Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
I'm not sure where many of you live, but in the southwestern part of the U.S., 'stalls' like these are not unusual.
In fact, there are places that have rows upon rows of pipe panels set up, and these are considered horse stalls, for which owners pay full board prices.
Not everything goes by the east coast standard of a 3 sided, roofed building with a door, to describe a stall.
In places where there's minimal rainfall and the climate is temperate to desert, there's no need to have a solid wood barn.
Of course, their hay prices will give you apoplexy, since it has to be trucked in from other states.