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Equestrian Architectureportola valley architect, woodside architect

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The Sequoia

The Sequia is a right sized barn that packs a lot of features into a small space about the size of a 3-car garage.  Features include stall sky lights, vertical ventilation, tack room, feed & bedding storage with separate access, a small office space can be provided, eave heights are designed for a 18 hand horse (without rider).  The extended eave serves as a cross-tie stall while the opposite end of the barn includes a combination wash and shoing area.  The stalls include front and rear doors for access to turn-out paddocks and removeable interior stall wall allows for enlarging two stalls into one large stall for birthing or medical space.  The roof ridge beam is engineered to support a hoist for use in medical procedures.  Exterior architectural details and finishes can be adapted to reflect the clients desires or the architectural style of the main home.

 

 

Features
• Configurations for 2,3 or 4 stalls

• Yoke stall doors (swinging)

• All Lucas Equine Equipment for stalls, stalls doors, accessories
• Fully permeable stall surfacing for natural drainage
• Ridge skylights

• Covered and uncovered wash areas
• Tackroom
• Hay-Feed-Bedding room
• Covered Cross-Ties
• Tool storage
• Office

• Metal or composite shingle roof