Archive for December 11th, 2009

For the past year, the horses have been living outside. They have a sturdy shelter, and seem pretty content. However, I have wanted to have a space where they could come in out of the worst of the winter weather.

A few weeks ago, we ordered a set of stalls that would convert the former greenhouse into an instant stable.

John, from StableRight Horse Farm Services, delivered the framework and, with RailGuy’s help, got the set-up underway.

Each stall is 10 by 10 feet in size. The stalls have sliding doors, and a small feed door as well.

John and RailGuy worked together for most of one day. Then RailGuy continued on to finish up the details the next day.

Each stall has rubber mats to provide firm, slip-proof footing.

The stalls were ready just in time to bring the horses in out of Wednesday’s storm.

The girls were surprised by this turn of events. They think they’re wild horses!

It will take them a little while to get used to a new routine.

Louis, as always, embraced change.

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