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No matter the barn dimensions or the amount of money, a tack room is a necessary place to store your saddle, bridle and other gear safely and clearly. A tack room does not have to be costly, but it requires a great deal of thought and consideration as to how the room is used.
Spend your mind thinking about how the room will be used, what your objectives are and what you want to keep in the tack room. "In order to dimension a tack room correctly, you need to take stock of what you keep there," said Joe Martinolich, CMW, Inc. executive vice president and general manager of Equine Facilities Designs.
"Do you know how many ponies, the number of calipers per horse and the disciplines you do? "Also consider the use of the tack room. Used only for the storage of calipers and bridle, or for the storage of other gear such as bit, wrap, blanket and bridle.
You will also need to determine during the design phase whether the tack room will be a multifunctional room for convivial gathering or a room for linen and/or a linen area with room for a washing machine and a tumble-drier for washing quilts and nappies. "An tack room can be more than just a campground," says John Blackburn, Sr. Pred.
"I wanted the tack room to be relatively comfortable," said Martinlich. "A stable that often goes to shows lasting several days, which often require a lot of packing and unpacking, should consider where the tack room is in the stable, compared to unpacking a trailer after a show," says Blackburn. The ultimate goal in placing a tack room is to minimize the number of stages a horse needs to take to prepare," says Lachlan Oldaker, Head of Specialist Practice/Senior Equine Architects at GH2 Gralla Equineects.
Safety levels in a tack room depend on the amount of transport in a shed. Maintaining an overview of your gear and the turnaround can be a real stall challage when customers come and go all days, especially when it comes to their own stash. "You' ve got to think about how to keep your turn and gear from running away or being used by other people," says Blackburn.
There should be room for everything in a well-designed tack room. A tack room does not necessarily have to be down as long as it is effective. There' s always a way to be imaginative and saving your time. The owner of a stables does not have to spend much in a tack room.
" Bench and seats provide an inviting environment that inspires the rider to take off their shoes and talk about the horse's progression, clear the turn, view workout video or just relax and relax and enjoy each other' companionship. A saddle room is transformed from an ordinary storeroom into a place of pleasure by means of individual accents.
The tack room can become an exhibition area for saddle trophies, bronze and clasps for successful show ringers. Ultimately, the final touch in a tack room reflects the stall owner's personalities. Like Martinolich for a Long Island New York stables, he emphasised the stables owner's own individual tastes, which fit in with the wooden work in the remaining shed.
The control of the tack room environment can slow down the development of mould on leathers. Width of door: "Make sure that the room in and out of the tack room is big enough to give you enough room to wear a saddle," says Oldaker. More and more popular are revolving sliders and tack room partitions.
"ever you like, a place in a glass or a bank can be used as a cistern. You can build a pedestal like a free-standing cupboard with a curved top for storing your seats and indoors," says Colleen Litoff of Georgetown Stable Outfitters. Multifunctional luminaires can conserve a great deal of room. Wallgasty: Take up as much room on the walls as possible.
Making a tack room can be a great deal of pleasure, but it requires careful consideration. "Though it may seem easy to create a tack room, there is a great deal to consider," Blackburn sums up. Please do not hesitate to ask us for further information or advice on the layout of a tack room for your stable: