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Our footing products make your equestrian, commercial, residential and industrial environments stable, safe and enjoyable.
We offer pricing, shipping and finance options to meet your financial needs.
Our products have been tested in a variety of environmental conditions around the world.
A heavy rainstorm can wipeout a driveway, path, arena, or parking pad. A collapsible geo-cell (normally a roadway or military additive) can solve this problem. For areas with poor or unstable soil, BaseCore™ eliminates further erosion and allows for immediate foot, vehicle or horse mobility, giving you peace of mind.
Geotextile fabric is a landscape fabric that provides ground stabilization and prevents weeds, mildew, freezing and thawing resistance and rot. Because it is lighter, less expensive, and thinner than layers of gravel, it makes financial and environmental sense to use it around your barn, stables and arenas.
Arena Dust Prevention
Having an arena that it too dusty presents a unique combination of challenges to an equestrian. Not only does it create a messy arena, the added dust poses a health problem to both you and your horse.
DustHalt is a product developed to provide a safe, effective, and low-maintenance form of dust control to protect the health and happiness of horses and riders alike.
Stable footing increases your riding enjoyment and reduces the annoying distractions of dust, special grooming equipment and constant watering, among other interruptions.
We have great options for footing including the easy to apply and maintain FoamFooting™ or the 100% innovative natural footing alternatives like Noviun fiber footing and the revolutionary waterless footing ArenaGreen.
Arena Drags & Groomers
With regular usage, your arena can become uneven, creating a potentially hazardous surface. The footing will become depressed in the areas where the horses run and jump more frequently. This will cause your horse to underperform, or worse, cause injury.
With a drag, you can evenly distribute the materials, and dislodge materials that have bonded together.
Helpful Articles on Healthier and Happier Footing
How to Read a Sand Sieve Analysis
Anytime you are working with sand or rocks, it is important to know how to read a sand sieve. One of the most common ways to do this is with a process called sand sieve analysis. Here, we will explain what sieve analysis is and provide a guide for performing and reading a sand sieve …
Applying Geotextile in Arenas and Paddocks
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The Tools You Need to Manage Your Horse Stalls
Managing horse stalls can be time-consuming, especially if you are not equipped with the right tools. In this article, we will take a look at some of the essential items every horse owner should keep in the stable to maintain a clean living space for your majestic animals. Horse Stall Necessities Taking care of your …
A Guide to Erosion Control in Pastures
Soil erosion occurs when the top layer of soil is swept away from the land by weather such as wind or rainfall. This natural process can be amplified in pastures when land is overly exposed or stressed, or if your pasture is located in an area that experiences frequent rainstorms. When soil is carried off-site …
What are the Best Arena Grooming Patterns?
A well-groomed arena is a crucial part of maintaining your horse’s health and safety by eliminating inconsistencies, keeping materials mixed, and building confidence in your horses. Because of this, your arena maintenance schedule should include dragging the footing. In this article, we will discuss different ways to drag an arena by looking at the three …
How to Evaluate Arena Footing
The task of evaluating your arena’s footing may seem like a daunting one. These short and simple steps can help ensure a healthier arena, or potentially alert you of a need to switch footing material and composition. Luckily, we’re here to walk you through a few of the simple ways you can keep an eye …
How to Build a Horse Pasture
Building a productive pasture is a great way to ensure healthy and happy horses. We’re here to help break down the ins and outs of designing your perfect pasture. Pasture Planning Planning your pasture is an important first step, there are lots of things to consider and research to conduct before beginning work. Environmental Concerns …
How to Divide Your Pasture for Easy Upkeep
Are you looking for ways to improve the upkeep of your pasture? Horses tend to be selective about the forage they will eat. You may begin to see weeds overtake the desirable forage if your horses tend to repeatedly return to the same sections for grazing. Dividing your pasture into smaller paddocks is a great …
2022 Guide: How to Fix Muddy Paddocks
Depending on your geographic location, mud problems are sure to happen when the weather changes and the amount of rain increases at certain times of the year. Not only is mud a pain to deal with, but it is also a great source of injuries and many problems related to your horse’s health. Walking around …
What is the Standard Dressage Arena Layout?
Understanding the layout of a standard dressage arena is essential for being prepared to perform at dressage competitions with your horse. Practicing in a dressage arena for dressage tests is even more crucial for receiving high marks. If you want to set up a dressage arena, it is a simple process that does not require …