Horizon Structures Sweepstakes Announcement: You Could Win A 10’x20’ Run-In Shed!

To kick off the holiday season in style this year, we’re hosting a contest both you and your horse are sure to enjoy!

The holiday season is here! Maybe you’re scrambling around trying to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list—including your horse. The second annual Horizon Structures Run-In Shed Sweeps is your chance to give your horse the ultimate gift: a free 10’x20’ run-in shed, valued at more than $3,700!

“If it were up to me, I’d have a whole farm full of Horizon Structures buildings. The run-in shed is sturdy and well-built, and I don’t have to worry about my horses. They feel safe in their shed,” said last year’s winner, Ashley Nelms.

To be eligible to win, all you have to do is fill out the simple entry form at before November 30, 2019. Ten entries will be chosen by sponsors then presented to Olympians Boyd Martin and Philip Dutton for the final selection. Check out Boyd’s thoughts on the contest HERE:

The grand prize winner will have their choice of siding: unfinished pine board and batten or painted LP Smartside and color. A cash equivalent may be made to the grand prize winner in the event they live farther than 500 miles from Atglen, PA.

“As we head into the holiday season, we thought that the best gift to give was a shelter for your horses, feed and hay, tractor and other essentials,” says Equine Network Digital Brand Coordinator Lindsay Porter. “We hope this run-in shed brings a lot of happiness and functionality to the winner! That’s what Horizon Structures is all about.”

For information on how to enter and the official rules, please visit No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older and a current U.S. resident to enter and win.






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