Staller is the New Airbnb for Horses
If you’re trying to rent a stall for your horse while you’re attending a clinic, competing at a show, moving cross-country, or just enjoy seeing some new country on your weekend rides, Staller may be the place for you.
Staller is the newest tool for traveling with horses.
Similar to AirBNB, Staller lets you rent out the perfect horse hotel for your horse to rest up between events or stretch their legs during long-distance hauls. Choose from hundreds of listings around the country and whether you prefer dry board or full board.
Pricing depends on the facility and services offered vary dramatically, but a quick perusal of the site tells us you’ll see anything from $9 – $200 per day. Here are two examples:
Claudia’s Barn is a barn designed for dressage and jumping horses you’ll find listed in FL at $142 per day, complete with access to sand rings, grass rings, grass paddocks, laundry and storage rooms, and large 10×10 stalls.
Eduardo’s Barn is a much more affordable option for polo ponies, and comes in at only $9 per day for a dry stall in a concrete barn complete with fly system; or select a $25 per day “Full Board” option that includes grain, hay, shavings, groom, stall cleaning and night checks.
Reserve barns, stalls or even entire ranches just about anywhere in North America. From short-term barn rentals to long-term boarding facilities, the site has offers plenty of listings for any type of horse.
It’s free to create an account and search boarding properties. When you’re ready to book, just plug in your dates and choose a barn near your destination.
If you have a property that may be a good fit for horse owners, it’s simple to list. Describe your stalls, offered amenities, set your price, then upload your barn photos. You’ll receive maximum exposure for your stable, particularly leading up to top competitions near your bran. There are no fees to set up an account and add stall listings.
When a booking is confirmed, Staller charges the Horse Boarding Facility a Service Fee, which is 8.5% of the stall rental amount. Stall rental terms and rules are set by the barn and governed by the internal agreement between the tenant and barn owner.
Pablo Jimenez Godoy and Arturo Ferrando are co-founders of Staller, an Airbnb-inspired short-term boarding app for horses.