Prefabricated Steel Horse Riding Arena in Albany, Missouri

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., was the proud provider of a prefabricated equestrian arena and steel horse stalls in Albany, Missouri, supplying one in May of 2008 and the other in March of 2009.

The first building supplied undergoes use as a horse stable, while the second, smaller structure serves as a riding arena. Both buildings are part of the same scenic, expansive equestrian property, and both provide safe, all-season spaces to house or ride horses while protecting them from predators, extreme temperatures, rain and snow, and similar hazards.

Affordable, Sustainable Equestrian Construction Solutions 

Often a top choice among equestrian enthusiasts seeking economical, fast-erecting places to house, groom, ride or show horses, pre-engineered steel buildings offer low costs of ownership and require little from their owners in terms of upkeep.

Highly customizable in terms of stalls, ceiling height, insulation and aesthetic features, among other areas, pre-engineered metal equestrian buildings and horse barns present durable, affordable alternatives to wood construction that are resistant to warping, cracking and burning.

Located in northwestern Missouri, the city of Albany is part of Gentry County. The community lies roughly 55 miles northwest of St. Joseph, Missouri, and about 50 miles outside Trenton, Missouri.

Considering purchasing a prefabricated steel building for equestrian, athletic, storage, agricultural or other use in Missouri or another part of the United States? Click here for a price quote.15

Building Specifications

Comprised of rugged, sustainable steel parts, the (2) metal equestrian buildings offer unparalleled strength and durability. Once raised, the steel horse stable stands 75’x125’x16’ in size, offering the high overhead clearance needed to accommodate horses, and the metal equestrian arena is 35’x125’x12’ once erect.

Both steel equestrian buildings boast attractive, Cinnamon Brown-colored exteriors and Galvalume steel roofs with complementing Polar White trim.  Both buildings presenting a purposeful 1.5:12 pitch that allows for an immense amount of unobstructed clear spanned space, perfect for all equestrian facilities.

As far as accessibility, the steel horse stable has (10) framed openings ranging in size. Found throughout the building are (4) 3’4”x7’2” walk doors, (2) 6’4”x7’2” walk doors, (2) 20’x12’ overhead door openings and (2) 24’x16’ overhead door openings. The metal equestrian arena, meanwhile, contains (5) framed openings, which include (2) 3’4”x7’2” walk doors and (3) 14’x12’ overhead door openings.

The steel equestrian buildings also have several customizations that better equip them for life in Missouri while keeping them compliant with appropriate building codes. The steel stable has a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 14-psf snow load, while the riding arena has a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 20-psf snow load.