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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 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 interuptions.
FoamFooting™ is an easy to apply arena footing additive that is effective, decorative and usable for both indoor and outdoor arenas.
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 distrbute the materials, and dislodge mateials that have bonded together.
Helpful Articles on Healthier and Happier Footing
For many, reading anything about practicing yoga on an equestrian blog is going to create some confusion. Yoga might be good for the body and mind, but what does it have to do with horses? The answer to this question rests in the mats. While a relatively new material, yoga mat footing is proving a …
When we think of the perfect arena footing, we think of a top footing that clumps together easily, has a little give, and can retain just enough moisture to ward off excessive arena dust. This consistency helps cushion your horse’s movement while giving them support and much needed traction. Unfortunately, the perfect arena footing is …
No arena has the perfect footing. A constant work in progress, good equestrians regularly scan the internet for options on what to add to constantly improve their arena surface. This includes selecting materials that stabilize the sand, offer firmness, cushioning, and can serve for a multitude of riding styles. As riders, we have tried our …
Whether you have an indoor or outdoor arena, making sure your footing composition is just right keeps both you and your horse happy. However, completely revamping your arena footing can be costly with many competing materials to choose from. As equestrians ourselves, we know the importance of building a riding arena fit to your needs …
When building or modifying a horse arena, choosing the correct footing materials is one of the most important aspects. You can build a beautiful, functional indoor or outdoor arena, but if the footing is ineffective, horses and riders can get hurt. In addition to the type and quality, price is an important consideration when choosing …
The horse arena is a place where horses and riders spend a great deal of time. Many times, the horse is bored in an attached facility, meaning the air quality of the arena directly impacts the air quality your horse breathes while eating, resting, and sleeping. This closed environment creates a unique problem: sand and …
Anytime you are working on a project that involves soil, the topic that comes up time and again is how to stabilize the ground for the project ahead. More often than not, the dirt that is on-site is not ideal for the project being built. Soil that is too soft experiences problems with poor drainage …
Soil stabilization is a step taken early in the construction process in which the surface of a new road or building is reinforced to more adequately bear weight. Depending on your location and construction needs, this can be a relatively simple or involved process. Many options currently exist for stabilizing soil ranging from chemical to …
When looking for ground reinforcement, consumers are often stuck comparing several similar (but fundamentally different) materials. For reinforcing roads, slopes, and embankments, the choice usually comes down between two main support materials: Geocells and Geogrids. Both materials are part of the geotechnology category– sturdy materials developed to be placed over a subgrade and used to …
When you own a vehicle you need a place to park. For cars, this might be a driveway, for specialty vehicles like boats and RVs, this might be a dedicated location that needs to withstand sustained weight over a long period of time. Below are some questions to ask yourself when first beginning the process …