why it is crucial to purchase stall equipment that will:
- Safely house your horses and your clients’ horses.
- Reflect your facility’s standards of quality and safety.
- Last your facility for 15+ years.
Based on more than a decade of experience, here is a guide that walks business owners through crucial questions in planning for horse stalls.