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post #1 of 45 Old 12-09-2012, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Whats your barn look like?

I love looking at peoples barn! Please post pictures of it!!!! That would be great!
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post #2 of 45 Old 12-09-2012, 03:42 PM
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Ooo, cool idea! I love seeing other peoples barns.

The barn I board at is 35 stalls on 80 acres, about two thirds of it is hay fields. 35 stalls in an L shape, with the indoor arena in the long part of the L. 4 large pastures, and two smaller paddocks along with one small dry lot. Out door arena, 2 tack rooms, wash stall, feed room and med room.
Here's some pictures!

Looking from the baby's pasture towards the barn (one of the large pastures)

Looking from the barn, out to the pastures.

The path out to the two back pastures

(ignore the big pony! Haha this is the only picture I could find)
This is the indoor, with two rows of stalls on either side, the long part of the L

The stalls, that's my boy!!! :)

One of the cross ties, in the short part of the L, across from the wash stall

The outdoor arena, which is currently being renovated, so exciting!

A picture from out in one of the back pastures


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post #3 of 45 Old 12-09-2012, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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Ooo, cool idea! I love seeing other peoples barns.

The barn I board at is 35 stalls on 80 acres, about two thirds of it is hay fields. 35 stalls in an L shape, with the indoor arena in the long part of the L. 4 large pastures, and two smaller paddocks along with one small dry lot. Out door arena, 2 tack rooms, wash stall, feed room and med room.
Here's some pictures!

Looking from the baby's pasture towards the barn (one of the large pastures)

Looking from the barn, out to the pastures.

The path out to the two back pastures

(ignore the big pony! Haha this is the only picture I could find)
This is the indoor, with two rows of stalls on either side, the long part of the L

The stalls, that's my boy!!! :)

One of the cross ties, in the short part of the L, across from the wash stall

The outdoor arena, which is currently being renovated, so exciting!

A picture from out in one of the back pastures
that looks absolutly amazing! I wish I had a barn like that!!
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post #4 of 45 Old 12-09-2012, 03:54 PM
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Yeah, haha its awesome being able to board there. I love it and feel very fortunate to have my boy there. The best part is every one there is like one big family, I mean you can be at the best barn ever but if the people are terrible then it doesn't matter. :)
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post #5 of 45 Old 12-15-2012, 09:16 PM
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I'm still settling into my place, but so far this is what we have:

The horse barn - left side is for the horses, right side is storage/shavings/4wheeler.


Arena and shelter/pastures behind it. Major mowing to be done!


Pasture -


Pole barn, with proper footing it'll be my little indoor arena but for now it's hay storage.


And the pond -


The inside of the barn is way too messy yet to post.

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post #6 of 45 Old 12-16-2012, 12:38 AM
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I love looking at barns as well! My barn recently went under renovation from a one stall to a two stall barn.
Before: (walk into 24x12 run with 8x12 stall, behind is 4x12 tack/hay room, behind is 8x12 tractor storage) The harness was from my great grandpa. He refused to drive (with a car) into town, he would only go into town on his horse (riding or driving). Once he drove into town (car) but ended up crashing into a store!

After: (walk into 8x12 tractor storage, 8x12 tack/hay room, walk into 10x12 stall with 14x10 run x2. Stalls look soiled, but it is just the color of the sawdust, and Casey's has some pine shavings mixed in)




Casey wouldn't let me go without a kiss on the nose!

And Candy in her stall

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My New Barn !!

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Is that a per built modular barn? What kind of foundation is it on? Very nice!
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post #10 of 45 Old 12-27-2012, 04:44 AM
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Just a simple pole barn/shelter what we built for us/our mares.





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