Archive for the ‘Amendment’ Category


Wood Chip Arenas

Friday, June 2nd, 2017

I get many calls from many different people. People who just want to talk about horses (which is fine with me!), people who are building a brand new barn, people who are having problems with drainage, and people who want to fix their current footing with an additive. Now we don’t sell just additives, we […]

Arena Footing: It’s Not Just About Feet.

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Arena footing isn’t just about the feet—but about the horse’s entire body. Arena footing influences the entire musculoskeletal system, including bones, muscles, joints, tendons and cartilage. Choosing the right type of footing is important because some surfaces can be a potential risk factor for injuries. Tendinitis or bowed tendon is often caused as a result […]

Top 4 Signs Your Arena Footing May Need an Amendment

Monday, May 7th, 2012

The ideal arena footing would be cushioned enough for horse comfort with the right amount of traction while causing minimal dust and hoof abrasion. However, ideal conditions are not attainable without proper maintenance.  Achieving appropriate conditions in your arena may require adding an amendment to improve the riding surface for your horse. Here are some […]