Usually associated with smaller schemes, the straight run of stables is the simplest form.
However, it is possible to use a straight run in larger schemes where two rows face one another or are constructed back to back.
Bear in mind that the longer the run, the more time is taken travelling from one end to the other.
- Great for plots with limited space.
- Can be designed to face each other or go back to back.
- Ideal as a start up or first scheme.