How much do steel equestrian stables cost?

Steel stables are today’s durable alternative to a standard wooden pole barn or wooden equestrian stables. The benefits of buying steel stables rather than building a wooden horse barn are lower construction material costs, shorter construction time, durability for years to come (steel doesn’t warp and weather like wood and requires little maintenance), and up to 40% lower insurance costs. Our buyers purchased equestrian stables at prices ranging from $2,500 to $15,000. You can scroll down to see more prices below.

equestrian stable

Today’s steel stables are anything but an eyesore — vinyl or wood siding, roof shingles, or even colored metal panels make it easy for the building to compliment the landscape and surrounding agricultural buildings. Steel equestrian stables can also be easily expanded if you decide to add more horse stalls or storage space in the future.

Several major steel building suppliers offer prefabricated horse barns that you can erect on your own or with the help of a contractor; some suppliers will even erect the building for you on your property.

Prices other people paid for steel stables

What they were looking for: “Intend to use the barn as a mother in law suite in the front half and a garage in the back half. Would need five windows.”
Price paid: “$15,000. All metal horse barn shaped building 25×50 with one 10×8 roll up door, two metal walk doors, and 4 windows. Bright red with galvanized roof.”

-Buyer from Winfield, AL

What they were looking for: “I need storage space and I need it within the next 6 mos.”
Price paid: “I received a 12×16 horse barn, completely shingled. A loft was included on one side of the building. I paid $2640.00 for my shed and it was from a local builder who I have found to be very reliable.”

-Buyer from Los Lunas, NM

What others are looking for

This is an equestrian arena and stable. The arena should be 100×300. There should be room for 20 horse stalls on either side. We want an upside down t-shape building whereas the long part of the t is the area and the 2 sides of the T are for stable, storage, viewing area, tack rooms, bathrooms, etc…We will also be looking for a second facility to house another 40 horses but without an arena. This building would be approximately 32′ wide x 260″long x 15′ high with 4 doors – window in each stall. The best price for quality and completeness will be given this project.
-Whitehouse Station, NJ

The front 25′ of the building I want to use/make into living area; the remainder of the building is for vehicle garage & steel horse stables/storage. I would like to have an upstairs on the living area too.
-Phenix City, AL

The building will be used as horse stables for a non-profit organization.
-Tampa, FL

I am looking for price quotes on steel stables. I would want concrete walkways with dirt/clay floors for the horse stables.
-Norwalk, IA

This building will be used for metal horse stables, hay storage, equipment storage and mechanic shop. Not sure on size may have to be larger. If you have any plans of a horse barn and shop combination I would like to see them.
-Middleton, TN

I need a roof only no side walls required. Will use for outside stable for horse shows.
-Lake Geneva, Wi