Creating the ultimate training environment for horse and rider, and at the same time, a facility that is functional:
Cover-All buildings were the solution for the equine facility dream. Finding the right structure is the crucial first step.
Cover-All buildings are fabric-covered, steel-framed buildings that are ideal for equestrian applications. The clear-span space is optimal for a training arena and flexible stable layout.
The building's natural light, which is made possible by the buildings' unique fabric is great. Encasing the natural outdoor environment indoors is really nice about a Cover-All building. On a night with a full moon, it requires little or no artificial lights at all to check your horses. It is much easier grooming your horses in the Cover-All stable versus her other stables. Horses shed less hair which attributes to the natural light.
Natural light inside can be worked with local your Cover-All Dealer to ensure your dream is achieved.
The Ultimate in Building Highlights for an example can be:
-Riding Arena - 72' x 200'
- As many windows as you like can be installed along the sides of the building for added ventilation and aesthetics.
- Angled kickboards can be installed inside the building and run along the sides of the arena to keep horse and rider a safe distance from the walls.
- 12 x 14 foot custom gates can be at the end of the arena and the entrance of the stables.
- A viewing and presentation area for spectators and training can also be added.
- 10 x 12 foot stalls can be constructed out of knotted pine
- oak tack boxes can be added to each stall which is positioned 2 feet off the ground for ease of maintenance
- Radiant heating can be added in the floor comfortably warms the stalls, tack room, washroom, utility rooms, sleeping quarters, office and lounge area
- A 12 foot aisle can provide plenty of room to groom horses and maneuver equipment
with a Connecting Breezeway.
- The breezeway can connect the arena to the stables, which can be an added comfort so riders and horses don't have to experience the frigid winters.
Take time to think and plan for all of the possibilities before you start building.