PROVIDING STABILITY WHERE YOU NEED IT THE MOST
STABLE. PROVEN. SAFE.
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 trusted textile and fiber arena footing by GGT 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
No matter what the size of your horse arena looks like, maintaining a stable footing is essential to the well-being of your animals and the overall success of your operation. One of the most crucial aspects of arena footing care is establishing consistent watering systems that keep your arena surface moist and firmly packed in …
You’ve decided that you are ready to make the jump and develop a new horse arena on your property. Now you have to decide how to go about developing and building your new arena. Should you hire horse arena builders to actually construct your new facility? Are there contractors that can carry the horse arena …
In equestrian arenas of all sizes, the drainage plays a crucial role in determining the arena quality. No matter how great your footing composition or area layout, poor drainage can ruin your arena. A proper and effective drainage system is what will allow you to maintain the integrity of the arena base and ensure quality …
Whether you’re a seasoned equine business owner or you’re just beginning your journey with horse ownership, it’s no secret that the expenses required to run a successful operation can add up fast. Now, thanks to newly revamped equine tax law, you don’t have to suffer through another tax season with minimal write-offs and even more …
When developing and maintaining a horse arena, you have to balance so much. Initial cost, maintenance expenses, time requirements for repairs and maintenance, and the overall quality of the arena surface are all critical factors that are often at odds with each other. Regardless of your arena size and whether it’s indoor or outdoor, watering …
For a horse to deliver peak performance at horse shows, a well-maintained horse arena is essential. Ideally, arenas provide horses with the right amount of cushion, good traction, and minimal dust. Apt maintenance of a horse arena requires consistency and the right equipment, especially if it’s a jumping or dressage arena. The base of a …
The worst part about pasture turnouts for horse owners is fighting the constant mud struggle. Rainy seasons and springtime can quickly create mud pits in high-traffic areas, harming the living environment for your horses. For example, mud pits are ideal areas for bacteria and fungi to grow, which can lead to mud fever and thrush. …
Jumpers deserve top-of-the-line horse footing products when they enter your facility. As niche competitors, they require a specific riding surface that supports athletic horse movements and prevents injuries. As a discipline, jumping requires equestrians to practice on the same footing they’ll use in horse shows. That way, animals can acclimate to the cushion and firmness …
Outdoor arenas are a worthwhile investment that span 10 to 20 years. In the end, they’ll produce far more revenue than the money you put into building them. However, you must choose the right horse footing to get this kind of success, attracting competitive and casual owners alike. Niche riders, including dressage, jumping, and hunting, …
Building a dressage facility can be daunting if you’re unfamiliar with the sport. Competition horses and riders must face off on a specific arena size. Usually, equestrians train their horses on the same dimensions to have an edge during competition. However, some dressage champions have different opinions and may even practice in smaller facilities. We’ll …