stall boarding

If your horse is kicking, chewing on his door, looking listless, or even banging his head on walls repeatedly, then the odds are good that he is suffering from a bad case of stall boredom. Let’s face it: Stalls keep horses clean, dry, and physically comfortable in winter, but too much time indoors is not conducive to your horse’s good mental health. Whether your horse is bored in his stall because inclement weather is preventing adequate turnout, or because he is recovering from an injury, or due to any of the other circumstances that can occur, the following tips for reducing stall boredom...
Reducing stall boredom results in a happier, healthier horse
Most equestrians find themselves in the position of choosing or designing horse stalls at some point. Basic horse stall designs are quite similar: In most cases, stalls are square or rectangular areas inside a barn. All stall designs serve as shelter, most take the horse’s safety in mind, and the best also provide comfort for the horse. Safety and convenience for the handler are also some considerations. Whether you are building a barn or choosing a boarding stable, there are quite a few things to keep in mind. Here are our top tips for selecting the right stall for your horse. Stall Size...
Choose the right stall for your horse's well being
     Not all of us have the luxury of having a large space, access to pastures or your horse is injured and has to live in a stall. Stalls are not the worst place a horse can be, yes it is better for the horse if they have regular access to pasture or time free outside. In many cities and areas where space is limited stalling your horse is the only options. So what is the right size, features and things to look for? There are a lot of things to conciser when either selecting a stall or building(rebuilding) your own.  Size      Size is a huge part of what you need to remember when keeping a...