box stall


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box stall

n.
A large enclosed stall for a single animal.

box′ stall`


n.
a room-sized stall, usu. square, for a horse or other large animal.
[1880–85, Amer.]
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Herb Blewett fell off the hayloft last Wednesday, and rolled right down through the turnip chute into the box stall, where they had a fearful wild, cross horse, and rolled right under his heels.
Partnered by Kevin Darley, the American-bred filly defied the coffin box stall one and, racing up the usually neglected stands' side, ran out a two-and-a-half-length winner from Primo Heights, who also came up the stands' side.
The box stall in the middle of Dublin's elite quarter has been put up for sale for an unbelievebale pounds 5,000 per square foot.
In order to qualify, each adopter must be at least 18 years old and have an enclosed corral with a minimum area of 400 feet (20' by 20' or larger) and a box stall of at least 144 square feet (12' by 12' or larger).
It died after being placed in a box stall at O'Flynn's stables.
By nightfall, we drove them back into the barn, the cows into their stantions or chain necklaces, the horse into his special box stall.