The search for the right stable for your own horse can sometimes be an adventure. When you come to the yard of boarding stables, the first impression makes you draw conclusions about the inside of the stables, and these can be both positive and negative. Often this first impression decides whether potential customers will entrust their horse to these boarding stables or not.
It is in the hands of the owners of equestrian centres to make sure that their facility already looks inviting, airy and bright at the first glance. When building a new riding facility, at lot can be done to make a positive first impression when choosing the stable windows, doors and barn doors. For example, double or four-winged doors with glazing already allow a lot of light into the stable. It is also advantageous if each horse stall has its own window. Paddock stalls with matching stable doors, which also have glazing in the upper area, are naturally ideal.