Archive for the ‘Foaling season’ Category


Broodmare Stall Tips

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

If you intend on breeding any of your horses or maybe have some borders that have bred horses, it really is important that you have a broodmare stall available at your barn. I’ve had some customers just open a partition between two stalls to create one big stall, or they put a big stall in […]

No Foam Compaction, Ever!

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

I’ve had a few questions lately on how our foam does over time. So I thought this would be the perfect topic for this week’s blog. My favorite thing about my job is catching up with old customers of ours. It’s usually a call or sometimes they’ll return an email describing how much their horse […]

Add SuperStall Mattresses to Your Dream Barn

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Everyone loves to plan their dream barn. Like what the doors will look like, if it will have a cupola, or what stall doors they want installed. Doing a lot of research before going straight to building this dream barn is always ideal too. So of course I get lots of emails about horse stalls. One […]

10 Most Popular Posts on Carolyn’s Footing and Bedding Blog

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Over a year ago, I wrote my first post introducing myself as part owner of IGK Equestrian.  I created this blog so I could address some of the main challenges associated with arena footing and stall bedding and share success stories from people who have used the products. I’ve covered topics ranging from dust control […]

Should You Cut Back On Hay Bedding?

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Are you using hay in your stalls? According to an article in The Horse, dust particles, mold spores and fibrous plant materials found in hay can cause severe respiration irritation when inhaled by horses. Together, these irritants can result in shortness of breath, coughing and other symptoms which can impact training and exercise. In addition, […]