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'Staller' Lets Users Rent Stalls for Horses During Competitions

 - Nov 8, 2016
References: stallerapp & mashable
Staller is a new app that brands itself as the "Airbnb for horses." Like people, horses need places to stay when they travel, and Staller gives horse owners a tool for securing that space with far less hassle than before.

If it seems odd to think of horses as travelers, consider why people usually own horses. Though the animals are sometimes owned purely for the pleasure of riding, more often than not people also use horses for some kind of competition -- be it show jumping, polo, dressage, rodeos or racing. When taking a horse to a competition, that horse will need a nearby stall for a short period of time, much like a human on a vacation. That's where Staller comes in.

Staller lets horse owners enter the location of their event and it brings up all the nearby available stalls. Users can then book a stall directly through the site.