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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 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
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 …
Riding arenas commonly have problems with excessive dust—particularly when indoors. Horse arena dust control is crucial for the health and performance of your horses and riders. Dust can irritate the eyes, nose, and lungs, causing breathing problems and other health risks. With know-how and determination, dust can be minimized through continual maintenance and dust control …
Refurbishing an outdoor horse arena can be stressful. Building a brand new arena is a much bigger project with extensive financial commitments. There are many factors to consider, such as budget, size, practice, and materials. Whether you are starting at square one or upgrading your arena, the first step is knowing how to begin the …
As with any equine arena, having the ideal footing in a dressage arena is critical for both horse and rider performance. Installing and maintaining the proper footing can boost performance and confidence in dressage riders and their equine partners to perform to the best of their ability. Knowing what the ideal dressage footing is and …
With any horse arena, one of the most critical elements is the footing. The type, quality, and ratio of the materials you use can determine your arena’s quality. Whether it be an indoor or outdoor arena, you should choose high-quality footing materials and diligently maintain them. What Should a Good Footing Do? The best footing …
Properly designing and building your horse riding arena requires significant planning and unique designs. While the initial construction is essential, consistent arena maintenance is just as crucial for keeping your horses and riders safe and satisfied. This post will provide some advice concerning arena equipment and general maintenance tips for your arena. Every horse arena …
Whether your arena is indoors or outdoors, the footing you choose will affect horse performance. Understanding how your horse moves, being knowledgeable about surface properties, and selecting the proper footing for your horse will impact their health and execution. The Properties of Footing Surface properties can have a significant effect on your horse. No matter …
Whether you are looking into building an arena or merely maintaining one, there are several things to consider that can impact your horse, horse trainer, and rider’s safety. Your arena consists of layers that can create a safe and enjoyable riding experience when combined correctly. Some of the factors that can impact an arena to …
Understanding equestrian biomechanics is understanding the biological movements that contribute to the riding process. The act of riding a horse is challenging and unnatural for both the horse and rider. The sport itself demands a great deal from both its participants, bringing to light questions regarding the most effective methods of training, riding, and how …
Horse pens are a valuable training tool for many equestrians, allowing for a smaller space to work with your horse when an arena is too large to fit your needs. Not only does it allow for better focus, but similarly allows easier guidance of your horse with tools best used in smaller spaces, such as …