Twelve extra-large stalls with runs and horses to go in them. Padded cement floor. Indoor heated wash stall. A four-cow Dairy Parlor and Creamery. Heated human stall with large-screen satellite TV. Attached drive-in hay storage. Second-floor guest quarters. Post-and-beam wood construction. Bigger than our house!
ROBERT SHURTLETT AND FAMILY, Colorado
Roomy stalls separated largely with heavy-duty metal mesh, so my horses can see-smell-hear each other to the max. They’ll feel as if they’re together in a herd—even when they’re in the barn.
RANDI PARKER, Utah
A wash stall, heated tack room, several box stalls, five tie stalls, and a large indoor riding arena with an adjacent viewing area. Each box stall will have double doors, its own feed and water buckets, and a little mini-pasture out back for the horses to enjoy.
RHIANNON McKENZIE SWIMELAR, New York
Eight large stalls with outdoor runs for our rescued herd. Saddle racks with rein and rope hooks at each stall. A well-vented tack room, office, and wash area. Storage for feed and hay. A wide center aisle with solid, easy-to-clean flooring. The whole thing well-lit for night visits.
FADOCIA ANNETTE NOLE HALL, Tennessee
A dozen stalls—six on one side and six on the other. Black-hinged doors. The whole interior done in oak walls and ceilings, with red brick aisles. Stall floors of sand, with rubber mats. Cannon lights wherever needed, and three big wagon wheels with lights, hanging from the ceiling. Handsome benches for seating.
SHEENA PREDMORE, Nebraska
Space inside for a small riding arena with a built-in watering system. Also plenty of ventilation above to let hot air out, so I can ride in the summertime protected from the heat, dust, and sun!
BILL McLEAN, California
A heated tack room/office. I dream of one every winter.
GABRIELLA HALPERT, North Dakota
A deluxe stall for my mare, Cinnamon. An indoor arena. And a tack room containing all the tack in the world.
ASHLEY YOUNG, Montana