Amazing Equine Homes

  Since last week's post was a little on the sad side, I decided to write something a little bit more fun this week.

  We all love our horses and we love a beautiful stable. Some of us, have the finances to build a stable that is so majestic that it takes your breath away. This week's blog post will be showcasing some of these beautiful barns so please click Read more to learn more about them.

Picture from:
http://www.selectbreeders.com/news?category=Focus+on+our+Breeders

  The first stable is located in Hawaii on more than 53 acres of land. This property had been for sale at $12,895,000. To learn more about the details of the property and to see more pictures, you can click here or you can click on the link below the picture.
Picture from:
http://www.hawaiilife.com/articles/2011/03/53-acre-equestrian-estate/

  The next stable is located in Nottinghamshire and was built by Monarch Equestrian for the Irish show jumper Billy Twomey. You can learn more about Monarch Equestrian by clicking here.

Picture from:
http://news.monarch-equestrian.co.uk/2012_06_01_archive.html

  Another stable is located in Santa Rosa, CA on 11 acres of land. You can read the property's details by clicking here.

Picture from:
http://adreamhousefortrish.blogspot.ca/2010/06/amazing-home.html

  Here is a Royal stable in Christanborg, Copenhagen. You can click here to see some more unusual stables this website has posted. 
Royal stables at Christianborg in Copenhagen
Picture from:
http://kingdomofhorses.com/unusual-stables-and-horse-barns/

    Finally, the last stable I will be sharing with you today, designed by GH2 Gralla Equine Architects, is in Warsaw, North Carolina. You can click here to see all of GH2 Gralla Equine Architects projects. 

Picture from:
http://gh2equine.com/portfolio/index.html

  Well, I don't know about you, but these pictures sure make me wish that I had more money to own a place like these. Oh well, maybe someday...

  I hope you are all having a wonderful day and thank you for reading my blog. 

  Until next week, happy riding!

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