horse shed

horse shed

A rough structure having one or more open sides, once used to provide temporary shelter for horses.
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They moved from one relative's place to another and at one point lived in a place that was more like a horse shed than a house.
IT IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO BELIEVE DETROIT'S (MICHIGAN, US) PEWABIC POTTERY, NOW A National Historic Landmark, began so inauspiciously in the back of an abandoned horse shed in 1903.
39th Annual Horse Shed Fair More than 50 quality crafters and artists display and sell their work, with each donating an item for a raffle held at the end of the day; food and tours of the historic church will also be offered.
Noel Walsh has gone to war with Mayo County Council over a bill of EUR20,000 for his wind farm and horse shed in Claremorris, Co Mayo.
Some engaged in "mischief" during services while others gathered at the horse shed to discuss grain and horse prices.
On New Year's Day, the mud was so deep that as I was leading a horse to the horse shed, my boot got stuck in the mud.
AS I slipped out of the horse shed to call Herm for support and help, the buck was still standing there at the edge of the woods.
Maunu's attention turned to a small former horse shed near the pool, which until then had seemed best suited for storage.
``In January and February you have to look for a horse shed or anything totrain in because the pitches are unplayable and untrainable on.
CRAFTERS, ARTISTS and ARTISANS:can register for a space at the 39th annual Horse Shed Fair, which will be held Saturday, Oct.