Does the stall have an attached run or is it just a stall?
It it has an attached run, decrease the bedding to nothing more than a couple handfuls and add a yard of hogs fuel to the turnout.
Horses wait until they're in their stalls because the fluffy bedding absorbs the urine splash, that burns their legs.
By moving the splash absorbing material outside you horse will urinate there instead. Rubber mats are more than comfortable enough for horses to stand an rest on.
We add fluffy bedding because its what we as humans would want, but for horses it's excessive and unneeded. If you lay down in a pasture in the spring, it feels more like a rubber matter stall than our home mattresses.
If you don't have an attached run to your stall, your only other choice is construction to your stall as mentioned earlier, or acceptance and an investment in bedding.
Hope this helps!
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