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Horse Barns

Historic Barns or Just Favorite Horse Buildings.

Well here is a horse-chat topic we can all relate to. Do you have a special barn or stable where you just love to go? Have you visited a real special stable on a vacation or trip abroad? Is there a farm building or place that you just love? Share it with us here and lets get a lively chat started.

This is a picture of a barn in Italy that I ran across strolling through the countryside of Tuscany. It was not in use at the time. I thought I would hunt down the owner anyway and see if he would let me take a peek inside. When I found him, he was quite amusing that I was intrigued with his old barn. Never-the-less he allowed me to go and explore.

I came across this picture accidently, just recently, and the wonderful memories it brought back encouraged me to add it as a horse chat topic. The inside of the 300 year old building was filled with old horse equipment, harnesses and antique furniture. I spent hours exploring, trying to imagine this building in years gone by.



Want to share pictures and stories about your favorite barn, stable or farm building?

We all have memories of the wonderful feeling, sights, sounds, smells of that special place where we had our best horse experiences. Or maybe there is a historic (or just old) barn that captures your imagination. Share it with us. We would love to hear about it.

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