Horse Stall Mats - Interlocking Rubber, 4x6 Mats & Kits

Horse stall mats can be a great investment for your barn.

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Horse stall mats can be a great investment for your barn.

Getting Started with Horse Stall Mats

Horse stall mats can be a great investment for your barn. Stall mats are designed to provide comfort, traction, and durability to horses and humans. They're engineered to ensure that horses remains safe and comfortable in their stalls and any other space where horse mats can be used.

These mats are designed primarily for stalls, but you could also lay them down in wash bays, aisles, and even trailers. Basically, anywhere you want to ensure your horse has a solid footing, and protection from cold or dampness, and a bit of cushion under their foot.

They provide shock absorption, reducing slips and offering a comfortable surface for your horses. They also help to keep bedding separate from sand or dirt, reducing waste and saving you money.

Types of Horse Stall Mats

Greatmats offers horse stall mats in a range of thicknesses and coverage sizes, allowing you to match the size of the desired layout and the planned use case to the model of flooring you select.

Horse barn mats are ideal for placing inside a horse stall, as they provide a comfortable place for the animal to rest. Rubber stable or barn floor mats provide traction in wet conditions, too, which is perfect in an equine wash bay.

Stall Mat Sizes and Thicknesses

When you need a certain coverage size, we have products to meet your needs, all the way up to 12x24 feet.

Rubber mats typically range from 1/4 inches to 1 inch in thickness. Thicker rubber weighs more and costs more than thinner rubber, but it also supports more weight, such as from a horse or in an area where you will be using barbells with large weight plates.

Kits or Single Stall Mats

We offer interlocking mats that work to cover the entire equine stall. These kits have a pre-configured size that’s ideal for larger spaces. We offer a variety of horse stall kits in standard dimensions like 12x12 and 16x16. If you have custom stall dimensions, we can also provide kits tailored to fit your specific needs.

We also offer smaller single straight-edge mats that work underneath an exercise bike or for a weightlifting area. Our mats are made in the USA and come with a 5-10-year limited manufacturer warranty, ensuring their durability and value.

Popular Kit Sizes

10x10 Ft Kit Size
10x12 Ft Kit Size

Installation Options

These rubber mats are typically about 4 lbs per SF of material at 3/4 inches thick, so the mats are a tad heavy (because of the durable material), with a bit of muscle and some cutting, you'll have them installed in no time. Ensure that your grade is level, lay them out, and interlock them like puzzle pieces.

Straight edge mats are simply butted up against each other, while interlocking mats are form fit together, which can eliminate the typical seems with straight edge mats. Interlocking kits can reduce the need for any cutting if the stalls are standard sizes. Install can occur over various surfaces like concrete or crushed stone.

Our mats are made in the USA and come with a 5-10-year limited manufacturer warranty, ensuring their durability and value.

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Rubber or Portable Foam Horse Stall Mats

Because rubber stall mats are extremely heavy, some people prefer a lighter option for transporting the mats for a horse show.

We offer interlocking EVA foam horse mats that are ideal for temporary usage in a situation where you need a quick setup. Stick with rubber mats for a permanent installation, though.

Can you use horse stall mats for home gyms?

Rubber interlocking stall mats are an excellent choice for creating a safe space in a home gym. These have the thickness to protect the subfloor from dropped free weights or from heavy exercise equipment. They also cut down on noise from the machines.

How do you cut rubber mats for horse stalls?

Cutting rubber horse stall mats requires some patience. Lay the horse stall mat across a 2x4 at the line you want to cut. Then make a series of shallow cuts with a utility knife, allowing the rubber to pull apart along the cut line.

What are the best economical choices for horse mats?

Interlocking horse stall mats that are thinner than average, such as 1/2 inches or 3/8 inches, will cost less than 3/4-inch thick rubber stall mats for horses. However, the thinner material supports less weight than thicker options.

We hope this information helps you make an informed decision about horse stall mats. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please contact our knowledgeable service team.