Archive for the ‘Construction of Arena’ Category

Footing Depth

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Footing depth is always a tricky question. The depth of the footing really depends on what you plan on doing in your horse arena. I’ve had customers call saying they want 5 inches of footing in their arena. That’s a big no no. You don’t want to have your arena footing so deep that your […]

Finding a Contractor

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

Contractors are the manpower behind building arenas. They are the ones that can make or break an arena installation. Finding a contractor is a cruicial part to your horse ring installation. Here are a few tips when searching for a contractor to install your base and footing for your arena. Do lots of research. Who […]

Barrel Racing

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Let’s talk about barrel racing. Barrel racing is a huge sport where we are located in Central NY. I have lots of friends that race, and many times multiple days a week. If you don’t know the point of barrel racing, let me break it down for you! The horse and rider are timed for […]

Attached Arenas Create Dust in Barn

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Building or renovating a barn can be fun, but also very time consuming. You’ll want to design a barn that promotes good health for both the humans and the horses in the barn! Although building your barn with an attached arena sounds like an ideal situation, it could severely affect your horses’ health. An article […]

How Does Your Arena Handle A Rain Storm?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Don’t you hate when the weather ruins your riding schedule? The other day I was all excited to work my horse really good when Saturday came. Well Saturday came, along with a huge rainstorm; which then put the outdoor arena out of commission Sunday also. How does your arena hold up after a rainstorm? There […]