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post #21 of 45 Old 11-02-2018, 12:04 PM
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also to add that out here in CA we call this a dry-lot including the mud:


I would call this a dry lot or paddock too. The term "dry lot" means without grass i.e. ground only, no forage. It does not signify the actual type of footing or the moisture content...
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That's exactly what it is. We call this a stall. I don't know of a single place outside of full-training barns that provide a box stall. It is the same as schools. We don't have INDOOR schools in California, we have OUTDOOR schools. It doesn't snow here. We also don't have turnout. We have barbed wire pasture with no grass or stalls (read, box stall with a run). So now that that terminology is cleaned up.

The terminology is not "cleared up for me because I only see the first picture of a stall




If you want me to take pictures of my stall i am happy to send them to you. No vitamin d deficiency here.

Please do take a picture of the actual "containment" she is in


I have never seen a barn that provides 12x12 box stalls and does not have a turn-out program.

Go to a Saddlebred or TWH show barn and you will see stalled horses that never get turnout. Also racehorses in training live in stalls without turnout
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post #23 of 45 Old 11-02-2018, 12:26 PM
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I had to hop over to Safari and click on the broken link icon. I got the image address:

http://elijahpark.com/luckystraw/north%20runs.jpg

It's like a box stall without walls and roof.
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I had to hop over to Safari and click on the broken link icon. I got the image address:

http://elijahpark.com/luckystraw/north%20runs.jpg

It's like a box stall without walls and roof.
Thank you! I would call that a stall with an attached 12x24 (+/-) open run. More comfortable for the horse than just a stall, but should still have turnout.


Have attached the picture you linked to so others don't have to go chasing it.
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This is a type of open stall/pipe corral commonly seen in hot, dry areas
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Thanks AnitaAnne
I'm confused as to whether the OP is calling the whole set up a stall or the small dry lot area a stall?
A dry lot can be any size - it just means it doesn't have any grass on it.
Yes - plenty of places that have stables/stalls with no access to an outdoor area

I'd be inclined to describe it as a stall with a run out area as opposed to an open outdoor area with a run in shed!
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This is a lot of discussion on a minor point, IYAM.
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This is a lot of discussion on a minor point, IYAM.
I can't speak for the others, but I do get a little OCD at times...on resumes I call it "detail oriented"

Now I am stuck on what IYAM means...In Your?
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^^I had to google, lol. It means "if you ask me"
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Now I am stuck on what IYAM means...In Your?

If you ask me.
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