Equestrian Building Examples


Equestrian: An important investment or a cherished pet, your horse deserves the best! Here at Kramer Konstruction, we can help provide for your horse's every need. We specialize in Run-in Sheds, Custom-built Horse Barns (with or without stalls), and Riding Arenas. Our pole buildings are beautiful with built-to-last quality, but still affordable. We can build a simple Run-in Shed for your horse's protection from the elements or we can build a comfortable, well-equipped horse barn with horse stalls, tack room, wash stall, Cross-buck Dutch Doors, and much more. See the Horse Barn Equipment details for information on the options available for your pole barn.







Horse Barn with Stalls – 36’ x 40’ x 10’
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Horse Barn with Stalls – 36’ x 40’ x 10’









Horse Barn with Stalls – 36’ x 40’ x 10’



Horse Barn with Stalls – 36’ x 40’ x 10’

"Good looking and user friendly" best describes this horse barn with stalls, wash room, tack room, lean-to and hay storage. These customers are located in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland. To say that these customers are thrilled with our pole barn home for their horses would be an understatement. The two lean-to sections, one on each eave side, adds to the usable area for the horses and equipment to be protected and kept out of the elements. The Cross-Buck split slider doors on each gable end allow for easy entrance and exit for equipment, people and animals alike. The smaller Cross-Buck door in the top of the gable end allows for ventilation, but is primarily used for access to the hay storage area in the attic of the pole barn. Inside the building, the different size horse stalls make possible accommodating the needs of different size horses or ponies. The ship-lap boards that Kramer Konstruction uses in the tack room looks great and are very durable. This good-looking tack room is also spacious which allows for plenty of storage for all the equipment. Kramer Konstruction uses glass-board material to line the washroom which doesn't rust even when the inevitable dent or ding occurs. Most assuredly this pole building horse barn is both beautiful and comfortable for these horses!








Cupola with Weathervane
36” cupola with weathervane and directional




Horse Barn – 48’ x 96’ x 14’ with 6’ Cantilever & Posts
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Horse Barn – 48’ x 96’ x 14’ with 6’ Cantilever & Posts

Horse Barn – 48’ x 96’ x 14’ with 6’ Cantilever & Posts

Horse Barn – 48’ x 96’ x 14’ with 6’ Cantilever & Posts




This beautiful and functional pole barn is only one of the several buildings that Kramer Konstruction has built for this very satisfied customer! All the buildings that have been built for this customer are located in Oxford, Talbot County, Maryland. This animal-friendly pole building is home to horses and cattle alike. The various size Cross-Buck doors and slider doors make entering and exiting easy, even for the large pieces of equipment needed on a functioning farm.







The gable lean-to, and the eave lean-to and the 6’ cantilever all provide additional space for storage equipment as well as protection from rain and sun for the animals. The steeper than normal roof pitch provides room in the trusses for additional storage; hay, light-weight equipment or any other items that need to be stored are kept there. On a working farm such as this, the wainscot adds practicality, not just the obvious aesthetics. If a piece of the side metal gets kicked or dinged, it is easier to replace a 3’ section than an entire piece of side metal. The cupolas and weathervane add the finishing touches to this very functional and great-looking equestrian building.






Run-in-Shed with Hay Storage – 36’ x 60’ x 10’
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Run-in-Shed with Hay Storage – 36’ x 60’ x 10’

Run-in-Shed with Hay Storage – 36’ x 60’ x 10’




This run-in shed is one of the several building projects that Kramer Konstruction has done for this customer who is located in Oxford, Talbot County, Maryland. Horses, cattle, sheep, and goats alike will enjoy the protection from the elements that this run-in pole shed provides. The two color side metal (called wainscot) on the gable ends looks great, but it also is practical. When a piece of the side metal gets the inevitable ding or dent, it is easier to replace a 3’ section than an entire piece of side metal. The cupola and weathervane add the final touch of class!






Horse Barn with Hay Storage & Stalls – 24’ x 32’ x 10’
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Horse Barn with Hay Storage & Stalls – 24’ x 32’ 10’

Horse Barn with Hay Storage & Stalls – 24’ x 32’ 10’

Horse Barn with Hay Storage & Stalls – 24’ x 32’ 10’




This horse barn is located in Mechanicsburg, York County, Pennsylvania. The horse barns and stalls were custom designed by Kramer Konstruction for our customer to meet their specific needs and budget. On one eave side there are three wooden cross-buck doors, which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. The lean-to over top the cross-buck doors provides safety from the elements for both humans and animals. The other eave side houses a slider door that allows for easy access to farm equipment, with the stalls and hay storage located atop the stalls. The ventilation cross-buck door in the upper gable provides easy access to the hay storage area in the steeper pitch attic area. What more could you ask for – aesthetics, affordability, and above all functionality!



Run-in-Shed or Animal Shelter – 40’ x 52’ x 12’
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Run-in-Shed or Animal Shelter – 40’ x 52’ x 12’

Run-in-Shed or Animal Shelter – 40’ x 52’ x 12’




This is the pavilion with something extra! That "something extra" is one wall closed in with metal siding on the outside and treated plywood kickboard on the inside. The enclosed wall provides protection for the animals from the blowing wind, rain and snow. This pole building pavilion is located in Felton, Kent County, Delaware, and is only one of the buildings that Kramer Konstruction has building for this customer.









Horse Barn – 36’ x 56’ x 10’ with 48’ Lean-to
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Horse Barn – 36’ x 56’ x 10’

Horse Barn – 36’ x 56’ x 10’

Horse Barn – 36’ x 56’ x 10’




This handsome equestrian style building is located in Milton, Sussex County, Delaware. The Cross-Buck doors provide easy access into and out of the pole barn while the lean-to provides cover from the elements while entering or leaving the pole barn. The large single slider doors on both gable ends are perfect, allowing easy access for larger items to be taken in or out of the building. The 12-lite window on the one slider door allows natural light into the pole barn. The small gable door in the attic area provides an opening for access to the storage area as well as enhances ventilation in the building. The cupola and weathervane add the finishing touches! Handsome and functional – what a combo!




Combination Run-in Shed and Storage Building – 30’ x 40’ x 10’
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Combination Run-in Shed and Storage Building
The multi-purpose run-in shed makes available both the shelter needed for your animals and the storage area for whatever you need to care for the animals. This versatile pole shed is located in Greensboro, Maryland, and is both affordable and pleasing to the eye.





Combination Horse Barn and Kennel – 36’ x 60’ x 10’
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Combination Horse Barn and Kennel – 36’ x 60’ x 10’

Combination Horse Barn and Kennel – 36’ x 60’ x 10’




Animal lovers and caretakers should check out this well-equipped pole barn. One side of the pole barn has horse stalls and the other side of the pole barn has openings for a kennel in which to care for other, smaller animals. Located in Milford, Kent County, Delaware, this pole barn is equipped with skylights in the roof which allow for natural light to come in and thereby helps to reduce electrical costs. Whether caring for your own animals or taking care of someone else's animals, this versatile pole building provides the means to do it!


















Equestrian Buildings: We want to help you get the pole barn building that fits your needs. If you are looking to build in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania, be sure to call us before you sign!



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