Trilogy Barn and Stable Company

by Matt

This is it! You’re going to build your dream barn. You’ve been on the Internet, clicking through Pinterest, admiring the equestrian palaces that the world’s luckiest equines call home, and picturing it all on your own plot of land. You know what you need: a center aisle with four stalls, perhaps, or a nice breezeway style barn with lots of fresh air and three bright stalls. Or maybe it’s time for a professional showplace stable, with plenty of room for all your clients’ horses, elegant fittings, and roomy tack rooms.

So how do you get from dream barn to real barn?

Trilogy Barn and Stable Company has the answer, with an array of horse barn plans, plus all the extras you could want.

Start with a plan that offers the amenities and design you need for your stable: everything from that country-style breezeway to a center-aisle barn with second-story living quarters. Trilogy’s Stable Drawing Set will provide you with a full set of construction drawings, utilizing post and beam construction. You can start with the base model or customize as you choose, changing up the stall layouts, adding wash bays or altering the exterior doors. Add decorative flourishes like cupolas or exterior siding. Make a barn that is truly your own.

And like any custom-built project from Equine Facility Design, you can bring in the professionals for site design and preparation, landscaping, and assistance meeting local regulation and permitting requirements.

Building the barn of your dreams might just be easier than you think. Visit and get started!

8 responses on “Trilogy Barn and Stable Company

  1. Lauren Brown says:

    Hi, how much would a barn/indoor like this cost? We live in northwest Louisiana. We are just looking and considering options.

  2. Rebecca Pike says:

    I am thinking about starting a horse boarding facility on my 40 acre property.
    I like the style of your stalls with covered arena.
    Could you give me an estimate on basic model design for 10 stalls?
    Thank you!

  3. Meghan Warner says:

    What would something like this cost with 10 stalls and the largest arena you have? Would I be able to add on to the other side of arena an identical barn if I chose to later? Can the barn be more enclosed against bad weather? Maybe sliding doors during winter.

    We have purchased property in Emmett, ID and I am looking to build a facility with a covered arena. Starting with 10 stalls with the ability to expand if I choose to take on boarders later.

    I want to be able to close barn areas up in winter but have runouts and more airflow the rest of the year.

    Thanks for any information.
    Meghan Warner

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