Our Rubicon horse stall is the little sister to our Savannah stall in that it shares the same Euro style front, but the door is solid (filled with optional wood) rather than grilled and the wings do not have the horizontal panels – saving you a bit of money.

Dr. Karen Hayes, the popular equestrian author and DVM says of the Rubicon in her book entitled “The Perfect Stall”:

It was a pleasant surprise to learn that they’re not only affordable and everything I hoped they’d be for my horses, they’re actually a huge money saver. I hadn’t realized how much money I frittered away, year after year, maintaining my old fashioned stalls.




  • Centered and hinged stall door with full wood bottom

  • Mortised finger latch hidden with scalloped steel gussets

  • Adjustable latch plate

  • Wood sandwiched between double rolled channel and ends hidden with beautiful, scalloped steel gussets

  • Adjustable door hinges

  • Curved base plates made of 3/8″ thick steel

  • Upper grills 3″ O.C. and lower grills 2″ O.C.

  • Powder coated OR hot dip galvanized

  • Low and open stall front for the socialization on which horses thrive

  • Designed for post and beam construction OR clear span buildings

  • Mix and match with our high stall front – the Lexington

  • Heavy gauge steel for premium security

  • Tightly spaced grills so hooves don’t get caught

  • Door hinges are adjustable so installation takes less time

  • Safety finger latch lets you open the stall door from inside or outside of the stall – and with just one hand

  • Stall post base plate doesn’t protrude into door opening, preventing a horse from stumbling

  • Solid flat brass finials with hidden attachments

  • Round brass ball finials

  • Partition post “hubs” for clear span structures

  • Tongue and groove exotic hardwood

  • Grain feed opening

  • Rotating grain feed door with cast aluminum feeder

  • Night latches for extra security