Tag: Portable horse barns

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 »

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 »

Tailored to Your Needs

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Sometimes, an item or structure that is mass-produced and entails a “one-size-fits-all” approach fits what you need.  Oftentimes, it does not.  Each person has different things they look for in a product, and trying to find an item that best suits your needs can be difficult and time consuming. As a general rule of thumb,… Read more »

A Conference to Help our Horses

According to TheHorse.com, a 5 day conference centered on equine infectious disease took place this month in Lexington, Kentucky, at the University of Kentucky Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center.  The international conference was comprised of more than 300 guests and 29 different countries were represented.  Numerous topics were covered, including diseases in the respiratory,… Read more »

How Horses Have Helped Children in Therapy

Animal lovers enjoy the companionship of horses for a plethora of different reasons.  Some love horses because they have a passion for riding or need horses for transportation purposes.  Moreover, some use horses to supplement their income and offer riding lessons.  Others love horseracing or other show competitions.   Many people just love having a graceful… Read more »

Getting your Horses Ready for a Hurricane

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those affected by Hurricane Sandy.  One of the benefits of living in the technology age is that we often know about a major storm a few days in advance.  There are many things that home and business owners must do to prepare for a major storm. … Read more »

Preventing a Tragedy

Today, we wanted to touch on a very sad and disheartening article that we read.  One of the most dreaded nightmares of a horse owner is watching their barn catch on fire.  This is a scary thought, especially if any people or horses are in there.  In this particular case, the horse owner sadly ten… Read more »

Increasing our Knowledge of Horses

Texas A&M, one of the most prestigious institutions in our state, recently announced plans for a new Equine Center as part of their College of Veterinary & Biological Sciences expansion.  Phase one of the construction of the $80 million dollar complex began last week.  The innovative and state-of-the-art facility will enhance the college’s equine science… Read more »