Steel Buildings Horse Ports

Steel Buildings Add an uplifting look to your horse stall and provide extra durability with Anodized Finish Aluminum Horse Stalls.

Steel Buildings Heavy-duty aluminum extrusions are used in pipe sections, rails, and frames for easier handling without compromising strength.

Steel Buildings Horse Port
Steel Buildings Horse Port

Each stall comes standard with a door, fixed pipe section, and feed hole.
Optional features include swing panels in the door for a clean look.
And easy operation and a two-piece swing-out feeder.
The optional swing-out hay/grain feeder changes to a two-part unit and increases stall front strength.
Protect your Animals from the Elements
The grain feeder has a black
high-density polyethylene tub. Stainless steel latches lock the feeder parts in open and closed positions.

Steel Buildings Horse Port
Steel Buildings Horse Port


Eliminate splash board wear down from horse traffic.
Heavy-duty galvanized steel protects the base of the door opening and includes a one-inch diameter at each end to guide the bottom of the door and hold it to the stall front.
Provides secure locking while staying concealed in the door track for a clean look.
To release latch, simply lift first pipe in door and use as a handle to open and close the door.
When closing door, the latch catches automatically at the end of the door travel.

Steel Buildings Horse Port
Steel Buildings Horse Port

Element Protection
Bi parting side swing doors make for a cleaner look and they allow your horses to look out into the aisle and socialize while safely confined within their stable.

An A-frame is a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner. The simplest form of an A-frame is two similarly sized beams, arranged in a 45-degree or less angle, attached at the top.

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