Archive for the ‘Outdoor Arena’ Category


Deep Sand in Your Horse Arena

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Have ever tried to run on the beach? Not on the wet sand near the water, but in the dry, deeper sand? You have to struggle just to walk through it; running is even harder! Horses struggle just as much through deep sand. Having deep sand in your horse arena can be potentially dangerous for […]

Do Your Research Before You Build!

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

Researching horse arenas is your very first step in building one. And then do more research; and then even more. I always suggest looking at forums, such as Chronofhorse.com and seeing what problems others are having with their arenas, and see what they did wrong or how they fixed it. It’s important to be aware […]

Footing for an Outdoor Arena

Monday, January 18th, 2016

I don’t know about you but I am definitely missing riding in the outdoor arena. Riding in the indoor of course is nice, but there is nothing like riding outside in the fresh air with a great view. Finding the correct footing for an outdoor arena can be tough at times; here are a few […]

Breaking Down the Recipe of our Footing

Monday, October 5th, 2015

We get many questions about what our footing is made up of so I thought I would take a few minutes and explain the components of our footing and why we use such components. Each of our footings has their own special formula. (I’m not going to give you the secret recipe though, sorry!) Let’s […]

Picking Up Manure in Horse Arenas

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

We love to catch up with customers. If we are in the area of where we know an arena is installed, we always like to see if we can stop in and check out the arena. I talked to a customer the other day that has had our footing for 9 years, and still tells […]