The horse barns sold by Miller’s Storage Buildings were designed exclusively for Miller’s in early 2006. Working in close collaboration with the staff and patrons of the nationally renowned Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, VA, we set out to create a series of compact, economical barns that meet the standards of discriminating equine professionals.
The very first Virginia Line Barn is now the permanent home of the Virginia Horse Center’s mounted security patrol. It offers a superb example of what makes this particular line of barns such an exceptional value.
For three months, two-stall compact barns were on display at the Virginia Horse Center. Hundreds of horse lovers responded to a survey with comments and suggestions for improvements.
3 Stall Horse Stable
The most common suggestion had to do with creating a ceiling-height divider between the stalls to keep horses from nipping each other. That’s why every Virginia Line Barn includes a partition topped by a steel grill.
Another common suggestion was the elimination of all rough-cut edges. All exposed edges in Virginia Line Barns are hand-routered to prevent splintering.
Another more common sense difference you’ll notice about Virginia Line Barns: Horses are easier to handle because there are no square corners.
For price, quality and common sense design, absolutely nothing else on the market today compares to a Virginia Line Barn from Miller’s Storage Buildings.