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SuperStall Saves on Time and Money!

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Who loves spending hours and hours taking care of a horse stall? Not me that is for sure. I think the biggest issue that takes up the most time with mucking a stall is the horses that love to spread their manure around the entire stall. These are the types of stalls where you have […]

Add SuperStall Mattresses to Your Dream Barn

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Everyone loves to plan their dream barn. Like what the doors will look like, if it will have a cupola, or what stall doors they want installed. Doing a lot of research before going straight to building this dream barn is always ideal too. So of course I get lots of emails about horse stalls. One […]

Should You Cut Back On Hay Bedding?

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Are you using hay in your stalls? According to an article in The Horse, dust particles, mold spores and fibrous plant materials found in hay can cause severe respiration irritation when inhaled by horses. Together, these irritants can result in shortness of breath, coughing and other symptoms which can impact training and exercise. In addition, […]

Promoting Safety and Good Health in the Barn

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Although time consuming, building or renovating a barn can be an exciting project. You’ll want to design a barn that is safe and promotes good health and well-being for both horses and people. According to a recent article in The Horse, veterinarians suggest avoiding attaching a newly constructed barn to an indoor arena. Although this […]

Sand Vs. Mattresses…Which do you and your horse prefer?

Friday, December 21st, 2012

When choosing a surface for your stalls, how do you decide which material is best for your horse and easiest on you? Here are some advantages and disadvantages of two common stall bedding materials: sand and mattresses. Sand: Advantages: Sand is highly absorbent and allows good drainage. The surface is soft making it one of […]