Finding A Barn For A Miniature Horse

Miniature horses are adorable, make wonderful pets, and can be a popular feature at a petting zoo.  They are also renowned for assisting disabled owners, serving as a guide and a companion.  What’s more, the horses have various coat patterns and colors.  Interestingly, miniature horses, on average, live longer than the majority of horse breeds,… Read more »

Deer Creek Stables To Attend The Home And Garden Show

Deer Creek Structures is pleased to announce that we will be attending another notable event in the near future;  The Home and Garden Show at the Bell County Expo Center in Belton, Texas.  The event is being presented by the Temple Area Builder’s Association, and is sponsored by the Temple Daily Telegram.  The show will… Read more »

Visit Deer Creek Structures at a Texas Event

Deer Creek Structures is pleased to announce that we will be attending the 2013 Mid-Tex Farm and Ranch Show at the Extraco Events Center in Waco, Texas.  The annual event is a collection of the latest farming and ranching equipment, as well as seed chemicals and AG services and technology.  We are pumped to be… Read more »

Various Options For A Portable Horse Barn

One of the things that Deer Creek Structures strives to do is provide our valued customers with as many options as possible.  We want your customized barn to fit all of your needs, and match the style that you desire.  Plus, and perhaps most importantly, we want to ensure that your horse or horses are… Read more »

Owning a Horse Barn Versus Boarding

Many horse owners face a difficult decision when deciding between building their own horse barn or renting space to have their horse stay at another person’s barn.  Boarding their horse is a necessity for some owners, as perhaps they don’t have the pre-requisite space needed to build a barn on their property.  Or perhaps the… Read more »

Training Horses with Bad Attitudes

Equestrian enthusiasts are exactly that, enthusiastic about horses- all horses. Ideally, when starting, you would select a happy horse- ready for learning. However, life does not always take us down the roads we planned. You may meet a horse that needs a home, or a stubborn horse that trainers refused. When you love horses, it… Read more »

Taking Care of Horses During the Winter

Cold weather, snow, and ice can make life difficult for horse owners while providing care to their horses. Horse owners in frigid winter climates are often forced to navigate through mounds of snow in order to reach their stable.  This can make the process of taking care of and exercising your horse a much more… Read more »

Things Veterinarians Wish For Horses

We stumbled across a very interesting article that discusses the things that veterinarians would wish for our horses in 2013.  The article speaks to several veterinarians across North America, each of whom offer suggestions as to things they would recommend horse owners do to improve the health and overall wellness of their horses.  The article… Read more »

Selecting a Stall Door for Your Stable

One of the most important and exciting decisions that barn owners must make is deciding what type of stall door best suits their barn.  Regardless of whether you are in the process of constructing a custom-built barn, or if you just want to replace your current doors, selecting the right type of door has tangible… Read more »

An Unforgettable Horse Race

South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius had an unforgettable showing at the 2012 Olympic Games.  Pistorius was the first double leg amputee to run in the Olympics and had a successful showing in the men’s 400-meter race.  He was also a key member of South Africa’s 4X400 meter relay team.  Shortly after making history at the… Read more »