Rubber & Interlocking Horse Stall, Equine & Barn Mats

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Horse Stall Mats Options

Our products consist of heavy duty, premium materials. Our tiles easily outperform one piece horse stall mats or 10x10 horse stall mats sold by our competitors.

Shop our large selection of kits, which greatly outperform interlocking stall mats Tractor Supply or Rural King will advertise. We also have wash stall flooring and rolls as well as subflooring veterinarians can employ.

Compare different horse mat usage plans and ideas. Learn about experiences others have had, why they like their interlocking stall mats for horses, and more.

Greatmats offers this extensive rubber stall mats for sale resource to help our customers find the right items, and we provide information to help after the purchase. This includes tips to install, maintain, and much more.

They can instantly transform the usage plan at any equine facility, whether used indoors or outdoors. Upgrade existing stall floors to an aesthetically pleasing space.

They yield a durable, comfortable, and insulated layer for mares and colts to stand on. This shock absorbent solution works perfectly in barns and aisle ways.

We have custom and high end horse matting that delivers performance, value, and durability. It prevents animals from digging at bare dirt and mixing up the bedding. The area then remains easier to clean.

And when preparing for shows, it’s difficult to keep a freshly bathed animal clean on a sand or clay base. Bare concrete leads to sore joints. Our tiling for horse stalls is designed to instantly create softer, forgiving surfaces.

Despite the need for an initial investment, eventually it pays for itself. Less bedding is needed. It also saves time on cleaning, which amounts to lower labor costs. The animal remains healthier too.

Interlocking Horse Stall Mats

Our interlock rubber horse stall mats are manufactured with water jet cut edges. They connect similarly to a puzzle. The tight seams help to prevent debris from sticking between them.

They connect together to form a hidden seam look. They thwart those that like to paw, because they will not separate.

Order custom sized kits to fit a specific coverage need. With exact dimensions, no cutting is needed to install. It arrives with a clearly labeled diagram for easy assembly.
non-slip product is a safe and practical addition for bathing areas. The button top texture maximizes traction, helping to prevent slips even if wet.

Premade layouts with textured surfaces include 10x10 ft, 10x12 ft, and 12x12 ft of coverage area. Installing the pieces goes fast.

Durable super density foam portable stall mats are a smart choice when traveling. They fit trailers, staging areas, show arenas, and show barns. 

Portable interlocking mats are 2x2 feet in size. Because of their lightweight nature and puzzle style edges, transportation is easy. Each one only weighs about 2 pounds.

Our quality on-the-go horse trailer mats consist of a high density EVA material. They feature a pebble top surface texture.

Use them in the bottom of a trailer. Afterward, pull them out and lay them down again in the temporary staging area at shows. Each piece ships with two border strips to finish the look.

Our premium paver tiles offer an eye catching design and finish. The paving sections are available in various colors. They are perfect for any outdoor walkway or aisle.

They are 30 mm thick and sized 2-by-2 feet. They are shock absorbing, creating a comfortable space. Pavers are designed for heavier traffic that is common in an equestrian facility. They improve traction, while also simplifying the cleaning process.

These great for horse barn mats are made from recycled rubber, which helps show ponies and handlers resist fatigue. A grooming location will receive frequent traffic. The paver design is a great way to resist excessive wear on the subfloor.

They provide both traction and a forgiving, safer surface, so they're frequently used throughout as barn flooring. Lay them atop a cement or asphalt floor. Alternatively, put them atop dirt walkways to reduce dust and maintenance.

They mimic the appearance of brick and are popular for outdoor walkways. They create a professional and clean finish. They’re safer and longer lasting than brick.

Other Mat for Horse Uses

When housing foals, having a spot specifically designed for foal safety is a must. Foaling surfaces work beautifully for newborns. They can be employed for a mare or foal recovering from an injury too.

They feature a waffle pattern on the bottom, which increases cushion and comfort. This unique pattern helps to minimize fatigue from standing, creating a safe and soft surface for foals. Both pre-made kit sizes and custom sizes are available in the waffle bottom products.

Foam tiling works best over concrete. It will instantly improve the look of any barn. If using a base such as crushed stone or aggregate, make sure it is well compacted and level. For irregularly shaped spaces, specially made designs will accommodate all spaces. DIY onsite cutting is another option.

For a stallion that is a habitual kicker, consider attaching padding to the lower walls. The foam will soften impact to both protect the stallion from injury and the walls from damage. It dulls the sound of a kicker, creating a more enjoyable experience for everyone. They can be installed directly atop hard, flat wall materials, such as concrete or wood.

FAQ Horse Stall Mats Q&A

How thick should horse stall mats be?

Typically, 3/4 inches is the industry standard, but an option up to 2 inches is available. Think about the amount of weight desired in the products. The thicker the rubbery materials will be, the heavier and trickier to move into place they will be. On the other hand, a heavy base will make it tough for a rambunctious stallion to move the pads, which is important in certain cases.

Is a rubber floor mat good for horses and other animals?

The material provides just the right amount of cushioning for all types of animals. Whether they’re standing or lying down, they’ll have a cushioned feel that’s easy on their joints. These tiles give insulation against a cold subfloor too.

Will horse mats work for home gyms and gym flooring?

They work nicely in gyms, including commercial gymnasiums or a workout space in a house. They yield cushioning for tough aerobic workouts. A gym mat can support the weight of heavy exercise equipment or free weights, keeping the subfloor free from damage. 5x7 horse stall mats for home gym use have an ideal price point and durability level too.

How do you get the smell out of a horse stall mat?

New rubberized matting will have a slight odor in enclosed spaces, almost like a new car smell. You could alleviate these odors in a few different ways, including:

  1. Applying a neutral pH cleaner
  2. Ventilate the areas after the installations occur
  3. Drape them across a fence or sawhorse and expose them to airflow and sunlight for a few days before installing
  4. Be patient, as the smell will lessen over time

How much are horse stall mats?

They provide a great value, as they will last a long time and will stand up to repeated use. Various coverage sizes are offered, allowing for the perfect choice for all budget or square footage needs. Expect to pay roughly $1.50 to $2.50 per square foot, depending on the thickness of the product.

Top 7 Tips on Finding the Best Rubber Stall Mat

  1. Measure the size of the stable.
  2. Consider the budget for the project.
  3. Match the correct thickness to the type of application.
  4. Review the options for indoor and outdoor use, as well as wet versus dry options.
  5. Consider whether a puzzle or flat edge will be best for the intended use.
  6. Decide if using a knife on the DIY matting is an option to create the proper fit, or if a ready-made kit would better match the plan and budget.

Cut and 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 score.
  4. Make repeated shallow scores along the edge with a sharp utility knife. Allow gravity to pull open the slice as it drapes over the 2x4.
  5. Continue with the process until slicing completely through.
  6. Making smaller, repeated cuts, while slowly moving along the length, works better.