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Horse Stall Mats, Stall Mats, 4x6 Rubber Horse Mats, Horse Matting

Greatmats offers in-stock horse mats and rubber stall mat products for barns and equine farms from factories in the USA. Our recycled rubber stall mats for sale are great for stable floors, aisleways, trailers, wash bays, and equestrian outdoor spaces.

Our durable 3/4-inch horse stall matting is commonly sold in 4-by-6-foot measurements. It’s rated for 20-plus years of use in equestrian installations.


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Rubber horse stall mats, Stall mats 4x6, Rubber equine mats, Interlocking horse mat kits


Greatmats offers in-stock horse mats and rubber stall mat products for barns and equine farms from factories in the USA. Our recycled rubber stall mats for sale are great for stable floors, aisleways, trailers, wash bays, and equestrian outdoor spaces.

Our durable 3/4-inch horse stall matting is commonly sold in 4-by-6-foot measurements. It’s rated for 20-plus years of use in equestrian installations.



Top 7 Tips on How to Find the Best Type of Horse Stall Mats
  1. Measure the size of your stall.
  2. Consider the horse stall mat budget for your project.
  3. Match the correct stall mat thickness to the type of application.
  4. Review the options for indoor and outdoor use, as well as wet versus dry flooring options.
  5. Consider whether an interlocking stall mat or a straight edge mat will be best for your intended use.
  6. Decide whether DIY matting cutting is an option or if a ready made kit would better fit the plan and budget.


How to Resize Animal Mats
  1. Mark the cuts with a pen or marker.
  2. Place a 2x4 inch board underneath the cutting lines, so that once scoring cuts are made, half the piece will hang off of the board.
  3. Use a straight edge brace for a successful cut.
  4. Make repeated shallow scores along the edge with a sharp utility knife. Allow gravity to pull open the cut as it folds over the 2x4.
  5. Continue with the process until slicing completely through.
  6. Making smaller, repeated cuts while slowly moving along the length of the mat works better.


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