Stable Management

Why Does My Horse Box Walk and What Can I Do To Help?

Box walking is when a horse paces up and down the stable or walks around the inside of the perimeter. This can be due to anxiety, nerves, boredom, frustration or general unhappiness in their environment. Ways to help stop your horse from box walking are as follows: Install a stable mirror so that your horse thinks that there is another… ...Read More

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How Does The Planning Process For A Stable Block Work

In today’s posting I thought it would be beneficial to talk about the planning process. Prime Stables have a great architectural design team and can help you with most general questions. Give them a call on 01403 823 836 and they will be only too pleased to help you. What Prime Stables will do for you Unless your new buildings fall under… ...Read More

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Mobile Stables – A new unique design from Prime Stables

PRIME STABLES have asked me to help them to introduce a new and radical design to their range of mobile equestrian buildings “The Mobile Stable Yard” Mobile Stable Yard THE MOBILE STABLE YARD Measuring 10.8m x 3.6m. This new unique design will give you: 2 no. 3.0m x 3.6m Stables Keep your horse content inside a ‘Prime ‘Mobile Stable 1… ...Read More

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How Do I Look After & Maintain My Horses Paddock

The reason we turn our horses out in to a paddock is to provide adequate grass for feed and enough space for healthy exercise and horse contentment. These are the basic needs that all horse owners need to consider. By following these steps set out below you will ensure that your horse’s pasture is in the best possible condition and… ...Read More

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What Size Stable Should I Have For My Horse

When considering the size of any stabling the main criteria to consider is that the horse should be able to stand up and turn around without any difficulty, and lie down and roll easily and without risk of injury. With that in mind it is equally important that adequate consideration is given to the type of horse to be stabled.… ...Read More

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Maintaining Your Timber Stables and Horse Shelter–Inspect & Make a Plan

It’s at this time of the year, when the ground is solid and the air is warm and dry, that it is the best time to carry out any maintenance that you may need to undertake on your timber outbuildings. I would always advocate that you check the condition of your stables and outbuildings at least once a year. This… ...Read More

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