Stable Architecture

.:EQUUS:. Archive on July 4, 2008, 6:22


 

Picture it - 20 stalls, 10 on either side of a breezeway that is as wide as the 12′(3.6m) x 12′ boxes. Rug racks on each door that double as somewhere to hang a head collar and lead rope. A hay rack, built in or removable feeder, automatic waterer or perhaps you prefer a bucket that can be topped up daily. Concrete flooring or tiles that heat up or maybe a rubber matting.

An architect can design all of these things, providing you with your dream stable on paper and quite possibly the contacts that can turn that design into a reality. So why not a wash bay with hot and


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