Arena Footing Archives - Performance Footing



paddock footing for horses

Best Paddock Footing for Horses

June 15, 2022

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. […]

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outdoor riding arena footing

Choosing the Right Outdoor Riding Arena Footing

June 9, 2022

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, […]

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footing for horse training facility

7 Benefits of Installing Footing for a Horse Training Facility

May 23, 2022

When horse owners and competitive riders can train and play on a stable footing surface, they’ll come galloping into your facility. Any arena that puts equestrians first wins the largest audience and can even serve them for a lifetime. This means installing dust-free, reliable horse footing they can trust. We’re going to tell you more […]

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arena footing additives

What are the Best Horse Arena Footing Additives?

January 27, 2022

You, like many equestrians, may have only just heard about footing additives. It’s easy to keep riding on your backyard arena footing and think there’s no way to improve stability. However, footing solutions make trailering your horse to a facility whenever you want to ride a thing of the past. Rubber is an option you […]

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Arena Green: Our Top Waterless Horse Footing

November 1, 2021

You may have heard all the buzz about waterless horse footing like many equestrians and are looking for a solution to save you time. Standard moisture levels for your arena require 200-600 gallons of water per day, which is expensive upkeep. Not to mention the high cost to install an irrigation system you don’t necessarily […]

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prevent tendon injuries in horses

How Do I Prevent Tendon Injuries in My Horses?

October 6, 2021

You may have heard stories of equestrians whose horses sustained critical tendon injuries and could not continue training. Riders had to allow their horses several months of rest before getting back to their daily arena sessions. Not only does this take time away from competitions you could pursue, but if you have equestrian clients, you […]

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carpet waste horse arena footing

Is Carpet Waste Horse Arena Footing Harmful?

September 17, 2021

Reliable footing is an essential aspect of your horse’s’ performance and overall health. Today, several footing options are available to the equestrian community, including the prevalent carpet waste footing. Because of the material’s incredible comfort, many horse owners have chosen to put it into their arenas. However, what many equestrians are beginning to realize is […]

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Horse Arena Footing Prices

Horse Arena Footing Prices

September 8, 2021

When building or modifying a horse arena, choosing the correct footing materials is one of the most important aspects to consider. 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, horse arena footing prices are […]

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Horse Arena Dust Control Product

Horse Arena Dust Control: Solutions for Horse Owners

August 20, 2021

Are you having problems fighting with a horse arena that constantly produces dust? While the issue frustrates you in the present, a dusty outdoor or indoor arena can also have long-term consequences, such as causing your horse lung damage and severe respiratory problems. Solutions and Products to Deal with a Dusty Arena Unfortunately, it is […]

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dressage equipment

Excellent Horse Footing is the Best Dressage Equipment

July 29, 2021

When participating in the dressage sport, competitive riders are highly aware of the right equipment to use. For example, spurs are necessary pieces to keep handy as a teaching tool for your horse if they refuse to listen to a driving calf leg. Equestrians promote tack, saddle pads, custom saddles, and other items as key […]

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