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15 Amazing Horse Barns You Could Probably Live In


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You may want to join your horse in these amazing barns. 

When you were a kid, did you wish that you could live in the barn with your horse? While you may have outgrown this wish, you'll probably find yourself wishing that you could move in with your horse when you see these amazing barns. While there are countless styles and types of horse barns in the world, these are some of the most stunning, where horses live in true luxury.

The barns below come from all over the world. Some are stud farms, others are boarding barns, and some even house retirement horses. They all have one thing in common, though - they're absolutely incredible.

Warm and welcoming.

So classic and elegant.

Open and airy.

Horses at the stablesLove the skylights!

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It doesn't even look like a barn.

Look at that stonework...

Beautiful and bright barn.

A stable with a swimming pool?

A white horse stable. Really?

Wonderful horse barn lighting.

Just look at that chandelier!

Stunning entrance.

Gorgeous stables courtyard.

Horse stables in the courtyard of the Hermesvilla in Vienna, AustriaWhat a wonderful setting.

Talk about luxury...

While your next barn might not be quite as luxurious as these barns, you can still get some ideas for your own barn from the photos above.

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Most of the barns feature large windows and skylights to take advantage of natural light while also giving the barn a roomier, more open feel. You'll also see that these barns include wide aisles so that horses can be safely led in and out of their stalls.

Don't forget to carefully choose the flooring for your barn aisle - you want flooring which provides plenty of traction, even when it's wet.

If you could have the barn of your dreams, would it look like one of the barns above? Tell us on our Wide Open Pets Facebook page!

This article was originally published on July 28, 2017.

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