A nice wash rack can really enhance your barn – it offers a better experience for the horse and rider. Growing up I simply tied my horses and ponies to a hitching post in front of the barn for bath time, it was on the grass. It wouldn’t take long until the grass was turning into a muddy mess.
Above, a beautiful indoor wash rack with brick offers rubber mats, appropriate drainage, and rubber on the sides (photo source).
Consider the climate when you are deciding on building a wash rack indoors or out. This stall for grooming or washing offers ample storage too. The rest of the barn by B & D Builders is gorgeous.
A Florida climate is perfect for simple wash racks with pavers, the racks match the barn and offer something cohesive look. See the rest of this luxurious property in Wellington on Horses & Heels.
This large wash stall is part of a stunning three stall barn, it offers high ceilings and excellent lighting. Make sure you have ample natural light or good lighting if you plan on having an indoor wash rack.
These simple wash stalls by Lucas Equine with cross ties have match the barn’s design.
Bridlebourne Stables in Elkton, Florida have nice mats and gravel for a dust free environment.
Opt for a covered wash rack or grooming station to beat the heat. Photo by Preview First.
A spacious design and open wash rack with stone and wood is beautiful.
What does your dream wash rack look like?