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|Brand Name:||Horse Stable||Application:||Horse Stable Panel|
|Finish:||Untreated Black, Galvanized, Lacquering||Process:||Welded, Pressure-locked, Swage Locked|
|Surface Treatment:||In Black Coated||Color:||All Colors|
portable horse stalls,
steel horse stables
Customized front panel wooden horse stable bamboo material horse stall
At Tennessee Valley water quality would be protected by relocating and renovating the existing caretaker house (the Bunkhouse) at Tennessee Valley 25 feet to the north to be outside the stream setback and sewage would be treated on site or contained and hauled off-site. Similar to Option B1, Alternative C would address the need for enhanced overnight emergency response, and each of the stables facilities would include a caretaker residence, unless the business operator can provide an acceptable alternative solution for equestrian safety and 24-hour monitoring. For example, a new caretaker residence could be constructed at Rodeo Valley at the southwest end of the site outside the stream buffer, in a previously disturbed stall and building location; increasing the current permit footprint of the site. The site would stable up to 24 horses and could accommodate 8 horse hotel guests.
Non-historic buildings and structures (e.g., horse stalls and paddocks) would be removed and historic buildings would be rehabilitated for uses such as NPS, Park Partner or community meeting spaces, garages, stewardship center, and/or NPS maintenance purposes. One or more of these structures could be used for ranger residence, office or public contact facilities if consistent with the GMP. Non-historic structures (e.g., accessible toilet) would be added or incorporated into an existing structure. Specific uses of existing facilities no longer designated for equestrian uses would be directed by other future NPS planning.
Cultural landscape features would be rehabilitated and restored, similar to Alternative B, except that a new hay/feed structure would be built between the Main Barn and the Bunkhouse and new stalls would be built along the north side of the Main Barn across the historic concrete path.
Alternative D would result in three stables at existing stable locations and the development of two new stable locations with a maximum capacity of 88 equestrian stalls. Tennessee Valley, Golden Gate Dairy, and Rodeo Valley stables would remain as equestrian sites, with a reduction in the number of horses at Golden Gate Dairy. New stables would be developed at Lower Redwood Creek and Marincello Road sites. The total number of stabled horse sites at each location is provided in Table 2-10. Alternative D would include the components common to all alternatives, as described above in section 2.3.2, with changes specific to this alternative as described below. The following paragraphs provide narrative descriptions of the critical site modifications proposed as part of Alternative D as well as the reasoning behind the proposed changes. Table 2-10 summarizes the Alternative D changes to each facility beyond those changes that are common to all alternatives. Figures 2-18 through 2-23 display conceptually how the existing sites would be modified under Alternative D. The opportunities for public benefit under Alternative D would be increased from four sites to five sites. The number of horses would increase from 76 to 88 so that overall horse numbers would increase by 16 percent. This alternative would improve, enhance and expand the existing facilities at Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley and provide new equestrian facilities at Marincello and Lower Redwood Creek. The Lower Redwood Creek site could be operated in cooperation with the adjacent California State Park lands in an agreement between NPS and State Parks, for example, to share the use and maintenance of the State Park’s large arena. At Golden Gate Dairy, the site would be improved and limited to facilities for four stabled horses and Dias Ridge Trailhead amenities and uses, which would remain outside the stream buffer. Additional horses could use the public tie-ups for short term day use. The number of horses accommodated at Tennessee Valley would remain at 42 horses in stalls. The number of horses stabled at Rodeo Valley would increase from 19 to 24 (not including horse hotel numbers).
The product details :
|Name||Horse stall with sliding door and feeder door|
10ft x 7ft ( 3m * 2.2m), 12ft x 7ft(3.6m * 2.2m) and 14ft x 7’ft( 4m*2.2m).
any other sizes you like
|Material||Frame tube 2”x2” (50*50mm), strong U channel to take T&G boards|
|Finish||Powder Coated Finish or Hot Dip Galvanized Finish|
Full welds will make sure the stalls are strong and durable.
No sharp edges promise the people and horse safe.
Yoke door allows horses place his head outside.
Powder Coated Finish: We can PC any color you like. Say, Black Color, Blue Color, Hunter Green color, etc.
Assembly easily: use heavy duty bolts or different way connector to connect together.
Contact Person: Vicky You