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Which horse keeping for my horse? Open stable, paddock box or pasture?

Unlike horse stalls, open stalls are much more spacious and give horses the opportunity to be kept in a group 24 hours a day. In open stable keeping, there are different types of open stalls. However, a roofed area for protection from the weather is always common. Often there are so-called feeding racks or several hayracks and a self-drinker. Horses in this horse husbandry often the opportunity to eat grass via an attached pasture also around the clock.

In pure pasture keeping, horses are also kept in a herd. However, here there is often a maximum of a pasture shelter and no protected stable area. If enough space and pasture area are available, pasture keeping is a very species-appropriate and also the most original form of horse keeping.

Commonly, however, horse stables today are still divided into boxes. In these boxes, the horses stay partly during the day, but especially at night. It is important that the box is large enough. As a rule of thumb, the size of the box should be at least twice the height of the horse at the withers squared. A good alternative to keeping only boxes are paddock boxes for horses. Here they have more space and can decide for themselves whether they want to stand outside on the paddock or inside in the box.