Starbox

Starbox is a unique type of temporary stabling which are automatic and fast to erect due to the Starbox patented system.

The Starbox is delivered to its location as flat pack modules of four stalls, and assembly of which is simple and very rapid. An unbelievable 192 boxes can be assembled in just over two hours. They are made of very robust highly resistant polypropylene plastic panels meeting the FEI standards. With spacious stalls of 3m x 3m in size with a 40cm overhang, and with their generous roofing system, our Starbox Stables offer excellent ventilation!

Each stall has a large modern door of 1.10-metre width with a rounded top frame for ease of access. The door securely closes with the aid of a top spring-loaded bolt and a lower kick bolt. The Starbox door is also available with an anti weave grill.

Why Choose Cheval Starbox Temporary Stabling?

  • Assembled in minutes from a ‘flat-pack’
  •  Flexible side panels and roof are strong enough to accommodate horses safely, yet keep the weight to a minimum for easy handling
  •  Roof material 660g/sq. metre
  •  Galvanised steel framework for maximum durability
  •  Doors pre-mounted in frames with hinges and spring bolts
  •  ‘V’ grill doors available as an option
  •  Can be set up inline or back to back
  •  Stall dimensions 3x3m

Working with Equestrian Events

Cheval Starbox UK, building long-term relationships with equestrian events since 2005!

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FAQ's

Do I need planning permission for a stable?

The need for planning permission for stables will depend on whether the stables fit within the permitted development criteria of your local area. You may need to contact your local planning authority (LPA).

REASONS YOU MAY REQUIRE PLANNING PERMISSION FOR STABLES

  • Stables are being built outside the curtilage of the garden, meaning the land immediately surrounding it.
  • The stables require footings, such as foundations or a concrete slab.
  • Building a new infrastructure for stabling such as an American Barn.
  • Making a major change to your building, eg building an extension.
  • Change the use of your building.
  • To use land and/or buildings for keeping horses for recreational or commercial purposes.

Read more in our blog post: Do I Need Planning Permission For Stables?

Does my horse need a stable?

A well-constructed and maintained stable can offer your horse a place of safety that it finds comforting as well as protection from the weather.  It also enables you more control of your horses’ diet and their environment. Ultimately the requirement for a stable depends on the preferences and needs of your horse. Read more in our blog post here.

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